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Ultimate List of Personalized Presents for Gifting Giving Season

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Personalizing your gifts is a fun way to add a special touch. You don’t have to use someone’s name – you can use their initials, their nickname or a fun phrase from one of their favourite movies or books.

Although the gifts take a little bit of extra preplanning, they are ideal presents for people who have almost everything they already need. Here are some online shops that offer personalization services:

The Daily Edit (tde.)

The Daily Edit is one of the leading personalization services in Australia. They have one of the best ranges of classic handbags, clutches and pouches. They also have options for luggage, travel wallets, passport holders, luggage tags, washbags and desk accessories.

You might like to order a custom phone case, if you own a smartphone model that’s popular. You can click and collect, or ship worldwide.


Maison de Sabre
This Maison de Sabre iPone 12 Pro Max

For making tech products even cooler, try putting your initials on your mobile phone case or your audio case. The iPhone 12 Pro Max, AU $79. This iconic statement case, can be personalised by you. We love the premium pebbled leather in a sleek silhouette, The Phone Case is designed for maximum accessibility. Thoughtful hand-construction ensures functionality with button access, speaker, port cutouts and wireless charging compatibility.


Beysis have a range of modern products in fun colours. You can personalize compact mirrors, makeup cases, water bottles, AirPods Cases, and Perfume Atomiser.

Peter Alexander

You can personalize Peter Alexander items like nightshirts, satin and jacquard gowns, PJ sets, and tees. If you want a unique gift for the man in your life, then think icon Aussie boxer shorts, PJ sets, fleece gowns, and tees.  I’m lusting after the navy satin PJ set and silk pillowcases. Peter Alexander’s stock the perfect loungewear that you can watch the television in, while you ‘Tim Tam and Chill’.

Cotton On

Cotton On allow you to add personalization to towels, lounging robes, satin sleep sets, tees, hats, hoodies, makeup bags, tote bags, clutches, pencil cases, metal drink bottles and mugs. The classic stripy black towels look super sweet.

If you are interested in personalizing gifts for kids, then look out for the range of beanies, rompers, blankets, denim jackets, hooded towels, PJ sets and gowns, and gift bags.

Rebel Sport

Rebel Sports allows you to personalize your jersey, backpack, shirt or jumper with unique letters and numbers. (You can do up to 15 characters and 2 large letters – $15 for one and $20 for both sets). The vinyl lettering and numbers are available in black, navy, red, yellow and white.

Aspinal of London

You might like to buy your chap a pair of engraved cufflinks, or an embossed leather hip flask, passport or wallet from Aspinal of London.

Atlas and I

Atlas & I is a unique personalized gift and homeware brand, which create bespoke location-based products using antique maps. Their products range from handmade leather journals and photo albums to wall art and homewares.

I like the Personalised Vintage Map Heart Print and the Personalised House Portrait over Vintage Map.

A personalized Map Glass Splashback would look amazing in a recording studio or study.

Homemade Custom Wood Burnt Christmas Gifts

Here’s a video explaining how to make personalised wood burnt gifts with a burning pen.

Homemade DIY Embossing Canisters

If you are feeling creative, then you might like to make some custom canisters. Look for products with a smooth surface.

Make sure you place your online shopping orders early so that you allow plenty of time for the gift to be created and posted to your address. If you are worried it might not arrive in time, you might like to post the present directly to the recipient.

Image Credits:

  • Lead image: Photo by Kira auf der Heide on Unsplash
  • Personalised Water Bottle: © Copyright Beysis 2019
  • Mini Cross Body Bag: © Copyright The Daily Edited 2019

Written by Emma Crameri

Emma Crameri is a freelance digital marketing specialist and copywriter. She is editor of the Brisbane-based food and lifestyle website Brisbanista.

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