Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Shop now, ship later, avoid he rush!

Launched in 1999, Red Envelope’s mission is to make gift giving—no matter what the occasion or circumstance—simple and fun. The name Red Envelope comes from an Asian tradition in which gifts are often presented in a simple red envelope—a timeless symbol of good fortune, love and appreciation. We believe that whether a gift is a token of gratitude or a grand gesture of love, its giving and receiving is a cherished occasion in itself.

12 reasons I love mom chocolates - Although we wish we could fit all of your paste-eating, tantrum-throwing, death-defying antics into a box, we couldn't find one big enough. So think of these as the top 12 reasons to love Mom. Exclusively from RedEnvelope. 24 daisies total. chocolates handmade by Oregon's Moonstruck Company $38.00

Pea in a pod necklace - Nestled inside their pod, these pearl "peas" are almost as sweet as Mom's own. New York jewelry designer Michael Michaud was inspired by the real deal when he created this realistic necklace. The pendant may be ordered with one, two, three or four freshwater pearls to represent each of her children. Exclusively from RedEnvelope. From $75.00

Digital photo frame - The next generation of digital photo frames has arrived. This high-resolution frame allows them to display photos directly from their camera's memory card, as well as to share photos and upload slideshows from family and friends with the innovative PicturePlan® service. $199.00

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