Personalized gifts are the perfect way to show just how special a gift recipient is. Kids of all ages love to see their name on objects that are sure to be treasured for years to come. Here is our list of top picks for American made personalized gifts for kids.
American Made Personalized Gifts for Kids
I See Me personalized growth charts, story books, board books, coloring books, and placemats all make unique gift ideas with many kid favorite themes to choose from. What child wouldn't LOVE to be the main character in his/her own book?!
Forgo those plastic made in China baby toys and invest in high quality, handmade wooden baby toys like the ones from Bannor Toys . Made in Iowa, Banner Toys offers a nice selection of personalized teethers, rattles, wooden cars, and pretend play toys.
If you are looking for a gift for a child that LOVES trains, the Name Train Cars by Maple Landmark are perfect. Made in Vermont, the Maple Landmark letter train cars even fit on the Thomas the Tank Engine tracks. How cool is that? For ages 3 and up.
Every boy and girl needs to be a superhero, and now it's possible with a personalized Superfly Kids superhero cape (made in Detroit). Hmmm…I wonder if these come in adult sizes too?!
Kids of all ages will love a personalized fleece blanket from Three Peas in a Pod. Great for snuggling on the couch with on family movie nights and for bringing to summer camp.
Pillows2 luxury personalized pillow cases are made from super soft microfiber material. There are many of designs to choose from and there is sure to be one that will please even the pickiest tween + teen.
Personalized jewelry is a gift that any child will treasure. A hand stamped name necklace, like this one by Dawn's Metal Designs Etsy shop is sure to be a favorite accessory.
A personalized martial arts belt display is the perfect gift for any kiddo that practices martial arts. What a great way to show off and proudly display a child's accomplishments!
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