HI lovelies! Sorry about the break i took yesterday, i’m in Stanford with my Mom and sister and blogging wasn’t on the agenda i’m afraid! I did have a chance to get stuck into the Hello Pretty website – making Christmas lists and whittling down what i’m going to give to who. Online is going to be where i do most of my shopping this year – it’s so much easier than traipsing to the shops with a toddler and a baby in tow. Today’s post features 8 CUTE & QUIRKY buys for friends and family, young and old.
This ostrich ballerina print by Dilly Dolly is a little bit ridiculous and a little bit fabulous! It’s just the kind of silly print that a home office or a kid’s might need! It costs R200 and you can buy it here.
I’ve always loved what Menagerie produce for their Hello Pretty store and this fox cushion is no exception – lovely for a monochrome space, be it a lounge or a nursery, i think it would look fabulous in either! Buy it for R300 here.
Who wouldn’t want to dress up their all white linen with a cheeky pair of eyelashes? I think these would make a great gift. R250 for the set from the Little Trading Co. Buy them here.
This Baby Bunny toy from Mae Anna is too sweet don’t you think? A lovely gift for a baby in your life. It costs R168 and you can buy it here.
Know someone with a weakness for donuts? These handmade clay earrings by Turkey Dimple are a sweet and lovely gesture filled with fun and personality. They cost R90 a pair and you can buy them here.
I absolutely love this hand cut fabricated brass dinosaur ring.It’s made by Smith Jewellery and costs R185. Cute huh? Buy it here.
I would love to receive this Frida Kahlo car license disc sticker as a gift. It’s so unusual and seeing it everyday in my car would give me such a kick! it costs R22 and would make a fantastic stocking filler or a place gift at the Christmas table. Buy it here.
As if you needed to be reminded to be a flamingo in a sea of pigeons – here is a fab, fuschia flamingo print that would bring a dash of happy to any home. It costs R100 and you can buy it here.
See anything that solves a gift giving conundrum?