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Customized Gifts for Mom and Dad

Just in time for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day!

Picture Puzzle

$20 and up,

Turn a treasured family photo into a fun activity by creating your own Shutterfly Photo Gallery Puzzle. Choose to add just one picture or upload as many as 17. You can also pick from a variety of background colors and difficulty levels ranging from 60 pieces to 1014.

Message Cookies


Send or gift something sweet with these Custom Message Shortbread Cookies. Add a meaningful date, inside joke, or heartfelt message to the top of a delicious, buttery treat. Once you’ve written your message and ordered, two dozen cookies will be placed inside a pretty box that keeps them fresh through delivery.

Whiskey Glasses

$65 for a set of four,

Whiskey Peaks makes 13 variations of these hand blown whiskey glasses, including a set that showcases the Rockies. Each glass in the set features a raised topographic impression of the Rocky Mountains, ideal for whiskey-loving Coloradans. Other impression options include the Grand Tetons, Mt. Whitney, and the Grand Canyon.

Gift Box

$11 and up,

Build your own BOXFOX stashed with hand-selected goodies like chocolate bars, cozy socks, candles, and cookbooks. After you pick the items you want to send, you’ll be prompted to choose a card and type in a note. Once you’re done, the gift box will be sent directly to the recipient.

Printed Tie

$40 and up,

Perfect for the working dad, these Knotty Tie Co. Neckties are decked out in Colorado-inspired prints. Gift the Denver Skyline, Aspen Grove, or Vintage Ski Patch designs, or customize your own tie by choosing from hundreds of patterns and color options.

Sentimental Pie Plate


Take a photo of a family recipe, send it through Etsy, and it will be hand painted in your loved one’s writing onto this ceramic Moonflower Memories Pie Plate. It’s a personal way to celebrate the best baker in your family.

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