SoEclectic.com


I’m being a good daughter this year — and saving myself a lot of last minute trouble — by not waiting until the Saturday before to pick out a gift for my mom. I got her something I know she’ll love, and it reminds me of the vacation we took together last summer.

My mom is actually pretty easy to shop for. She’s a big fan of rings, especially oversize ones, and she can generally use something practical for the dogs under my parent’s foster home rescue care. Of course, she’s also a fan of impractical things for dogs and dog decorations, so there are plenty of directions you can go.


Red Dog Collar I Love You Th…

$18.00

Dog Tail Leash Holder – Wasa…

$14.95

Dog Collar Bow Tie Set…..F…

$34.95

Leather dog collar / 1 inch …

$20.00

Reversible Pet Sling – Metro…

$39.00

Custom Blue and Brown Argyle…

$15.00

Large Ring Flower Cabochon R…

$19.95

Rhinestone Ring Wire Wrapped…

$8.50

925 Oversized Ring with Gold…

$140.00

I went with a mix of both practical and impractical gifts, but I tried to only pick out things we would both really like. I don’t think she’d be as excited about the mix-tape pattern collar as I am, but I hope she’d love the dog leash holder just as much. I love how bright and fun this one is, but I found some other, more subdued versions too.

Maybe if I get her a ring she really likes, she would let me put the bowtie on Jojo, my parents dachshund. He would look like such a gentleman!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger... #, #, #, #


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Welcome to So Eclectic

So Eclectic is a blog dedicated to great ideas for home design. Austin, Texas-based writer Mary Marcum and Savannah, Missouri-based writer Jess Rezac feature affordable decor, decorating solutions, and inspiration. At So Eclectic, we experiment with design together. So Eclectic posts new content every weekday.

More About So Eclectic »
About Our Authors »

Hope Chest

In our hope chest, we share products that complement our home aesthetic or make us excited about the directions of new design.

 
 
© 2011, Mary Marcum and Jess Rezac at SoEclectic.com