Personalized Birthday Gift

Exhausted by unfunny milestone birthday cards in the Hallmark rack? Don’t have hours and hours to make and order your personalized birthday gift? There is a solution for you…

In theory, personalized birthday gifts always sound like fun. However, when it comes time to constructing custom birthday gifts, be they for a milestone birthday – like a 30th or 40th bash, or for an off number random year, like 33 or 22 – the gift giver inevitably gets swamped by logistics and extra costs. In fact, whether you’re putting together a scrapbook of photos, hand knitting an embroidered blanket, or mocking up birthday T-shirts or apparel items, you’ll no doubt spend far more time and energy than you anticipated you would when you first had your brilliant “custom birthday gifts” idea.

Is there a way out? Can you find an awesome personalized birthday gift that will be a terrific birthday gift for guys that won’t break the bank, won’t rob you of precious days of your life, and won’t end up looking gimmicky, cheep, cheesy, or overly sentimental? The answer is a resounding “yes”! The answer is a personalized magazine cover.

Here’s the deal – simply take a digital photo (or scan in a non-digital photo and upload it as digital) and use this photo as the basis for your personalized magazine cover. Then, using free online template software, add bylines, headlines, and other text and images to custom tailor the keepsake. You can generate bawdy 30th birthday magazine covers, complete with headlines describing bachelor-related trysts, work-related in jokes, and so forth. Alternatively, if you’re celebrating a 40th birthday gift for a family man, you can design the page layout so that the kids of the birthday boy can write in their own headlines and even do some of the layout work. On the other hand, if you’re crafting a 50th birthday magazine cover, you can riff off the timeless “over the hill” theme by, for instance, putting fake ads on the back cover for elderly assistance products, such as the Craftsmatic adjustable bed, The Clapper, and your local mortuary.

The point is, dreaming up and executing a personalized milestone birthday magazine cover is simple, fast, relatively cheap, and lots of fun to do and you will have a really great personalized birthday gift for all the guys in your life. You can embark on a project with friends and family, or you can do it quickly on your computer. Templates abound to help you get the job done efficiently, so you won’t have to worry about formatting details and the like. So what do you have to lose? Explore this fun action today!

For more info on how to get started with your customized birthday magazine cover, visit


3 thoughts on “Personalized Birthday Gift

  1. Groom personalization frames

    Excellent personalized birthday gift idea. Can you provide me more information about personalized frame.

  2. Michele

    Thank you for leaving a post on our blog. YourCover provides an online design service where you can create personalized magazine covers. These covers can be personalized to a particular groom, bride, couple, etc. You upload your photo and then use the online design tool to revise the magazine cover’s title and all the headlines to be specifically about your “cover star”. You can purchase the magazine cover as a photo file download to print yourself or we can print, frame and ship it for you. (This is the only time a “frame” comes into play – the frame is not personalized but the magazine cover inside it is.)

    If you have any further questions or we can be of additional help, please feel free to reply or give us a call at 877-972-6837. You can also visit the Wedding magazine cover page of our site.

  3. bet365

    Good day!This was a really wonderful blog!
    I come from roma, I was luck to come cross your topic in google
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