Let's Talk about Making the Holidays Personal!

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Let's talk Holidays!  The Holidays are our absolute favorite time of the year.  The smell of an apple pie baking in the oven on Thanksgiving morning, the warm feeling of a Christmas tree covered in lights in our living room and the flicker of the flames on a fully light Menorah on Hanukkah.  The joy and togetherness the Holidays bring is like we're being wrapped in a warm, fuzzy blanket.  And amigas, who doesn't love a warm, cozy blanket?! 

We get asked all the time about Holiday shopping.  "What should I get my sister?"  "What do you think is the perfect gift for my mom?"  "Ugh, I don't know what to get my sister-in-law?"  Our answer will always be: make it personal!  The idea goes back to when we were kids.  Who remembers making handmade birthday cards or Father's Day cards at school?  I can tell you from personal experience that my mom and dads favorite cards or little gifts were always ones that I made for them in school.  My mom still puts up the little stick figure ornament I made for her when I was 4 years old!  Tailoring a gift specific to your loved one is more special than any Louis Vuitton bag will ever be (but, I mean, we'll accept one of those too lol). 

So if your sister is getting married this year, a gorgeous "Presley" Necklace or "Name & Stacks" bracelet that says "Bride" would be the perfect gift for her to remember this incredible time in her life!  Or an "Erika" Bracelet with all of the initials of her grandchildren would be the perfect gift for that adoring grandmother in our lives!  A simple yet meaningful "Kiddo Love" Necklace to represent each of your children to your adoring wife is a touch she will cherish forever! 

Whichever piece you decide, will be personal gift your loved one will love and hold on to for years to come.  So don't hesitate to make it personal!

With Love, 

Sarah & Lina   

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