Happy Weekend: Estella’s Weekly Roundup

December 20, 2013


Enjoy this final pre-Christmas weekend! Hopefully amongst the chaos and to-do lists you are able to squeeze in a few moments to enjoy the magic of the season. See you Monday!

Book ideas for toddlers.

Christmas carols with New Yorkers.

A simple DIY snowman ornament.

Love these new beds & bed linens from Kellie Smits for Buisjes & Beugels.

Awesome gingerbread houses.

Still have to wrap your presents? Make your own wrapping paper!

15 funny Christmas cards.

Cute chipmunk socks.

P.S. In order to receive any final holiday orders by the 24th, make sure you place your orders by 1pm on Monday, 12/23, using overnight shipping.

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