Cute little children deserve only the cutest stuff and my little Sean is definitely one cutie who deserves to be showered with everything cute. That’s why I’m always on the lookout for sites that offer unique items. Well, what’s more unique than having your child’s name plastered on various items and written in books?
Frecklebox has a wide selection of personalized gifts for kids that range from books to puzzles to wall decors. Personalized gifts are one of the best gifts you can give to kids. Children love anything with their name on it as it makes them feel extra special to see their name printed on an item. Frecklebox makes choosing the perfect gift easier by categorizing their merchandise by occasion, by gender, by theme, and by age. Drop-down menus and filtering options facilitate faster selection of items.
If you’re purchasing a personalized book, you can preview the book and see how the child’s name appears on EVERY page before purchasing it. There’s also a host of funky designs for personalized kids’ placemats that there’s definitely one your child will absolutely love.
Since Sean is so into cars these days, I decided to get him a Race Car Personalized Placemat ($9.95) in the hopes that he’d be encouraged to speed through his meals and not take forever to finish his food. I also got him a Race Car Lunch Box ($29.95) which has the same fierce race car design as the placemat. He’s not yet going to school though and wouldn’t need a lunchbox so this Race Car Lunch Box will be used to store mementos instead. To complete his race car collection, I’m also thinking of getting him the Speedy Race Car Coin Bank, Personalized Race Car Puzzle, and the fiery Flame Notebook.
If you’re looking for gift items for children or for awesome stuff for your own child, do check out Frecklebox. I guarantee that you’d find the perfect gift for any child. Their merchandise are so cute that you may even want to buy one for yourself. When you head over the site, make sure you read the FAQs. You may not have any Fun Awesome Question to ask but reading it is bound to make you laugh.