What a whirlwind last weekend was! Unique LA Holiday Show 2017 is 1 week behind us and I’m just barely recovering. It was so much fun! It’s always good to see old friends and booth neighbors, but the best part is seeing customers in person.
Can you believe it’s December 1st? I don’t know about you but Charlie and I have a crazy month of December and then it’s off to see my Dad, Lola, and family in the Philippines for 3 weeks!
Our hectic schedule begins with Unique LA this weekend and I have to say, I have so much fun at this show. I’ve made so many friends, met so many great people, and have really been able to put my products in front of a really big audience whenever I do this show. They think about the vendors and the customers that shop so that we’re all happy campers and I think the positive vibes really show.
I’m particularly excited about this show, it’s our 4th year participating and probably 6th or 7th show! Can’t believe time has flown by that fast. We’re super prepared and have tons of product ready for you by this weekend, including our best selling cards, some available in boxed sets and all available individually. 😀
Hope to see you all at Unique LA this weekend! I’ll be posting some awesome finds on our Instagram stories so don’t forget to give us a follow. Let’s shop small together!
I am in full Christmas mode over here! These designs below (and more!) are on our website NOW and are available in single cards and boxed sets.
I know this is silly to say, but I’m making the holidays magical this year damnit! 😛 I was very blessed growing up. My mom, dad, aunts, and uncles made Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve very special for me and my cousins when we were kids. We dressed up, had planned out full menus, and really fun parties. When I reminisce back to those days it makes me so happy.
When I designed these cards I remembered the days of when I was a kid and all the feels I felt during this time of year. It’s a time for family, friends, giving, selflessness, and faith. It’s why it’s my favorite time of the year (pun intended). When I close my eyes I remember the multicolored Christmas lights that rimmed my childhood home. They never came down and stayed up all year long lol. The day after Thanksgiving, they would finally be turned on.
I remember trying to eat a fake glittered strawberry ornament and crying my eyes out cuz it was disgusting lol! Since then I’ve stuck to the normal round not-food-looking ornaments.
I hope you have a happy, festive, and loving holiday season this year! Spend time with loved ones, give the gift of love, and fill your heart with the warmth of the season!