35+ Graduation Gift Ideas

35+ Graduation Gift Ideas

  • Posted by: admin
  • 29 April,2018

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Graduation Season is rolling around again and finding a useful yet interesting gift for a high school graduate can be tough. So why not show them how proud you are of them with one of the gifts on our list below.  It’s a great way to celebrate and congratulate them on this milestone they are crossing.


 

 

  1. Lottery Tickets
  2. Headphones
  3. Gas Cards
  4. Grocery Cards
  5. Luggage
  6. Magazine Subscriptions
  7. Gift Card to the College Gift Store that they are attending!
  8. Concert Tickets
  9. Messenger Bag/Backpack
  10. XL Twin Sheets/Bedding
  11. $50.00 in Quarters for Laundry
  12. Tool Kits
  13. Kindle/I-pod/I-pad/Laptop
  14. Laundry Basket of needed College Items (pencils, pens, notebooks, highlighters, paper towels, toilet paper, etc.)
  15. Salon Gift Cards
  16. Oil Change Gift Certificate/Card
  17. Alarm Clock
  18. College Clothing (Hoodies, T-shirts)
  19. Power Strips
  20. Towels (personalized if you wanna be fancy)
  21. Coffee Pot/Keurig or Electric Tea Kettle
  22. Durable Coffee Cup/Water Bottle
  23. Microwave
  24. A Netflix Account
  25. Bus Pass/Metro Card if needed in a big city
  26. Great College Books like a Guide to College or Dr. Suess’s ‘The Places You’ll Go’ or How to be Thrifty.
  27. Amazon Gift Cards
  28. A Nice Watch
  29. Hygiene/Toiletry Kit
  30. Pepper Spray
  31. Full Length Mirror (for back of door)
  32. Flashlights
  33. Umbrella
  34. First Aid Kit
  35. An Experience: Maybe it’s not a thing you should give, maybe it’s something to do. Hang gliding, hot air balloon rides, sky diving, zip lining,  Nascar experience–a great idea for the thrill seekers on your list (and Groupon and other deal sites seem to offer these on a regular basis).
  36. Jewlery
  37. CASH!

 

Gift Ideas for Hard to Buy for People

Gift Ideas for Hard to Buy for People

  • Posted by: admin
  • 25 November,2017

  • 19

Do you struggle to think of gift ideas for friends or family who seem to have everything?  Don’t panic! We have come up with a great gift list for people who are hard to buy for.  You might even find a few gifts you’d like to purchase for yourself!

 

 

🎁 Donation to a charity in their name.

🎁 Theater tickets

🎁 Escape Room gift certificate

🎁 Cheese board of different cheeses and a fancy slicer

🎁 A Knife set with a Cutting Board

🎁 A Netflix Subscription

🎁 If they like Wine or Beer, get them some specialty beers or wines to enjoy.

🎁 State Park Yearly Pass

🎁 Paint/Craft/Art gift certificate

🎁 Chocolates/Candies

🎁 Car Washes/Detail to PDQ or places like that.

🎁 Candles

🎁 Smoker or Grill

🎁 Do you have a guy that may enjoy some fancy Cigars and Brandy?

🎁 Rounds of Golf at their favorite Golf Course

🎁 We live in Wisconsin and a heated blanket is always appreciated.

🎁 Think of Games they may like. Cribbage, Cards Against Humanity, Speak Out, etc..

🎁 Head to a local craft show and buy something unique and homemade

🎁 Do they have a hobby?  Get them something to further their hobby

🎁 Concert Tickets

🎁 Salon/Spa Gift Cards

🎁 Jewelry

🎁 Cookbooks

🎁 An Experience! Maybe it’s not a thing you should give but maybe something to do like zip lining, hot air balloon rides, sky diving or a nascar experience.

🎁 Lottery Tickets

🎁 Gas Gift Cards/Grocery Gift Cards/Amazon Gift Cards/Restaurant Gift Cards, etc.

🎁 Magazine Subscriptions

🎁 Technology – a Fitbit, a portable phone charger, I-Pad, Laptop, Kindle, Go-Pro or Drone…

🎁 Tickets to see a local Sports Team

🎁 Cable TV Sports Package

🎁 Movie Ticket Package to include tickets, popcorn, candy, soda

🎁 Something of the month packages.  It could be food, flowers, books, wine, almost anything you can find for this.

🎁 Do they have a favorite Sports Team? Get them apparel or something with their team logo on it.

🎁 Monogram a mug, a picture frame, towels, a blanket and so on and so forth.

🎁 Memberships to Museums, Zoo’s, YMCA’s or even the EAA

🎁 Music or Art Lessons

 

Gift Ideas for Hard to Buy For People!

Gift Ideas for Hard to Buy For People!

  • Posted by: admin
  • 19 November,2016

  • 19

Do you struggle to think of gift ideas for friends or family who seem to have everything?  Don’t panic! We have come up with a great gift list for people who are hard to buy for.  You might even find a few gifts you’d like to purchase for yourself!

 

?Donation to a charity in their name.

?Theater tickets

?Escape Room gift certificate

?Cheese board of different cheeses and a fancy slicer

?A Knife set with a Cutting Board

?A Netflix Subscription

?If they like Wine or Beer, get them some specialty beers or wines to enjoy.

?State Park Yearly Pass

?Paint/Craft/Art gift certificate

?Chocolates/Candies

?Car Washes/Detail to PDQ or places like that.

?Candles

?Smoker or Grill

?Do you have a guy that may enjoy some fancy Cigars and Brandy?

?Rounds of Golf at their favorite Golf Course

?We live in Wisconsin and a heated blanket is always appreciated.

?Think of Games they may like. Cribbage, Cards Against Humanity, Speak Out, etc..

?Head to a local craft show and buy something unique and homemade

?Do they have a hobby?  Get them something to further their hobby

?Concert Tickets

?Salon/Spa Gift Cards

?Jewelry

?Cookbooks

?An Experience! Maybe it’s not a thing you should give but maybe something to do like zip lining, hot air balloon rides, sky diving or a nascar experience.

?Lottery Tickets

?Gas Gift Cards/Grocery Gift Cards/Amazon Gift Cards/Restaurant Gift Cards, etc.

?Magazine Subscriptions

?Technology – a Fitbit, a portable phone charger, I-Pad, Laptop, Kindle, Go-Pro or Drone…

?Tickets to see a local Sports Team

?Cable TV Sports Package

?Movie Ticket Package to include tickets, popcorn, candy, soda

?Something of the month packages.  It could be food, flowers, books, wine, almost anything you can find for this.

?Do they have a favorite Sports Team? Get them apparel or something with their team logo on it.

?Monogram a mug, a picture frame, towels, a blanket and so on and so forth.

?Memberships to Museums, Zoo’s, YMCA’s or even the EAA

?Music or Art Lessons