Handmade Anniversary Gifts

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Handmade Anniversary Gifts
A wrapped present. (gift box.st. valentins",birthday,or Christmas gift image by L. Shat from Fotolia.com)

Anniversaries are special days that should be celebrated. You don't have to spend a fortune to make your significant other know how much you care. In fact, some of the best gifts are handmade because of the thought and love that goes into such work. Show your loved one that you remember your special day by creating a handmade present.

Custom CD

Put together a custom CD with your significant other's favourite songs, or make a CD of all songs that have special meaning in your life as a couple. Create a custom label for the CD.

Personalised Attire

Personalise some clothing or attire for your loved one. If she enjoys cooking, make her an apron and embroider her name on one of the pockets or chest. If he likes fishing make him a fishing hat with his initials embroidered on the bill of the hat.


Put together a scrapbook of your favourite memories together. Choose a specific time period or event for a specialised scrapbook. Or put together a scrapbook chronicling your entire time together from the first date onward.

Personalised Artwork

If you have artistic talent, use your skills to create a masterpiece to celebrate an anniversary. Paint the place where you were married. Sculpt your loved one doing what they love most. Create an origami heart with a love note or poem written inside. Draw out a dream of your future with your loved one.

Favourite Dinner and Baked Goodies

Make your loved one his or her favourite dinner. Bake a basket full of goodies such as cookies, speciality breads, muffins, miniature cakes and petit fours. Put the goodies in a basket, wrap in clear cellophane, then tie a large bow around the basket.

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