I have a sickness. I love Christmas shopping at Anthropologie, but I can't seem to leave there without at least one thing for myself. Here are a few things I am loving right now as a quick outfit, but holding off on since Christmas shopping is not complete, so I need to focus! An added bonus? They are all on sale!
I just started wrapping Christmas presents yesterday and realized that I was in need of gift tags. I searched through my Pinterest boards and found several that I love. Below are some great (free) printables to adorn your presents.
Speaking of holiday season, chocolate makes for an evergreen gift.
But tired of the same old Ghirardeli / Lindt / Ferrero Rocher?
Visit or contact Chocolate Garage in Palo Alto CA for a refreshingly happy look (and taste) of chocolate.
The gamut of flavors and options make for some seriously awesome chocolate gifts that will suit chocolate dabblers and connoisseurs alike. And the best thing about chocolate garage - they are all 'happy' chocolates, sourced from fair trade, fair price makers who have a passion to spread the warmth of chocolate. Sinfully good for a happy holiday!
As Christmas is approaching, those of us who don't finish all our shopping in October are actually starting to think about presents for our loved ones. Some of my favorite gifts to give (and receive) are items that can be worn, and make me (or the recipient) think of the trip it was purchased on, or just of the giver.
Lately I have been really drawn to necklaces. I gave my mom a necklace a few years ago from Red Envelope that says "My Mother, My Friend" and it is so special to see her wear it, and I know she loves it as it really represents our relationship today.
This necklace from Uncommon Goods can be for just about anyone, as the general message "remember what is important to you" can take on so many meanings, making it appropriate for many gift giving occasions.
There are a lot of necklaces for family, but I liked the mixed metals of this option from Amazon:
My favorite of the recent searches is from LuLuBug Jewlery on Etsy, because it speaks to the wanderer in all of us.
Finally, though not all men can pull off jewlery, I do like the dog tag look on a guy in certain situations. This option has the mix of metals that makes men jewlery special, as well as the classic Fleur de Lis symbol. Thanks Overstock!
Have fun searching for some metal that means something to you! -Katie
The holiday season is upon us and Renegade Craft Fair will be back in SF on December 17th and 18th. If you live in the SF Bay Area, this event will help you find gifts for the most difficult ones to shop for on your list. Even if you don't make a purchase, stop by for the free workshops and a healthy dose of craft inspiration.