Great Gifts For The Graduate


Whether it be high school, college, or even traffic school your favorite graduate deserves a unique gift to commemorate their accomplishments. Forget about the traditional pen or luggage and find something more unusual, unique and personalized at Check out your options below; there are many that are just so out-of-the-ordinary.

Deeds to the United States – Where is your graduate going to conquer the world—New York, California, Massachusetts? Help him own his dream with a legal Deed to a one square inch parcel of land in any individual state. Deeds are available for all 50 states too. The individually numbered deed will be inscribed with his name and you can have it framed or mounted on a plaque. What could be a more unique gift?

Photo Stamps – Just in case your graduate is going off to start his or her career in another town or city, they’ll sure to want to see photos of everyone who’s wishing them well. Indulge them with USPS Photo Stamps of friends, family and just of the old gang and then, by writing them, it’ll be a doubly-good surprise. By uploading photos from your computer (or his) you can create personalized stamps (real US Postage) and make all his mail unique. Every recipient will certainly know how much he misses them.

Presents for Baseball Lovers - Does your graduate remember the days when the Dodgers called Brooklyn home? Reminisce about America’s pastime with a Ballpark Pen made of the wooden seats from his favorite ballpark—even some that have been razed. You can also give him a Ballpark baseball items including a corkscrew or bottle opener.

One Share of Stock – What does your favorite student love and remember from growing up? His Campbell Tomato soup for lunch? Tootsie Rolls? His Apple Computer?, Coca-Cola? If he does love Coke, bet he doesn’t own Coca-Cola stock. But he could! The company called sells, well, duh, one share of stock in various popular companies. You get a fancy legal stock certificate to hang on his wall and the company’s annual report that, along with all the company’s financial info. One share may not make him rich, although he will receive corporate declared dividends and have voting rights, but I bet he’ll love it. Check out all the companies.

Photo Rubik’s Cube—Remember all the fun times at the alma mater with the Photo Rubik’s Cube. Personalize a cube with six photos of graduation day, classmates, even the school mascot. Each side is 2.25” square, the same size as the original cube of the 80’s. It’s the perfect album for a new dorm room, workplace cubicle, or starter apartment.

Gift of the Month—He may spend lots of time in the school library, science lab, or local Starbucks but chances are one place he doesn’t know his way around is the kitchen. Don’t let your new graduate survive on Chinese delivery and cold pizza. Sign him up to enjoy three, six, nine or twelve months of his favorite foods with the Gift of the Month Club. There are 21 clubs to choose from including dessert, salsa, even a dinner and a movie club that includes a pasta/sauce dinner, gourmet popcorn and a Blockbuster gift card. There are also wine and beer clubs for graduates over 21.

Name a Star - What could be more fitting for a rising star than…a star! Choose an out of the world gift with her own personal star registered with the Universal Star Catalogs Database. He’ll receive a certificate and the stellar coordinates so, with the help of a telescope, he can gaze upon his very own star.

So forget about the traditional pen or luggage and find something more unusual, unique and personalized at Check out your options above; there are many that are just so out-of-the-ordinary.


About the Author:

Scott Moger, an Internet entrepreneur and freelance writer who has been published internationally, has been writing about items like free gifts of land and unusual and unique gifts for several years. He is the president of American Acres, Inc., the company that actually owns the land these websites are promoting, and is also CEO of E-Max, Inc. another company that owns,, and He occasionally writes under the nom de plume of Jonathan Plight and/or Jack Torrington.