Talk:Personalized gifts

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Personalized gifts in the traditional sense are gift items that carry either person’s full name, first name, surname, monogram or initials on them.

Nowadays, the global marketplace offers numerous other ways of personalizing gifts, utilizing photos, logos, unique designs and even hand and foot prints. Not only has new technology made it possible to personalize in new ways but there are also a limitless number of items on which to apply this personalization. All this comes at only a fraction of what the cost used to be making personalization affordable for everyone.

Personalizing gifts can be done with a variety of styles, colors and techniques to accommodate personal preferences. The most common personalization techniques are engraving, embroidery, screen-printing, etching and embossing.

I Love Personalized Gifts

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