5 Graduation Photo Gifts In 5 Minutes

by Julie Vazquez Posted on May 16, 2012

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Do you need a quick and fun graduation gift? Commemorate the great times past and prepare for new adventures ahead with functional, memorable photo gifts that are easy to create. Here are 5 graduation photo gifts that you can make in 5 minutes.

1. Custom iPhone CasesThe most unique iPhone cases ever.  Personalize with your graduates photo or monogram.  Available for iPhone models 3G/3GS and 4/4S.

2. Photo MugsShowcase a favorite photo of your graduate on an everyday item for their new dorm room or office.

3. Desktop PlaquesMake a mini masterpiece of your graduate photos with a beautiful desktop plaque in a range of designs.

Custom Photo Desktop Plaque

4. Fleece BlanketsCozy up to a fleece blanket with your favorite graduates photos.  Choose your background and layout.

5. Personal StationeryPersonalized stationery such as thank you cards, notebooks, address labels, and notepads are great for your graduate to say “thank you for your graduation gift” and keeping in touch with family and friends.

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  1. Earl J Says:

    Great ideas, Julie. I especially like two items — the iPhone case and the fleece blanket. This should get our creative juices going.

  2. Joey Says:

    These are great, simple, but meaningful gifts for the grad. Can’t go wrong with a Shutterfly gift.

  3. AnnAbbott Says:

    I love the custom phone cases! And I have 4 of the custom blankets of my own which are great gifts.

  4. mypetia Says:

    I think the iPhone case is awesome! What a perfect gift idea…for anyone, really!

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I’m the mom of two grown boys and four feline fur babies. When I’m not working in Social Media for Shutterfly Inc.brands I enjoy the beach, camping, hiking, photography, food (eating it, not cooking it), and volunteering at my local animal shelter.

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