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Easy Gift Ideas For Your Mom

Mother’s Day will be here before you know it, so don’t wait until the last second to get your mom something great. We have a few great little gift suggestions that will definitely put a smile on your mom’s face. Stop in today to pick them up!

For the elegant, classy mom, how about picking up some of our Tokyo Milk so that she can spoil and pamper herself? We have a variety of delicious smelling fragrances in candles, solid perfumes (my favorite is Sencha Blu) and bubble baths.

If your mom is one that loves to get her hands dirty out in the garden, protect her delicate skin from the sun with this great gardening hat from Scala. Or put a smile on her face and make her feel like a kid again with these fun animal watering cans that just arrived today (available in various colors and styles)!

If you want to get your mom something that is meaningful, how about an Blee Inara charm bracelet? The charms work to ward off the “evil eye” protecting your mom from anything that might seek to harm her. What better way to say “I Love You”?

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Newest Fashion Trend – Blee Inara Charms

Ivonne Kino, creator of the Blee Inara line of bracelets, necklaces and other great additions for your jewelry box, first got the idea from her mother who resided in Mexico. When Ivonne’s first child was born, her mother gave her an eye charm for her baby to wear for protection.

Since then, Ivonne has created a line of jewelry that people can find meaning in. Her line is inspired by a sense of harmony, bliss, goodwill and peace. Designed to look good even when layered, her jewelry is fashionable and will help to remind you of the good things in life.

Featured in Glamour and Sports Illustrated, we at Denim and Lace now bring these gorgeous bracelets to you (prices range from $22-35). Whether you buy one or twenty for yourself or your friends, you’ll create an unforgettable look.

The accessories contain the all seeing eye of protection, which is a universal spiritual symbol representing spiritual sight, inner vision, high knowledge and insight, much like the eye that appears on the $1 bill. It’s also worn as protection against the “evil eye” ~ spooky!

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