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Picture Perfect Holiday Gifting & Decorating From London Drugs

Meaningful gifts and customized home decor inspired by treasured family memories

RICHMOND, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/21/12 -- A picture is worth a thousand words, especially when it comes to gift giving and holiday decorating. This year, be inspired by treasured family memories and create quality photo keepsakes. From thoughtful gifts like photobooks and fine art prints to personalized decorations like holiday ornaments, placemats and wall-mounted ceramic tiles, London Drugs has a complete catalogue of quality customizable photo options that will warm hearts and homes this holiday season.

Memorable Gifts Ideas

Photobooks: No matter how trendy, lavish or expensive the gift, nothing can compare to unwrapping treasured family memories. Reflecting back while looking at pictures is one of the most joyful and entertaining family activities, especially during the holiday season. London Drugs Moments Photobooks are thoughtful, personal and picture perfect gifts that are easy to create. Simply download the London Drugs Home Edition software, select images straight from your computer, create customized themed backgrounds, intriguing page layouts and add special touches with personalized text. Your pictures will be professionally colour corrected, printed and bound at the London Drugs Photolab. Photographic albums start at $34.00. Coffee table books from $9.99 for softcover, $34.99 for hardcover.

Personalized Photo Keepsakes: London Drugs offers a range of custom-made photo keepsakes including puzzles, ceramic tiles, jewellery boxes, aprons, calendars, t-shirts, mugs, playing cards and more. They're perfect for the hard-to-buy-for person on your list. Photos and text can be included on each item. View the complete catalogue online. From $6.99.

Greeting Cards & Gift Tags: Send your holiday wishes with truly unique greeting cards and gift tags including a family photo (or photo of your choice) customized with boarders, text or clip art. No time for a family portrait? The London Drugs Photolab website offers a no fuss option. You can log into and access existing photos straight from Facebook, Flickr, Google+, Picasa, Pinterest and Instagram. From $14.99

Customized Holiday Home Decor Ideas

Wall-mounted Ceramic Photo Tile Frames: Add a touch of winter whimsy by replacing year-round wall art with your own photographs of picturesque winter snowscapes. Decking the halls (and walls) doesn't have to cost a fortune. Ceramic photo tiles start at just $9.99.

Christmas Ornaments: Personalized ornaments can be a joyful reminder of family memories throughout the holiday season. Include unique details such as photos, names, special dates and holiday greetings on a variety of ornament shapes. Make them a holiday tradition, adding new custom ornaments to the tree each year to mark special occasions. From $6.99.

Throw Pillows: Give your sofa or bedroom a touch of holiday style with custom throw pillows. With the right photos and prose, they'll be as warm and cozy as they are heartwarming. Pillow cases come in white and are machine-washable. From $24.99.

Placemats, Coasters and Mugs: Add festive flair to your functional entertaining pieces by customizing them with photos from Christmases past. From $6.99.

The deadline for ordering customized photo products is December 14th in order to receive or pickup before December 24th.


Founded in 1945, B.C.-based London Drugs has 77 stores in more than 35 major markets throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba including its online store www.londondrugs.com.

London Drugs offers consumers a range of products from digital cameras and cosmetics to computers and televisions. Renowned for its creative approach to retailing, the company employs more than 7,500 people with pharmacy and health care services being the heart of its business. Committed to innovation and superior customer service, London Drugs has established itself as a reputable and caring company and continues to position itself for future growth and development.

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