Gifts for firefighters, whether for a special occasion or for no reason at all, are a wonderful way to acknowledge those who put their lives on the line on a regular basis. Often they are under-appreciated for such a difficult job, so chances are they will love a thoughtful gift. From store-bought gifts to those that are homemade, no matter what your budget is, there is a present for almost every firefighter on your list.
Framed Firefighter Prayer
Print out the Firefighter Prayer (located in the Resource section) onto beige card stock, then put it in a frame. Consider a clear, dark brown or red frame, all of which will match with the card stock. To personalise the frame, use a paint marker to write the firefighter's name, the year and any other pertinent information. Use wood glue to adhere one small wood craft cutout, such as a firefighter helmet, fire hydrant or Dalmatian, onto each corner of the frame. Give it ample time to dry before wrapping it.
Special Firefighter Photograph
Purchase a firefighter themed frame, then put a special photograph inside of it. Consider a photo of the firefighter and son or daughter wearing a firefighter helmet or one with all of the others in the firehouse. Consider giving a few different framed photographs in one wrapped gift.
Make a bunch of fire truck cookies to give to a special firefighter. With a few simple ingredients, such as frosting, graham crackers, cookies and candy, it can make for an easy and delectable present. They may even end up getting devoured at the firehouse.
Purchase a firefighter pendant online or through a jeweller. Make sure to check if it comes with a matching chain; in some cases a separate purchase is required. They come in gold and silver and in a variety of styles including those that have designs of fire axes, a helmet or a firetruck. Some are unisex while others are designed especially for men or women respectively.
Collection of Firefighter Christmas Ornaments
Buy a variety of firefighter-themed Christmas ornaments shaped like a firetruck, helmet, Dalmatian or fire hydrant. Individually wrap them in tissue paper, then put them in a sturdy box. Wrap the package with similarly themed wrapping paper, such as paper decorated with flames or fire helmets. The firefighter can use the ornaments at home or even on a Christmas tree at the fire brigade.
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