Pear Tree Greetings’ personalized gift ideas were featured on Twin Cities Live on November 25th. Stephanie Bottner, General Manager for Pear Tree, shares how you can shop at Pear Tree for everyone on your list. We have gifts for spouses, grandparents, kids, teens and many more. Watch below to see all the fun gift ideas!
Keep reading our blog for more personalized gift ideas or visit our holiday gift guide to start shopping!
The Pear Tree Greetings team is loving our new personalized gift ideas and we want to share three more ways to personalize these gifts to give to your loved ones. These ideas are all coming from our product development team (yes, the designers themselves!) and it is so fun to see what they created!
Personalized Ornaments – Angela, our director of product development, personalized our Photo Double Take Personalized Ornaments with a photo of each of her children. They turned out beautifully and would make a perfect gift for grandparents.
Every gift should have some personal meaning, and these gift ideas can all be personalized for the ones you love. And they’re all less than $15!
Custom Notepads, $9.99 to $12.99
These personalized notepads come in two sizes and many styles, with or without photos. They make fun gift ideas for kids, friends and family members.
See all custom notepads.
Mini Note Cards, $10.62 for 12
Our mini note cards are perfect for quick notes to kids, partners, co-workers, teachers and friends. They can also be used as gift card enclosures!
See all mini note cards.
Pear Tree Greetings now offers personalized gift ideas for anyone on your list and for any budget. Our new gifts include, wall art, posters, phone cases, easel art, ornaments and metal wall art. We put Pear Tree employees to the test to see what ideas they could come up with for personalizing these new products. Here are 3 ideas to help inspire you this holiday shopping season!
1. Personalized Easel Art – Cathy, our copywriter and recurring blogger, personalized our Photo Trio Easel Art with photos of her son playing his favorite sports. This would make a nice, personalized gift for the grandparents.
Shop our new personalized gifts collection for meaningful gift ideas that incorporate photos, colors and even your child’s name for that personal touch.
Custom Phone Cases, $44.99
Give a gift you know they’ll use! Our custom phone cases for select iPhone and Samsung models let you put a favorite photo or a personalized design right in their hands.
See all custom phone cases.
Metal Wall Art, $34.99
Turn your best photos into a modern piece of art to give as a gift. The image is infused into the coating on the metal sheet, resulting in vibrant color and incredible detail.
See all metal wall art. Continue reading
Our new gifts collection is full of gift ideas everyone will love. Even better, these particular gift ideas are all $25 or less, and can be personalized with photos or digital artwork to give them a personal touch. Turn your favorite photos into gifts, just like that!
Wall Art, $24.99
Create your own wall art using our artwork or your favorite digital images, printed on acid free, archival quality paper suitable for framing.
See all wall art.
Personalized Ornaments, $19.99
Start an annual tradition and create a keepsake Christmas ornament for you or someone special.
See all personalized ornaments.
We are excited to introduce our new collection of personalized home decor ideas including wall art, custom posters, metal wall art, and easel art. They can be personalized with photos, background colors, and even captions in many cases! Each is perfect for a different type of decorating. Click on the images to see more details.
Our personalized wall art is printed on acid free, archival quality paper and is suitable for framing. (Frame not included.) Each design is 11′ x 14″ and made from 100% recycled material. Choose from many different pieces, some with photos and some with editable text; some with colors you can change, others with pre-set artwork. These high-quality prints are an easy way to fill your walls with artwork.
These large, affordable posters are perfect for kids’ rooms, dorm rooms and quick photo displays. They’re printed on durable, tear-resistant polystyrene for kid-friendly locations, and are even water-resistant for short-term outdoor use such as graduation or birthday parties. They come in two sizes: 18″ x 24″ or 24″ x 36″.
Like many families can attest, when you have a baby, you are so thankful for the people around you who help to ensure the safety of the birth experience. After a lot of research and discussion, my husband and I opted for a homebirth, which means our reliance and trust in our midwife had to be strong. Erika Urban of the River Valley Birth Center was amazing – she arrived at our house at 1am and little Justin Morgan Bottner was born at 6am.
I don’t know how she does it, helping moms birth babies at all hours of the day and night, running her own midwifery business, raising four children with her wonderful husband…AND building a birth center!
Yes, this woman is truly amazing and such an inspiration. She purchased a very old home on auction and began renovations. They had to tear out walls, floors, bathrooms, everything. Yet clearly the house-turned-birth-center was coming along beautifully.
After Justin was born, we wanted to do something for her that would be meaningful, something she’d treasure for many years to come. But that’s a tough gift to buy! There are tons of thank you gift ideas out there for friends, sisters, moms, husbands, but what about midwives?! That’s when it dawned on us that the best thing would be something that reminded her of how far she’d come.
Teacher Appreciation Day is May 6th, and it’s the perfect opportunity to recognize your child’s teacher for the inspiring work he or she does. Challenging, encouraging and shaping young lives, teachers pass on many amazing gifts to their students, and May 6th is your day to give back.
A simple thank you is all teachers want in return. But how to say it? Here are a few gift ideas for Teacher Appreciation Day that any teacher would love to receive.
- Write a thank you note. A simple, sincere note means the most, and is easy for a teacher to keep. Decorate it with a colorful drawing for a special touch. Continue reading
There’s not much time left before Christmas to do a lot of things, so here’s our whirlwind holiday checklist for these last few weeks.
Time to get the tree, decorate it, and dust off all the Christmas decorations. Turn on the Christmas music and this job is a lot more fun. Get this free holiday garland printable!
Send out those Christmas Cards
Kids can help with stamps and address labels. Make it a family project. See note about Christmas music above.
Display your cards
One inexpensive decorating idea is to display the Christmas cards you receive. They make a colorful holiday display whether you put them on your fridge, mantel, or create a unique place to show them off. Check out our Pinterest board for some fun ideas!