Gift Ideas for the Distinguished Woman

One of the things to remember when looking into purchasing a gift for the older and more distinguished woman is that the last thing she needs is more clutter. Practical yet personal gifts are the way to go for this special group of people in your life. They are likely at an age where simplifying their world is a priority and you should keep that in mind when looking for a present.

This holiday season look no further than to American Stationery for all of your gifts for the Aunts, Grandmas and Moms in your life. We have something for every one of the ladies in your life. Gifts for the young and the young at heart are just a few clicks away. You will be pleased with the wide variety we offer for every personality. It’s true when we say that we have something for everyone. This means even great aunt Ethel who has an opinion on everything.

For the social butterfly look no further than the new Elegant Two-sided Correspondence cards. These beautiful cards are sure to stand out, and make a statement just like she does. One side features a beautiful blue and green design while the other side serves as a lovely start contrast with your choice of solid white or ivory. On the plain side, we will print in flat ink her name or monogram in navy at the top. Below there will be plenty of blank space for her personal message. They are sold in sets of 24 cards with plain envelopes for $32.95. At 6 1/4 by 4 1/2 this elegant two sided card, item number 2316 allows the perfect amount of writing room. You may opt to have the envelopes personalized with a return address for an additional cost. You will soon become her new favorite when you give her our new correspondence cards as a gift this season.

What about the cook in the family? Help her keep her recipes close at hand with our recipe cards. At American Stationery we know how important it is to have things handwritten. That means whether it is a note from a friend or Great Grandmas recipe for Chicken noodle soup. That’s why we are proud to sell two different types of recipe cards with holder. Each set of item number 9158 contains 105 recipe cards in assorted pink, orange and green, along with 35 dividers. With several blank lines it is easier than ever to hand write in the recipe. Not only is this a great gift selection for the cook or baker in the family. It is also a lovely gift for the young woman or couple who is just starting out. Pre-write some of the cards for them with a few of your favorite quick and easy recipes and maybe a few family treasures as well. Everyone enjoys having a few recipes on hand for those nights when you just don’t know what you want to make. This set is sold for $24.95.

We also feature another set of recipe cards that come in a set of 48 with a Lucite box.  These cards are item number 2856   and are sold for $ 44.95. These Heavyweight recipe cards come in a set of 48 and you may choose from a black and white damask to a lovely blush pink swirl design. The Lucite holder can be personalized with the recipient’s name and is equipped with a hinged top to hold the recipe card in place while it is in use! This is a lovely feature for those of use who are a bit messy in the kitchen. Again and ideal choice for the experienced baker or the novice chef!

What about a lovely personalized ink pen? We feature some of the finest Sheaffer® pens and they can be personalized with a name. Won’t your mother be proud when she presents this ink pen to sign her name at the local ladies club? With many different outside colors to choose from, it will be easy for you to find one that suits her personality. All pens have blue ink and are priced at just $17.50 with personalization included. Item number 2805.

This holiday season remember all the important ladies whom have influenced you in your life, and all the things that they have done for you and all the memories that you have shared. These are the most important parts of the season. Show them how much you care by choosing the perfect gift for them.

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