Unveils Innovative Family Gift List for the Holidays

Share Article announces the launch of, a totally unique free gift registry designed to be shared between family and friends. It is unlike any gift registry or gift list you've used before. Family Gift Registry

Tame the Wild Gift Giving! unveils a totally unique free gift registry designed to be shared between family and friends. Eliminate the holiday shopping hassles, frustrations, wondering what to buy them, getting the wrong gift, and giving duplicate gifts. saves you time and money while returning the “fun and easy” to gift giving.

Visitors can invite family and friends to share gift lists with each other in a safe and easy-to-use format. allows members to create their own gift lists and provide details of where to buy, sizes, prices, and even convenient links to their items at an online store. Approved family and friends can view each other’s gift lists and select items (click “I’ll get this!”) from each member’s lists. Each member can see who’s buying which gifts for each person, however, the gift list owner cannot see who’s purchased any of their listed gifts! makes gift giving fun, and helps avoid the frustration and hassle which can be associated with the gift giving process. The gift list owner lets their family or friends know which gifts to buy, the size and color, where to get it, and eliminate duplicate gift purchases. End result, the perfect gift! Members can immediately generate a shopping list of all of the items selected from the various gift lists. was designed for everyone in the family, from the tech-savvy to the no-email grandparents. Multi-family capabilities are included enabling individuals to be members of multiple families or friend groups. The site can be used for all gift giving events including Christmas, Secret Santa, Birthdays, Bridal Showers, Anniversaries, Baby Showers, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs or any other special event.

What's a GiftPickle?
According to German tradition, the pickle brings good luck and was the last ornament placed on the Christmas tree. On Christmas morning the first child to find the pickle was rewarded with an extra little gift left by St. Nicholas. This German tradition encouraged the children to appreciate all the ornaments on the Christmas tree, rather than hurrying to see what St. Nick had left for them. Hence the name GiftPickle! We couldn't resist the humor.


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