A Closer Look at the Top Ten Gifts of 2011

by | Jan 4, 2012 | Gifts, Stationery

The Top Ten Gifts of 2011 Are Here

As promised yesterday, today is a quick look back at my Top Ten Gifts from 2011. This is my personal choice but I hope you like them too.

pegasus locket

1. Pegasus Locket by Bonbi Forest – I love this collection of fab & funky lockets, so unique & special.

tan leather bucket bag

2. A gorgeous squashy leather bag by Cha Cha from their ever-evolving, wonderful collection.

leather cuffs with charms

3. Cuffs by Chambers & Beau – edgy and pretty at the same time, these cuffs can be customised to create a personal piece of jewellery to treasure.

mole children's shoes

4. Mole Shoes by Daisy Roots – so cute!! The collection has a whole heap of bright, fun shoes for kids but the mole design is my favourite.

green acrylic bird box

5. With nature-loving friends this high-tech bird feeder by Flock Follies really stood out – high tech design for feathery friends.

buttongirl mugs

6. freckleface create cards and gifts to make you happy; well, I loved this collection of mugs so mission accomplished.

pull a long caterpillar toy

7.  The toy collection at Little Bird Told Me is just brilliant and I loved this Caterpillar Pull-A-Long Toy, which is high-fun and high-quality.

floral notecards

8. Rachael Taylor Designs is home to the most gorgeous patterns, and in 2011 I loved this box of floral notelets – so pretty.

egg and toast ceramic breakfast train

9. Reiko Kaneko designs fine bone china homeware products, and there are so many amazing items in the collection but my favourite was the Breakfast Express set – technically it’s 3 separate items, but you’d have to treat yourself to the whole set.

chalk and cheese t-shirt set

10. Finishing up today is the Chalk and Cheese Twinset by Twisted Twee – creating unique, cool, clothes and accessories; I love the whole collection but in the end I chose this fab set.

I hope you enjoyed looking through the list, it was hard to pick just ten but hopefully I managed the ‘harsh but fair’ thing. Let me know what you think in the comments below.

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