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Sentimental Christmas gift for Grandma?

Hi everyone!

I'm looking for a sentimental gift for my Grandma. We haven't always gotten along, but ever since I moved back home, we've formed quite a bond. I want to show her how much she means to me.

I've seen a lot of personalized plaques/shirts/blankets and all, but I was wondering if anyone had a different idea in mind.

Basically, if you wanted your gift to somehow say "You mean a lot to me and I'm really glad you're my grandmother", what would you look for?

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hooloovoo_42
Nov. 30th, 2011 06:45 pm (UTC)
How much are you looking to spend? How about booking a photo session for the two of you and spend the day together. Then she can enjoy your company and will get a photo of the two of you.
sara_k_s
Nov. 30th, 2011 07:12 pm (UTC)
In my experience, many older people don't want to accumulate more stuff, so consumable or experiential gifts are good choices. You could give her a food basket with some kind of meaning (e.g., a special food you know she likes, or something that reminds her of something the two of you did together). You could give her tickets to a show, or a class you could take together. If you really want to give her a personalized object, a couple more ideas are jewelry (I've seen ads for jewelry with different birthstones representing family members) or a framed family tree.
blondebaroness
Dec. 3rd, 2011 03:01 pm (UTC)
Make a scrapbook of her old pictures. Perhaps one of her and grandpa and their marriage....
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