I’ve decided to leave you with some great ideas for where to get some presents from. I did a quick glance at the calendar last night and thought that everything was hunky-dorey, only to find that actually, I have a lot of stuff to get done. Mum and I are off to Brussels on Friday for a long weekend, and there is so much to be done before then. I’m also taking part in Karen’s Christmas Pledge, which means that I am trying to get everything pretty much finished b the end of November! Arrgh!
I have already been shopping at a few of my favourite online shops, and I hope you will too, they offer a really good service.
Leigh Ann works for Erika over at Urban Grace Interiors. She sells such pretty jewellery on her site. I bought a couple of pairs of earrings from her in the summer and I wear them all the time and continue to receive comments on them all the time too.
Currently I have this bracelet being shipped to me for a friend.
Bits and Pieces by Ashley Delaney
Last year the girls at week each received a calendar. I printed them, cut them and put little bull-dog clips on the top and then wrapped them in cellophane bags with ribbon and a bauble. They were cute and cheap. Already I am thinking about doing this for friends again. And the calendar has been lovely all year long.
Yep, I love Etsy! jaC Jewellery has such a great shops. I’m always keen to find small and light presents to send abroad, and I am so pleased when friends are so happy with their gifts. I sent these earrings to a friend last year, and she still talks about them now.
There is nothing better than supporting small businesses, and I highly recommend these sites.
See you next week, when I am sure turkey will be mentioned once or twice (wish me luck!)