Hanging and filling up a Christmas stocking could be considered one of the highlights of any Holiday celebration. It’s a fun and exciting way to gather everyone around as they discover what’s in store for them. How do you pick your stuffers? Do you go for something useful, whimsical, quirky, edible, expensive, crafty or hobby-related? Stockings come in different sizes, colors, material and theme but there’s one thing for sure, it’s a time-honored tradition that kids and grown ups look forward to every year!
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People treasure memories in different ways. Some scribble on their diaries, others collect items, pictures and other memorabilia, some get tattoos and so many more unique and amazing fashion. This is because time is so valuable yet non renewable and every once in a while, we experience the most blissful, unforgettable, life changing events in our lives. Who would want to forget those moments? We hold on to these times because they are a reminder of how beautiful life is and how far we’ve come. It could be your wedding day, graduation, loss of a loved one, birth of your children, baby’s first steps or first words, your 1st business, a bestfriend, the most memorable date, all these experiences molded into you into the person that you are today.
If you are looking for a gift to yourself or a special someone to remind them of the beauty of life and love, check out this My Story Locket! All your greatest memories locked up and close to your heart.
My Story™ Locket with Crystals
When searching for gift ideas, we often look at the recipient’s personality and qualities. If you type in “Gift Ideas for November Birthday Celebrants” on Google, common results would suggest something that represents longevity, intensity, passion, wit, resilience and finer things in life. Topaz or Citrine would come up as their birthstone. Iconic November birthday celebrants include Marie Curie, Bram Stoker, Marie Antoinette, Maria Shriver, Demi Moore, Leonardo DiCaprio, Neil Young, Whoopi Goldberg, Prince Charles, Martin Scorsese, the list goes on and on. Do you identify? Do you think someone you know share the same traits with these famous people?
Here are a few gift ideas for them to get you started:
At a young age, I was fortunate enough to be taught that if you want something you have to work to get it. Toys, clothes, an hour of TV time, ice cream, accessories and so on. Of course, it wasn’t like that all the time. But simple tasks like cleaning up my toys, doing my homework, helping with little things at home earned me the things that I wanted the most. I remember wanting (and daydreaming about) a special bracelet. My mom made it clear that it’s going to cost a bit more money than usual to get it. So I sold pastries, cookies and lemonade for two summers in order to save at least half of what it costs (that was the deal we made). I could not wait to wear it and show it off to my friends. My mom saw how hard I worked to get my share covered and one afternoon, she surprised me with it! She was so proud and pleased and excited! I felt the same! Nothing beats the feeling of getting something that’s both a reward and a gift!
Check out our precious collection of bracelets and necklaces for your little ones! We’re sure they would put away toys as eagerly, make their bed as early, and maybe help with the laundry as much as possible.
This year has definitely seen it’s fair share of precious newborns, cute little one-year old’s and glowing moms with their baby bumps! Personally, I know about a dozen in my circle who has announced a new bun in the oven, birth of a new baby and celebrated 1st year birthdays! I was receiving invitations in the mail mail and through social media almost every month! While I love to attend each and every gathering, thinking of what to bring to celebrate such a wonderful milestone could get overwhelming. Gift registries are always helpful but not everyone chooses to sort through the list. When this happens, some items are duplicated (not always a bad thing), hence the need for gift receipts. But don’t get me wrong – I am a firm believer of the saying – it is the thought that counts, when it comes to gift giving.
If you are looking for a gift for a toddler celebrating his or her birthday or something to bring to a baby shower, check out our selection of personalized gifts. They may not be in the gift registry, but they sure are unique and memorable!