5 Amazing Sister Gift Ideas

Your sister is someone who will always be there for you, throughout your life, and will love you unconditionally, no matter what. This kind of relationship is special, and as such can only be celebrated with a very special gift. However, sometimes it’s hard to buy for someone you’ve known your whole life. It can feel like you’ve already bought them everything they could have wanted, and after a while, the ideas run short. To help you out, here are five amazing sister gift ideas:

1. Photo album

Especially when you have photos together right from birth, a photo album is a classic, but favourite, way of commemorating your unique relationship. It can also give you time together reminiscing and laughing after the gift is given. To extend this, you could compile the photos in scrapbook form, writing your thoughts and comments on each photo beneath or around it.

2. Memory box

A memory box is life a photo album full of items that have a special memory attached to them. The box itself can be decorated with pictures or drawings, and ideas for its contents could include: your favourite childhood CD, old-school sweets, a framed photo, or a silly toy that is part of an inside joke.

3. Day out

Sometimes creating new memories together can be the best gift, especially as you get older and your interests mature. By putting aside a day to spend together, you are not only gifting them the trip, but also making sure you get quality time together, which might other be difficult to organise. Perhaps a day to a new city, or to the beach, or, if you’re old enough, to a gin or wine tasting event!

4. Food hamper

You above all people know exactly what your sister loves to eat the most. Especially if they are a fussy eater or have allergies, getting them a hamper of their favourite things, where they know they will adore everything, can be very thoughtful. This doesn’t have to be sweet either, it can be a mix of everything and anything.

5. Jewellery

The most classic and traditional gifts can sometimes be the best. Jewellery is timeless and also brilliantly received, and especially if it’s personal to your relationship. Nomination Italy have a beautiful range of sister jewellery, in a variety of different styles and materials. There are pendants and links that highlight your sisterly love, and you can even get some jewellery personalised! Jewellery of such a high quality will last a lifetime, and as such is a gift they will treasure forever. What’s more, as their best friend and family, who better to buy them their new favourite piece of jewellery than you?

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