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Sunday, April 15, 2007
It would make perfect sense that one of the top gifts for 2007 is a personalized leather passport cover! And why not? With the new US Immigration laws that have come into effect this year, more and more people are getting their passports. And what better way to protect your US Passport than with a leather passport wallet monogrammed with your initials?

This year, one of the popular gift sites on the Net also lists a leather passport holder as one of the top 10 gifts for graduates! Especially if they are graduating from college, a monogrammed passport wallet is the ideal gift for the new international travelers. It has enough room for their passport, plus ample space for currency, some cards and ID documents.

Speaking of travelling, the female graduate would love a monogrammed travel jewelry case, since it would be personalized with her initials. This case holds all the essentials, like earrings, necklace and bracelets, without being bulky. It can easily fit into her handbag or purse and makes a neat travel companion.

Another great graduation gift idea is a personalized leather watchbox for the elite preppy student who has it all. It sells for less than $50 and makes a memorable gift.

Personalized leather portfolios
and monogrammed leather briefcases are always traditional favorites when shopping for graduation gifts. But find a pink leather portfolio in a junior size, personalize it and then give it to the graduate and you will be on her favorite's list of top gift givers!

Finally, size always does not matter when giving graduation gifts. It's really the thought that counts. For example, you can find a small leather money clip or a plush leather wallet, have it monogrammed and present it elegantly without straining your budget. A man's leather bifold or woman's leather wallet looks good and with monogrammed initials also makes a unique gift!

Happy Gift Giving,

The CLC Team

by: CLCLeather

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