1. Initial Towel
You can find great solid towels at TJ Maxx for about $6. I took a scrap piece of fabric and cut out the child's initial (I printed out a letter template from Word and traced it). I use this product to iron it on and then do a simple stitch around the letter. I always love how these turn out and I can get about 3 done in just 30 minutes. These are great to give in the spring summer for pool/beach towels! Often I will tie up some goggles or diving rings with it.
I often throw a couple of extra pair in my cart when ordering the pajamas for the boys. Zulily is my go-to for their pajamas but often I can find some on Amazon, etc. Cat & Cow and Leveret are my favorite to watch for on Zulily.
3. Art Supplies
4. Honeybee Tees
I love these t-shirts and my boys wear them often. You can't beat a simple design on a solid shirt and they are hard to find (especially for boys).
5. Calling Cards
You know that I love some paper products! If you have Microsoft Publisher, Illustrator, or Photoshop--- these can be easy to make. I just set up my own template and plug in different names/clip art. Print on white linen cardstock and then use a paper trimmer to cut them out. While the kids might not love this gift... the parents usually do!