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Vistaprint Personalized Stationery and Holiday Favorites!

28 Oct

I never thought to use Vistaprint for stationery and photo gifts. I always thought the site was for businesses to print flyers, banners and cards until recently.  My daughter celebrated her 5th birthday not long ago and received a tote filled with personalized (first and middle Name) cupcake stationary from Vistaprint.  My daughter loves cupcakes and was so excited when she opened the package and saw the cupcake print with her name on it.  The tote bag had note cards with envelopes to write thank you for a the wonderful gifts she received from friends and family, cupcake envelope seals, a notebook to practice writing, and a sticky pad.  The personalized touch to the tote, notebook, stickers, and notepad would make a wonderful gift for upcoming birthday parties. Other stationery available on Vistaprint include: return address labels, mailing labels, sticky note holders, letterhead, thank you cards, pens, appointments cards, and note pads.  All you have to do is choose your favorite or use your favorite image and add a name to make a fabulous personalized gift.




With the Holidays sneaking up, Vistaprint can help you:

  • Send Holiday cheer to friends and family with a wide selection of cards.
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  • Host a Holiday celebration!
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  • Decorate your tree with Personalized Ornaments
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  • Give a personalized gift to loved ones!
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Calendars, Mugs, and iPhone Cases!
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To see all Vistaprint has to offer, visit http://www.vistaprint.com!

Disclaimer: I received samples of personalized products for the purpose of this review.  As always, all opinions expressed are my own.

Make It Personal With Melissa and Doug

22 Oct

Since the start of the school year, my daughter has made many new friends which means more birthday parties.  As we were shopping for a few upcoming parties, my girls noticed all the Christmas decorations were out and holiday toys were already on display.  Every year the Christmas season starts earlier, which is why it’s no surprise my girls have already started making their list for Santa.

We are huge Melissa and Doug fans.  Most of the gifts we give to friends and receive as presents are Melissa and Doug.  Last Christmas my girls favorite gifts were the Doctor and Veterinarian Role Play Costume Sets.  Recently, Melissa and Doug started adding personalization’s to some of their products like on the role-playing costume sets.  My girls love having personalization on their toys, backpacks, lunch boxes, you name it because they know it is theirs.  It adds an extra special touch to gifts for birthdays and holidays.

Some of our favorite Melissa and Doug products that can be personalized are:

Role play costume sets make great gifts for the holidays and for birthdays. My girls love this hair stylist costume set. They play hair dresser often. The next time they play I am going to have them come up with a name for a salon or I will use our last name so they can share.

One of our favorite gifts to give.

The magnetic chalkboard and dry erase board is at the top of my girls Holiday list. They love drawing and working on their letters. It would like to get each of them a personalized board.

I purchased the magnetic responsibility chart a while ago and use it with my older daughter. However, now that the youngest is older we need to get one for her. When there is multiple children it is great to have it personalized so they can recognize which chart is theirs.

My parents have a dog, Harley, that looks like this. My girls always ask for a dog so for the holidays I plan on getting them a “Harley” to have at home and to play Vet with in their Veterinarian costume.

Click here to see all products that can be personalized!

Disclaimer:  This was a sponsored post but did not alter my opinion. All opinions expressed are my own.  All images are from http://www.melissaanddoug.com.