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Personalized Face Aprons

Personalized Face Aprons
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Can’t get enough of your own face? Firebox makes these fun personalized aprons that are printed with dozens of copies of whatever face you upload. They make a great gift for chefs, bakers, and artists of all sorts. It doesn’t have to be your face, but that might be weird.

Personalized Wooden Journals

Personalized Wooden Journals
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These wooden notebooks from Etsy seller Eugenie2 make a great gift. They’re made from 1/8″ baltic birch wood, which has been stained and sealed, then laser engraved to reveal the natural color. They can be personalized with the recipient’s name and interests, and come with 60 sheets of blank or ruled ivory linen paper.

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Personalized LEGO Name Signs

Personalized LEGO Name Signs
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Here’s a great gift for LEGO fans young or old. Brickles Shop makes custom name signs which feature LEGO-compatible studs on top. They’re available in a variety of colors and from 1 to 12 letters – though longer names can get quite spendy since they’re 3D printed. More styles here.

Six Shooter Shot Glasses

Six Shooter Shot Glasses
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BulletsIIBandages‘ anodized aluminum shot glasses are inspired by the spinning cylinder from a classic Colt revolver. They hold appx. 1.25 oz. of liquid, and come in a set of two. Custom engraving is also available for an extra $12, making them even better gifts.

Head Case Suitcase Covers

Head Case Suitcase Covers
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Never worry about someone snagging your bag by mistaking it for their own. These fun bag covers from Firebox can be personalized with your own headshot. They come in three sizes, and are made from stretchy Spandex to fit snugly over most suitcases.

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