Five Great Graduation Gift Ideas
Tis the season.
No, not Ho Ho season.
No, it’s Pomp and Circumstance season.
Graduations are just around the corner.
And with graduations come graduation parties, and gifts. So what do you get a graduate? I’m here to give you a list of possible gift ideas. You’re welcome.
Five Great Gifts For Graduates
1. Diploma frame. I remember when I graduated from high school and then from college I was proud, very proud of my diploma. And the little jacket it came in? Just didn’t do it justice. I wanted that bad boy framed and hung on my wall. Proof of my accomplishment. Or at the very least proof of my tenacity to stick it out. There are places on line where you can order a pre-made diploma frame, or there are several retailers that offer custom framing.
2. Graduation bling. Every girl loves bling. Ok, that’s a blanket statement, most girls love bling. There are several jewelers that offer graduation jewelry. Pandora has graduation charms for their charm bracelets. Kay Jewelers has a graduation necklace. Both are gorgeous reminders of this special occasion.
3. Laptop. In this day and age, it’s entirely possible, in fact probable that a college graduate will already have a laptop. It’s slightly less probable that a high school graduate will have their own laptop. But it will be something they will absolutely use in college. I remember when I was in college (shhh we’re not discussing how many years ago that was) if you wanted to use a computer, you had to go to the computer lab in the library and wait for an open computer. Every college student needs a laptop.
4. Journal. For the wanna be writer, or for the girl who has always kept a journal, this is the cream of the crop. With a satin stainless steel cover this journal will promise to keep her deepest secrets or biggest dreams safe.
5. Cookbook. For those new graduates that will be moving out of their parent’s house and into their own place, a cookbook is a must. Sure it’s easy to grab take out every night, but there will come a time they will want to entertain friends, or him and will need something other than take out. This cookbook is written specifically for the new graduate who is learning to cook for the first time in a tiny apartment with hand me down pots and pans.