Monday, April 20, 2009

Need Some Ideas For Teacher Gifts? Graduation Gifts? Or Mother's Day?

It's almost May and your list of gifts to buy for all the gift giving occassions is getting long and time is running out. Here are a few of our favorites and some great ideas to boot!



Mother's Day - If your mom doesn't already have the very retro and stylish Oilcloth Adjustable Apron ($20) that is a can't go wrong, must buy that she is sure to love! If she already has the apron, then go for the Large Oilcloth Tote Bag ($25) that can be used for the many trips to the pool this summer or to haul groceries home from the grocery store.



Teacher's Gift - Teachers love anything with their name or initial on it! So, my #1 favorite for this year is the Tumbler ($20 includes initial), perfect to hold any type of drink and looks great sitting on their desk. Another great teacher gift is the Zipper Pouch- small ($9) or large ($14) to hold all the papers they have to grade.



Graduation Gifts - We have great ideas for all graduate ages - from Preschool to Grad School!

Preschool & Kindergarten- All children love the softness of the Mini Minkee Pillows ($25) and they are great for sleepovers too! The Take & Play ($15) offers 2 great gifts in 1 - one side chalk board, one side oilcloth placemat - perfect way to practice your abc's on the go.



Junior High & High School - Once again, minkee leads the way in this catagory with a Full Size Minkee Pillowcase ($35) in the colors of their High School or College they will be attending. For the girls, any of the Cosmetic Bags in variouse styles ($8 - $39) and for the boys - how about a Fullsize Minkee Blanket ($80). One more can't live without item for the females is the Minkee Towel Wrap ($40) - perfect for the dorm or locker room.



Need some other ideas? Just email us with the price range you are looking for and we will give you some ideas that are sure to be a hit! And remember, all items can now be personalized with either an embroidered name, inital, monogram or a vinyl letter!

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