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Whether you’re using popsicle sticks and glue or just ordering online, sending custom gifts is something that will never get old. We know how important it is to show people that they matter, so we’ve put together a list of a few sites that will aid you in your quest to share that feel-good feeling. From simple stickers all the way to custom 3D models, we’ve got you covered.

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Sticky9

Sticky9 (formerly known as StickyGram) lets you take all your Instagram photos Not Just For Selfies: 6 Ways Outdoorsy Travelers Can Use Instagram Not Just For Selfies: 6 Ways Outdoorsy Travelers Can Use Instagram Instagram can be a time-wasting and ego-boosting outlet, but it's all in how each of us use it. If you are the outdoorsy type, let the community of adventurous Instagrammers help you out. Read More and put them to good use. Stickers (obviously), magnets, and phone cases can all be created using your and your friends’ Instas. Price-wise, you’ll be looking at around $20 for a sheet of re-usable stickers, and this also allows for the option of choosing multiple images and sizes. The site even offers custom iPad cases, starting at about $37.

Zazzle

Zazzle is kind of a standard site when it comes to customizable gifts: t-shirts, mugs, and stickers can all be generated here using your own personal designs. The price tag is in the “what-you-would-expect” range. You’ll probably be dishing out something like $20 for a t-shirt with your own custom design. So, if you’ve ever had a hankering to send your significant other a mug with your face on it… this is the site for you. They also offer some rather off-the wall items (custom postage stamps, for one). For instance, you can even make a watch with a custom face. Pretty cool!

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Postable

While not necessarily a gift, thank-you cards are a courtesy that has fallen to the wayside due to the convenience of emails and text messaging. Postable allows you to pick out a thank you card with a snazzy design (for instance, they even offer a Burt Reynolds themed card), write it using fonts that are similar to handwriting. Postable then prints, stuffs, and mails your card – all for less than $5. Practical? No. Convenient? Yes. There’s also all those cool designs — that’s something you wouldn’t get if you just bought a big box of thank you cards.

Moto Maker

So let’s get a little crazier. You’ve got some cash, and you’ve got a really good friend. Why not customize a phone for them? While unconventional (and VERY pricey), this could be a great gift for a family member or any truly significant person in your life. The site allows you to customize every bit of the color on the $500 Moto X How To Get The Best Moto X Features On Your Android Device Today How To Get The Best Moto X Features On Your Android Device Today The Moto X boasts several features you won't find on other Android devices at the moment. The first of these is the Active Notifications feature, which lights up the screen with the latest notification. Another... Read More and even throw in some engravings. Again, chances are that you won’t be doing this for each every single one of your friends. But hey – it’s a thought.

Shapeways

3D printing is hot right now, and it’s becoming much easier for us – the consumers – to take advantage of the trend. At Shapeways, you can upload your own 3D designs or buy from other creatives in the marketplace. It’s going to take a bit of technical know-how and patience to create your own gifts, but fortunately we can direct you to some resources on 3D printing and design 9 Apps To Easily Make 3D Printable Objects 9 Apps To Easily Make 3D Printable Objects One of the problems with 3D printing is getting a hold of things to print. You can of course download pre-made objects from a variety of places like Thingiverse; but if you want something unique... Read More . However, the site’s marketplace has quite a few cool items ranging from scale models to jewelry. Pricing will vary on these gifts based on the materials used and the sheer scale of the item.

What other sites do you use for ordering customized gifts? What kind of customized gifts have your purchased for friends?

Image Credit: Sarah Parrott

  1. Monika Sharma
    October 15, 2016 at 10:24 am

    Maximum time I've used SendBestGift.com. They deliver gifts on the same day without any extra charges.

  2. Carol
    October 9, 2014 at 4:58 pm

    I've always used CafePress.com. They provide a discounted price when buying from your own store. I've set up several non-profit organizations that I work with to sell products on CafePress, and they earn decent income. CafePress also has a book publishing option. My sheep association sells a lot of its Lamb Lovers Cookbooks on CafePress.

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