These adorable leather teardrop earrings come in a variety of colors and designs and are made by a small company in Liberty, Missouri. They keep coming up in my instagram feed and I keep loving them and wishing I had pierced ears. Yes, I’m like the 5% of people who don’t have pierced ears, so I’m living vicariously through everyone else – please buy these earrings. These teardrops come in 3 sizes (all the same price) and they also have cuffs and other accessories to browse through. Their prices are fantastic, so keep these in mind for stocking stuffers!
I love most anything that is mercury glass, so it should be no surprise that I saw these mercury glass ornaments on pottery barn’s website and felt I must have them. Not only do they come in the classic silver/gold color, but they also have red and green ones. They are so delicate and pretty….so maybe not the best idea if you have rowdy kids and active dogs, but otherwise a wise purchase. They come in a pack of 6 and are on sale right now for right around $20, so if you’re in the market to freshen up your holiday decor (and let’s face it, everyone is), this is definitely the way to go. Even if these aren’t going on the tree, set them in garland around your mantle or hang them from fishing wire from your windows. Any place they land, they’ll be showstoppers.
I’ll admit these are a bit of a splurge item. Something you don’t necessarily need, but something that will look great on your table during a holiday party. These mini cake stands come in walnut, maple and cherry. Select a mix of woods when purchasing for an intriguing look. All are gorgeous and all will make a statement.
Heirloom is an amazing website for gifts of all kind, so be sure to peruse the site. The couple who makes the items are based in Brooklyn and have been featured in top magazines and on popular tv shows. Their items range in prices, so don’t feel like everything is a splurge item. Have a party you’re going to in late December? Order one of these pieces for a hostess gift and you’ll be invited back, year after year.