This is an amazing site where all kinds of beautiful, on-trend handmade things are being sold to fund the battle that many children and their families are fighting against childhood cancer. From babies to kids, adults and their homes, this is a one stop shopping source. The cherry on top? The prices. Seriously. How many times have you wanted to shop in support of a great cause but the prices were steep? I've totally been there. This site offers trendy, gorgeous items that are uber affordable. The savings are ridiculous!
Here are just a few of my favorite items that are being featured right at this very moment:
Drawer pulls, $3.99
Girls floral rompers, $12.99
Inspirational decor prints, $10
They only feature particular items for a limited amount of time, so check in often! I'm thinking I might get my Christmas shopping done early this year. :) And if you have a particular craft that you'd be interested in selling in support of the fight against childhood cancer, mosey over to the Feature Me link and find out how you can get started!
Last week I caught these most beautiful Mexican blankets by Six and Grand on P.S. I Adore You right before their deal ended, (again, thanks to Mandi). You can still purchase these directly from Six and Grand, they're just not discounted at P.S. I Adore You anymore; as I mentioned, all items are only featured for a limited amount of time.
I snagged two intending to maybe wrap one up as a gift. But, once they came in the mail I couldn't bring myself to part with either. I have a feeling that may be my biggest issue with this site...
One thing I love about these blankets are the specks of various colors sprinkled throughout the piece. They're not one solid color, they're made with a rainbow of colors which give them beautiful depth and interest!
If you're in the market for a unique gift idea, (or to treat yourself!), please head over to P.S. I Adore You. Find something pretty and help fund a fight which no child or their family should ever have to fight, much less alone.
Thank you so much for stopping by!
This post was published under Chelsea's Garage, now affectionately known as StyleMutt.