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6 Great Group Gifts for Grandparents

Is there anyone more deserving of your family’s love and appreciation than your children’s grandparents this holiday season?

Never naughty and always nice, Grandma and Grandpa have been there all year long offering hugs and smiles, even if only from across the miles. What better way to show these special folks just how much your family cares than with a heartfelt gift from the entire family this holiday season?

Take a look at 6 perfect holiday gifts to celebrate grandparents after the jump!

Digital Photo Frame: Sure, digital photo frames are cool, but you know what’s even cooler? A digital photo frame you can keep current throughout the year! Yes, friends, the magic of the internets is at it again, allowing you to upload current pictures via the web for continual enjoyment as your children grow! Talk about a gift that keeps on giving!

Photo book: We all know how much grandparents love to brag, so why not create their very own brag book! Fill the book with family pictures and scanned artwork from your kids!

Personalized calendar: Make it a year for Grandma and Grandpa to remember with a personalized calendar highlighting the previous year’s best moments in pictures. A year of enjoyment is sure to follow!

Family portrait: Gather up your family in their Sunday best for a family portrait gift Grandma and Grandpa will cherish for years to come.

Family history journal: We each have a story. Give your child’s grandparents the opportunity to share their stories in a family history journal. Grandma and Grandpa will love having a beautiful place to document their memories for future generations.

Custom Family Tree Art: Create art from the blessing of family with custom family tree art. This unique personalized gift beautifully illustrates your family history for display.

Have a wonderful group gift for grandparents to share? Let us know!

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