Mother's Day is right around the corner, so if you haven't gotten a gift for your mom yet, now is a good time to start thinking about what she would like! Most moms love photos of thier loved ones and personalized items, and you can get things like that at Calagaz. Calagaz not only only offers cameras and photo prints, but also personalized and unique gifts.
Most gifts are under $30, and that includes one of their biggest sellers, the personalized cutting boards. iPad, Kindle and smartphone covers also make great gift options.
If you're looking for gifts under $20, you might want to get mom a personalized metal cuff bracelet. You can personalize the bracelets with photos, patterns, or a monogram.
You'll also find plenty of gift options that are under $10 at Calagaz. Some of the items mom might like include luggage tags, keychains and coffee mugs.
If you're not sure what your mom wants, you could always get her a gift certificate so she can go to Calagaz and pick something out herself. Or if mom has recently gotten a new camera, or if you get her a new camera, Calagaz offers photography classes which would also make a nice gift. All of these gifts can be purchased at Calagaz in Mobile or Pensacola, or online at calagaz.com .
Calagaz Photo (2 Locations):
90 Springdale Blvd, Mobile AL
6895 A North 9th Ave, Pensacola FL
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