Wednesday, November 30, 2011

{December Picks: Making A List - Checking It Twice}

Well it's close enough to the beginning of the month - so you know what that's time for my December picks. This month I thought it was appropriate to share with you my favorite 6 items from my personal Christmas list. Yes I am {clearing throat} years old, and yes me and my sisters are still required to submit lists to Santa {simply because my parents don't have any grandchildren yet, so the focus is still on us, and we're ok with that}. To check out my entire Christmas list click here!
December holiday picks
1. Customized iPhone case. You pick the design, the colors, and what you would like to have written on it. I'm going for the grey chevron with Jessica written in black. You like?

2. Dwell studio gold urchin. I love this little guy - and while it's sold out on the Dwell site, Jamie over at Furbish has them in her store. Score!

3. I've blogged about this Kate Spade weekender bag several times before. This weekend, it went on sale and I sent the message to one of Santa's elves to make sure he gets the memo.

4. American Fashion Designers at Home book. You know I love coffee table books, and you know I love fashion and interiors - so duh....perfect!

5. Ice cream maker. I would say this is my top item on the list. I have big plans for making low cal/low fat recipes - I'm obsessed with ice cream, so I'm dying to make my own.

6. Don't you love this shuguh {sugar} bowl. Super cheap and super cute. It's mine.

So there's a sneak peak of my list - again, to see all of the items above and lots of others - click here. What's on your lists??? Any must-haves?

1 comment:

  1. This is so great! I am in my mid-twenties, and my older sister and I still have to write out wish-lists for Santa, so that his "elves" can get us what we actually want. I think it is a fair trade off for getting presents that I will love and put to good use!


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