A. Gold-Plated Floral Alphabet Necklace
($178): This necklace designed in South-East London is quite the stunner. The sculpted leaves and flower petals makes this initial pendant a unique one. I'd choose one with 'A' for my son's initial.
B. The Book of Flowers Coffee Table Book
($70): It's not always easy to have fresh flowers on your coffee table, but this book would honestly pass as a two for one. Not to mention 600+ pages of beautiful imageries of greenhouses and gardens of Paris.
D. USPS Glass Mailbox Ornament
($15.95): We may be biased, but this would be the perfect ornament for our studio! Also, I love that you can support the USPS through their gift items
this year (besides postage stamps, of course).
G. Mother of Pearl Notebook
($28.99): This notebook is beautifully crafted and customizable from the front to the insides. Ready for 2021!
I. Arboretum Puzzle
($22): Has 2020 turned you into a puzzle lover? This arboretum puzzle looks so awesome completed. Plus, you'll learn about many varieties of trees throughout the process.
J. Toile Cotton Teddy Bear
($65): These darling teddy bears can be custom embroidered with a child's name and would make a sweet keepsake.
K. Dark Winter Florals
($6): A simple handwritten note wishing your friends and family a happy holiday is a must on our list. This classic winter florals card of ours with gold foil is always a hit.
L. Jamie Beck Print
($50): Photographer Jamie Beck has been creating her photographic beauties
during her quarantine. I absolutely love every single one of them and think they would look amazing framed in any home.