This morning I told you about my and Raymond’s adventure wandering around and cycling in Chicago. In honour of that fun afternoon, I’m highlighting this cute Chicago flag Christmas card. In this clever design, the famous six-pointed stars have become the stars atop four Christmas trees. Printed on 100% recycled card stock, the card is blank on the inside and comes with a recycled kraft paper envelope.
When I saw these monogrammed baby pajamas, I’m sure my face looked just like the heart eyes emoji! I’m absolutely beside myself with how utterly adorable these cotton jammies are. With a monogram on the onesie and a trap door on the bloomers, this cute set would be perfect for a baby’s first Christmas. And since these pajamas are available in various sizes (up to 3 years old), you could give this outfit to any young child on your holiday list.
If you and your significant other are both Potterheads, send them this greeting card this Christmas. It will help confirm your love, as—despite Luna Lovegood’s warnings that mistletoe is full of nargles—you are willing to brave them to smooch your sweetie. The card is A7 [5" x 7"] and comes with a red envelope.
Made from natural coconut husk fibers, this holiday tree doormat is as sturdy as it is festive. Green trees and red stars are shown here, but you can customize your mat by selecting a different color for the trees or opting to remove the stars. Regardless of what you decide, this mat will add holiday charm to your entryway.
Since it’s winter, why not show your holiday spirit with these snowflake nail wraps? They’re easy to apply—simply heat, peel, and stick onto your nails. While you’re getting a set for yourself, you may want to get a few extra to use as stocking stuffers! And, when you purchase 4 sets, you’ll get a 5th one free with code BUY4GET1.
Made from soft wool felt, this mistletoe ornament will add a bit of charming elegance to your holiday decor. The leaves are hand sewn from olive green felt, accented with white pompoms, and finished with a red satin bow. Whether hung on a tree or displayed elsewhere in your home, this lovely leafy ornament will spread holiday cheer.
Earlier today I recounted my and Raymond’s visit to Chattanooga, Tennessee where we enjoyed taking in the sights, especially the delightful view of the evening skyline. There’s something almost magical about the city lights reflecting on the rippling water of the Tennessee River. These Christmas cards featuring Chattanooga’s skyline evoked fond memories of our visit. Available flat or folded, these cards can be personalized with your family name, year, the color of the watercolor sky, and the holiday wording.
Earlier today, I shared some Christmas themed origami tutorials inspired by the Holiday Origami Tree in New York City. Since I had paper decorations on my mind, it seemed fitting to feature this fun origami star garland kit. The stars are already folded and arrive packaged in a mason jar with twine and a needle. Simply string the stars together, and you’ll have a lovely strand of garland to hang in your home!
Stamps are so fascinating; they are tiny pieces of art that reflect bits of a country’s culture, as well as the period of time in which they were designed. If you too are a philatelist [person who appreciates and collects stamps], then feast your eyes on this lovely necklace. Made from a 1993 Swedish postage stamp, this festive necklace features a julbock along with the words “God Jul” [Merry Christmas]. It’s a unique and subtle way to add a bit of holiday cheer to your outfit. Also check out necklaces made with a surfing Santa stamp from Australia and a partridge in a pear tree stamp from the USA.