It’s that time of year when people are asking you what you want for Christmas and you’re thinking, “Uh… a new vacuum?” lol I’m going to share a few shops/items that I love and that I get asked about quite often either in person or online. So, without further ado… let’s get started with this short “mama’s gift guide.”
Vol25 tapestry or wall hanging. I have loved Vol25 for several years and the prints are simple and beautiful. They are classic, so you know they will last and stand the trend currents that flow by. Vol25 also offers different prints for different folks: florals, rustic, woodsy, insects, animals, etc.
Sela Designs. I have been supporting this shop for the past year. Sela Designs is a fair trade jewelry shop that works to ensure that every piece of jewelry goes to improving the lives of others. The mission is a great cause, not to mention the jewelry itself is so pretty. I have mentioned this shop many times online and there’s a reason why… make the dollar count!
Pip and J Papery. Speaking of missions… how about the importance of celebrating Jesus during the Christmas season. We have always done an advent celebration, but this year, we are doing a new one. I grabbed some advent cards and ornaments from Pip and J Papery and I am so excited to use them. This would be an amazing gift idea for you or your kids so you can use them next year!
Beeswax Tapers. This sounds lame, but I love candles during the winter and they keep me from getting super blue come the end of February. The soft glow seems to make me smile and I think everyone should burn beeswax candles.
Brim Coffee Maker. I love this coffee maker. I love that it is a pour over and that I can clean all of the parts. It makes a great cup of coffee and I think any of you would love it. Plus, it’s pretty. 🙂
Farmer’s Market Calendar. Grab one now. You will love it and be excited every time you get to flip the page. The illustrations are beautiful and it always stirs conversation amongst the kiddos about the items they’ve never heard of before. It has been on my wall two years in a row and I never grow tired of it.
Those are a few of my favorite things and I hope they become a few of yours, as well.