While it may appear that I am a very organized individual, I actually have several people (ie. Nick and our amazing homecare nurses) constantly giving me reminders on what tasks require my immediate attention. When it comes to Christmas, Evanna and Bennett are my priority… which means I tend to scramble last minute for gifts (let alone personal) for Nick, our immediate family, friends and even the homecare nurses.
I’ve been known to be one of those people who literally buys a gift on the way to a birthday party... and basically both giving and receiving gifts is NOT one of my love languages (unless it involves a gift card lol). That said, I know in particular (because it’s been requested on numerous occasions), many of our family members like our parents and grandparents specifically ask for printed photos of the kids – and have recently found several photo options at the London Drugs Photolab that can be ordered with just 24hrs notice! I decided to do a Photo Mug for Nick’s mom (though, Nick implied that he’s thinking of keeping it for himself), and a handful of Single Page Calendars to gift all the grandparents and great-grandparents. I also decided to print off a few of my favourite personal photos from this past, and thought these 39¢ square photos were so cute (make sure to add the border for increased adorable factor)! Every single item I ordered was ready for me to pick up exactly 24 hours, and I even received a little convenient text alerting to me when my order was completed and ready for pick up!
In the future, I did have my eye on this Express Photo Book that is also available in 24hrs, and may keep that in mind for a future quick gift.
Anyways, if you're like me, and still shopping for a few last minute Christmas gifts with a personal touch to it, make sure to check out London Drugs' Photolab, and rest assured you can show up to Christmas dinner with a great gift for that special friend or family member. For more information and holiday ordering cutoffs, please clink this link/here for more information.
This sponsored blogpost was done in partnership with London Drugs, but contains opinions + thoughts that are completely my own.
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