I’m a little baffled as to why you might need this post if you’re a religious reader, but here it is anyway: ten last-minute gift ideas with pretty wide availability across Canada. Get thee to a shopping cart, quick!
I already covered what to gift your teen under the tree, but what about their stockings? Ten top ideas are on the docket today to please every teen on your list.
Summertime means you should have breathing room for some self-reflection. Get inspired and brainy with Sabrina Ward Harrison’s latest guided journal experience that is part crafty scrapbook, part thought-provoking secret keeper, and part plain ol’ pretty.
CONTEST ALERT: Spring is in the air, and so is my love for these five pretty, outdoors-inspired picks that show promise for the season to come. Plus you could win a bottle of L’Eau de Chloé perfume!
Gentlemen, start your engines: Valentine’s Day is a month away, so let me help you out with some basic gift-giving rules…and ideas to go with.
If you know someone who’s New Year Resolution involves keeping track of their day-to-day, make it a little easy, or dare I say…FUN…to do it with these five great journal gift ideas.
CONTEST ALERT: If you’re like me, you might have a small conflict when choosing to send out greeting cards in an eco-friendly era. The good news? Your problems are officially solved with Botanical Paperworks plantable greeting cards. The even better news? I’ve got a gift set from Botanical Paperworks worth $70 to give away!
This month’s big find is from a little Manitoba-based company that has truly mastered the art of closing the life cycle of a product. Their stunning recycled-paper greeting cards, notebooks, and confetti can actually be planted once you’re done with them, for a commemorative wildflower bloom in your very own backyard.
When you give one of the Listography books, you’ll never see those boring lists – grocery, bills, to-dos – quite the same. Part journal, part scrapbook, these affordable gifts are a fantastic way to bring a little bit of reflection into your loved one’s lives.
I’m having a love affair with paper products & office goodies this week. Next on the docket? Pierre Belvédère’s fantasmic line of journals, agendas, and other desktop essentials. Excuse the incoherence of this post, I’m simply in lurve!
Christian Lacroix, beloved but bankrupt French designer, has come out with a line of beautiful paper products that any fashionista would die to get their hands on.
The Keel’s Simple Journal makes keeping track of your daily doings easy as pie. With a stylish look, affordable price point, and sweet sentiment, they are a perfect gift for a host of situations.