:: 1. Good Wishes Quilts $32.55 :: 2. Monkey See Boutique $20 :: 3. Baffin Bags $20 :: 4. Sew EMG $30
Note: Basket #1 is 100% cotton, comes in 2 sizes, and can be folded down for storage and even ironed (if you’re into that… I am). Order by March 10th for Easter delivery. Good Wishes Quilts hails from Kelowna, BC, Canada and each stitch is made by Anne Schneider, featured by Good Morning America, HGTV, and many others. Anne says, “every product made comes with many good wishes for a long and happy life”. How to lovely to think that those positive thoughts become part of the gift you give to your sweet kiddo on Easter. Oh and guess what– if you “like” the Good Wishes Quilts Facebook page Anne will reward you with shop discounts.
Basket #2 has a square-bottom design that folds flat so you can tuck it away in the off-season. Or better yet, re-purpose it as a beach bag or sleepover tote. Monkey See Boutique sells from Chesapeake, VA and offers a ton of amazing personalized gifts. “Like” Monkey See Boutique on Facebook for special deals and promotions.
Basket #3 features an elk print on cotton with grosgrain ribbon embellishments (leave on, or easily remove). After the holidays, shop owner Karen suggests putting the basket on storage duty– perhaps hand towels in the guest bathroom? Order by March 15th to be Easter-ready. Baffin Bags is a Babble favorite out of Tyler, Texas. Keep fabric gifts in mind by “liking” the shop Facebook page.
Basket #4 is a gingham daydream come true that moonlights as a diaper caddy. Put your little boy or girl’s initial front and center and be sure to color-coordinate with his or her bedroom. It comes in aqua, yellow, pink, navy and gray with even more color options for the letter. Kingston, TN is home to Sew EMG, an online shop overflowing with Southern charm and options to customize. Erica’s mission is “to celebrate the rich traditions of the past by preserving life’s sweetest moments with fabric and thread” by creating “modern heirlooms” for her adoring customers. “Like” the Sew EMG Facebook page for specials and discounts.
For the sibling kiddos in your life on any holiday or just because,
Or for any child you adore who loves puppies and cozy jams.
:: 1. Buy infant sizes here on SALE for
$20 $12 ::
:: 2. For toddler sizes, buy here (same price) ::
Note: My mom bought these matching PJs for my little babes, Zoe (3) and Ari (8 mo.) as a “just because” gift. They get quite a kick out of looking alike, especially Zoe, so these sets are going to get a lot of mileage. Be sure to get that camera ready to capture the giggles!
For the quirky little man in your life:
for his Easter basket, Christmas stocking, or just because you like to see him smile.
Buy here on sale for
Note: This JACK SPADE ♥ GapKids hot dog phone case is compatible with the iPhone® 5/5s and it’s 100% Acrylic.
It’s a gift for parents disguised as a gift for the kids.
Get your children or grandchildren ready for nap time with an indoor trampoline to get the whole family through the winter in one piece. Perfect for family rooms or finished basements.
Buy here for $199.99
Note: We bought Zoe (our 3 year old daughter) an indoor trampoline to get us through the winter. It was probably one of our top 5 best parenting decisions to date. We honestly don’t know who loves it more.
And full disclosure– the link above is a referral link. Once you sign up you will get your own referral link to share with friends. How does it work? When a pal places her first order with your referral link you’ll get $15 in credit. Pretty great.
For your child, grandchild, God daughter/son or niece/nephew:
a perfect gift when he or she loses a first tooth
Or better yet, gift this to an expecting mama for her soon to be sweet kiddo
Buy here for $32
Special Note: Beehive Handmade is made up of a pair of lovely and highly credentialed artists, Sandra Bonazoli and Jim Dowd. Sandra teaches at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Jim “has personally soldered most of the architectural metalwork in Bill Gates’ house”. Their collaborative work has been exhibited at the Museum of Arts & Design in NYC.