Brilliant Gift-Giving Tips!

I have always believed in giving meaningful and personalized gifts. Customizing a gift for a friend or family member doesn’t always mean adding their name to it. Here are some tips from our team at Swoozie’s on brilliant holiday gift-giving and ‘adding the pizazz’ to make your gifts special.

Make your Gift Complete!
Do you have a wine-fan in your family? Pair a fun wine glass with a hand-picked bottle of wine and some cheese and crackers! Giving a picture frame as a gift? Find your favorite photograph of the two of you together and fill the frame! These finishing touches really make your gift-giving the complete package.

Create a Tradition!
One thing that makes the holiday season so special is making new traditions with your family. From decorating cookies to looking at holiday lights, it’s these little traditions that make for lifelong memories. A holiday frame is a great way to start a tradition. Whether you prefer a photo of your children on Santa’s lap or a picture of your family in front of the fireplace, take an annual photo and replace it in your holiday frame each year. Keep the photos stacked in the back of the frame so each year when you replace the photo, your family can look back and reflect on the memories of years past.

These handpainted, wooden picture frames make such an easy and meaningful gift for your loved ones this holiday season and at 12″ x 10,” they’re sure to stand out among all your seasonal decorations. This gift is perfect for any of your loved ones and qualifies for our Pre-Thanksgiving event discount! Through the end of the day, simply enter thankful20 at checkout and receive 20% off your order.

Do you have any tips on how to make your gift-giving “complete” this holiday season? We’d love to hear them!

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