So what do you think of these gift idea blog posts? I am constantly amazed with all the beautiful product. There are so many awesome things that it is nice to see everything by theme!
So do you have a teen or tween on your gift list this year? Worried that they are spending too much time on their phones texting? Why not keep their hands and minds active by crafting! Check it out! Do they still say that? Or am I to say, "this product is sick!"
Amy Tangerine Mini Albums & Accessories
These albums are the perfect little projects for a teen or tween. They are small enough to not be overwhelming but have enough pages to add lots of goodies like photos, concert stubs, love letters....oooooh! Each album includes fun stickers and pre-printed pages to prompt creativity. Here is a book opened up so you can see just how fun and eclectic it is!
Ok. Check out how sick this is! OK...I will NEVER get use to that saying! Rewind....check out how
sick cool this product is! Decorative washi tape.....use it instead of ribbon to dress up a page, card or box! Wouldn't this washi tape go great with the album above!?! There are a few other patterns at The Pickle!
Basic Grey Card Kit
Echo Park Mini Theme Collections
Brand new to The Pickle.....These collections are so fun. You get 6 double sized 12x12 sheets of paper and a large sheet of themed stickers ($7.75). I love the number of different collections available! Have a look...there is something for anyone!
As you know, these are the perfect go-to gift for anyone....especially hard to buy for TEENS! You know what I think of them.....yes. I swoon over them! Watch the video and you will have to buy one for everyone on your list. Priced at $14.99 per album and accessories from $2.50-3.50 they are a no brainer. Dare me to sweeten the pot for all you blog fans, yet again? Between NOW and Christmas, buy a Smash Book (any size) and receive an accessory FREE ($2.50 value)!
Hope to see you this week! Open Wednesday 10am-5pm, Thursday 10am-4pm and Saturday 9am-3pm!
PS....You have all been asking and I forgot to post, but the winner of the amazing Christmas Open House basket was Linda Ritchie!