Red Envelope for Great Gifts

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If you are looking for a place to buy great gifts, Red Envelope is an online place you might want to look at. I have purchased items from Red Envelope in the past and have been very happy with the quality of what I received.

I was able to buy a couple of more things last month from their online site. Here’s what I got:

First, I got the Mini Casserole Dish.

Yes, as many of the reviews on the site state, it is small (hence the “mini” in the name of the product).

It’s for a single serving portion, and I got it personalized with “Good Food” on it.

The picture above shows it with 10 ounces of cooked rice in it. This little dish is awfully cute. I could see it making a nice housewarming gift, or a set of two for an engagement or wedding gift with “His” and “Hers” on them.

I also got the Apple & Bee Eco Wristlet in the Apple of My Eye design.

With my ‘Apple Fan Girl’ status I thought it was quite appropriate to tote around. I have been using it for quick trip outings where I only need to carry my phone and a couple of other items.

It has a really nice sheen to it, and it’s fully lined.

It’s a nice gift and is affordable at just $19.95. Plus you can feel good knowing you’re keeping the planet cleaner by using it, since it’s an eco-friendly product.

I always enjoy looking around on Red Envelope to see the unique gifts they offer. There are gift ideas for everyone, in an assortment of price ranges as well. So whether you’re shopping for a birthday, graduation or other special occasion – or giving a gift ‘just because’, you might find the perfect gift at Red Envelope.

I received a gift certificate to purchase items to review. All opinions are my own, and were not influenced by the gift certificate. Did you know you can subscribe to Tammy Litke‘s blog Three Different Directions via RSS Feed or by e-mail subscription to keep up on new posts?

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