Thursday, 31 January 2008

Be My Valentine Gift Guide Part 1

Heart Frying Pan @ Cox & Cox (I would kill for one of these!! So Cute!!)

The Book of the Kiss @ Cox & Cox

I Love You Screenprinted Hearts by Sarah Parrott @ Etsy


Teatowel from Fisk & Fern @ Etsy

Flowers from Saipua ( only if you live in New York)


Antique Victorian Sterling Luggage Tag Bracelet @ Paris Hotel Boutique

Love Gift bags @ Kikki.k

Break The Routine Print Studio Mela @ Etsy


Here is Part 1 of my Be My Valentine Gift Guide...just enough to whet your appetite!! Enjoy... there's more to come!!

32 comments:

Joanna Goddard said...

that frying pan is amazing! can you imagine little heart omelettes:) xoxo

LondonCalling said...

Love the luggage tag bracelet!

Anita said...

Those soaps are beautiful... They remind me of little soaps my Grandmother always had next to her bathroom sink, and I never could understand, as a little girl, why I was not allowed to use them! :)

Kristi @ Addicted*2*Decor said...

Some wonderful finds! I don't know much about flowers and plants, so can someone tell me what that flower is from Saipua? It's such a gorgeous flower!

love.boxes said...

Oh I just wish all of those lovely Valentines were mine! I know you're probably supposed to think of giving them.. but.. they are so gorgeous! :)

Sabina said...

Wonderful selection!!

Sabina ~

girl meets glamour said...

I love, love, love those soaps!! I'm going to check the site out right now!

~Kate

Mrs. Jules said...

A very nice Valentine's guide. I wanted to let you know that I left you a little something on my site today. :)

Suzy said...

Love those flowers! - another reason to move to NY!

design for mankind. said...

A gift for you:
http://designformankind.blogspot.com/2008/01/its-time.html

Thanks for being a daily inspiration of mine!

Chic and Charming said...

The heart frying pan is perfect...I hope my husband gets me one for Valentines!

pve design said...

valentine's day is my most favorite, love red, hearts, and all the love one feels- especially in your post!

Adla said...

I heart the soaps and all the other hearty finds :)

Anna Spiro said...

Hi Kristi - the flower you were questioning is a Dahlia - so beautiful aren't they!!
X
Anna

Anna Spiro said...

Oh yes I agree Joanna and I hadn't thought of heart shaped omelettes -how cute!!
X
Anna

Anna Spiro said...

Londoncalling - me too. I have been looking at it for ages and I'm so thrilled as my mum just bought it so now I can borrow it from her!!!
X
Anna

Anna Spiro said...

Anita - I can't believe you think that because that is exactly what they reminded me of too - my gradma always had these types of soaps and I think she still has them!
X
Anna

Anna Spiro said...

Oh Love.boxes how cute you are!!
X
Anna

Anna Spiro said...

Thanks Sabina & GMG - they have the most beautiful soaps!
X
Anna

Anna Spiro said...

Hi Mrs Jules - so sweet of you! Thank you so much!!
XX
Anna

AnastasiaC said...

a great selection Anna!
you know i adore Cox & Cox in the UK...they have such a great range of gifts!

All Things Bright and Beautiful... said...

The flowers and the frypan - Very cute :-)

IRENE said...

Oh that soap! C&C is great for whimsical little presents. I have shopped from them many times and they have never disappointed me with their products or their service.

Carolina Eclectic said...

I would love the heart shape frying pan...so my husband can make breakfast for me of course.

Absolutely Unique said...

Love all your hearty gift ideas!

Style Saves the World said...

such great finds! i love that print!!

Patricia Gray said...

Sigh...they are all so beautiful!

Keren @ The Cupcake Company said...

Gorgeous selection can't wait to see the rest.

I just love etsy its a complete treasure trove of fabulousness.

Joy said...

I love the heart frying pan!! How many cute little things could you make... sandwiches, omelettes, quesadillas... so fun!!

What a great idea!

M.KATE said...

what i will do to have all these stuff..so beautiful !!

Abbey said...

LOVE these!

things are better with a parrott said...

thank you, Anna, so much for including my little screenprinted hearts in your beautiful blog!