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jewelry designs that are sophisticated and yet rooted in simplicity
Houston Studio Shopping Hours
Come sip an mimosa while you do your holiday shopping in style at our Houston Studio in Rice Village! We’ll make it super easy on you with free gift wrap and free shipping directly to your gift recipients. Or, grab a little sparkle for your own holiday party ensemble! Join us during one of our open studio hours below.
Tuesday, December 13th 9am to 2pm
Thursday, December 14th 9am to 2pm
Saturday, December 17th 10am to 3pm
Tuesday, December 20th 9am to 2pm
Thursday, December 22nd 9am to 2pm
Pop in for a quick bit and say hi! Can’t make it? No worries! Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment. Or, feel free to shop online with our FREE SHIPPING for the month of December!
Join us on Thursday, December 8th from 9am to 2pm in our open studio in Rice Village to do your holiday shopping in style! We’ll have muffins + mimosas and lots of lovely sparkles to help you check off your holiday gift list. We offer complimentary gift wrap and shipping as well, so there’s one less thing for you to worry about. We have great options for teacher gifts, that special something for your BFF, something to dazzle your mother-in-law or the perfect bit of sparkle for your own holiday party ensemble!
It’s time for our 12 Days of Christmas Bling Event!
This holiday season, we are offering 12 chances for you to save big on our jewelry designs. Whether you’re in the market for a gift for that special someone, your precious mom or your own sweet daughter, we’ve got something for everyone on this list.
Each day, we will feature a different design for up to 60% off for that day only. We’re offering free shipping on ALL orders through December 31st and free gift wrapping as well – just check the box at checkout and let us know what the gift note should say. Holiday shopping has never been so easy!
We are offering free USPS Priority Mail shipping for the holidays again this year! We like to keep it simple and make it as easy on you as possible, so there is no coupon code required. Just shop our website, select USPS Priority Mail as your shipping option at checkout and the discount will automatically be applied – 100% free shipping! Each year, our customers rave about this service because, along with our free gift wrap and handwritten notes for each gift, their holiday shopping couldn’t be simpler…or more fun! Just shop online, enter your gift recipients’ information for the shipping address, check the “gift” box at checkout and let us know in the notes section what you’d like your gift note to read and we’ll do the rest for you! (Feel free to polish off your holiday shopping in your jammies with a cup of hot cocoa in your hands – we’ll never tell!) Happy holidays!
Mike Grgich (pronounced Gur-gitch) made history back in 1976 when his chardonnay was chosen in the now-famous “Paris Tasting.” Then, he was with Chateau Montelena (another fun winery to visit) and they literally put Napa on the map, causing people to start taking California wines seriously. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you should definitely read Judgement of Paris or watch the movie Bottle Shock, which I found highly entertaining. (more…)
Tonight, the fam packed up and headed to The Houstonian hotel for some hot chocolate by their giant fireplace. They have huge gingerbread houses surrounding the top of it with a train that drives around them, so we knew that would be a huge hit with the boys. (We weren’t mistaken on that one.) It was so much fun to sit by a roaring fire, sipping on hot chocolate, while the boys ran around and marveled at the train. The Houstonian’s decorations are absolutely stunning and put us all in the holiday spirit, for sure. (more…)
I love Christmas. Like, a lot. I know, I know. Everyone says that. But I really, really, really love it. Like, I get sad the day after Thanksgiving because that marks the beginning of the true Christmas season and I feel like that means it is already slipping away. That’s crazy, right? My husband certainly thinks so.
I love the meaning of Christmas most of all. Beyond that, I love the music, the gorgeous decorations, the yummy treats, the chilly weather, the hot chocolate, the beautifully adorned trees… The list truly goes on and on. When I was a little girl, we discovered that I’m allergic to real Christmas trees. Total bummer, I know. But, what can you do? Sneezing your way through the Christmas season is no way to enjoy this magical time. (more…)