- October 24, 2017
There is a lot of pressure on you to find the perfect gift for that someone special around the holidays. And the holiday season seems to get longer every year. Longer season, more pressure. Starting as soon as you toss your rotting jack o’lantern in the compost pile you start hearing Christmas carols in the supermarket. Well, save yourself the stress this year. Get that someone special a personalized Christmas gift.
It may seem like the more complicated option. “Why would I go through the hassle of getting a personalized Christmas gift when I can just shove their stocking full of gift cards or Double Bubble?” you may ask.
First, Double Bubble is gross. The only place you should be shoving it is in the compost heap alongside your decomposing jack o’lantern.
Second, gift cards are bland and impersonal. They do nothing to show the recipient that you’ve put any thought into the gift. Because, come on, you haven’t. You saw them hanging in the checkout line and was like “Blam! Shopping done!” Except, no. Shopping not done. Because the recipient is going to say “Oh, thanks. I’ve really been meaning to go to Red Lobster and get some of those cheddar biscuits. And now I can. Merry Christmas to me.” They will see straight through your shallow attempt at wooing them with seafood.
The point of gift giving is to show a person that your truly care, that you know them and are attentive. And nothing says that like a personalized Christmas gift. Give your loved ones a one-of-a-kind something that speaks to them, a truly original work of art that says, “I know you and I’m all about you”.
Something like a personalized comic book or poster. Your boyfriend or girlfriend, husband or wife, son or daughter, friend, mother, father, your boss or postal carrier – this a gift that anyone will love. Because who doesn’t want to see themselves flying through the air or saving the world or fighting back an army of zombies? Show you love someone by giving them a story that only you can tell.
Check out some ways to do it at YourComicStory.com.