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CAMELBACK FLOWERSHOP HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE SERIES 04//2017

So Fresh and So Clean Holiday Guide 2017 //Air plant //Japanese Brush //Quartz //Handmade Soap //Maison Louis Marie Candle (variety) //Maison Louis Marie Scent We are constantly in the mix of fresh at the flowershop. Fresh blossoms, fresh dirt, fresh branches, fresh citrus, fresh, fresh, fresh. We wanted to bring you a guide that gave our clients: fresh. Air plants are our go to for those with a green and black thumb. We can give you all the details when you stop in... Our favorite and best selling scents and candles by Maison Louis Marie are in the shop. They are fresh and real and life like and do all those things to your olfactory to bring back good times...

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CAMELBACK FLOWERSHOP HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE SERIES 03//2017

Make Her Blush Holiday Guide 2017 //Japanese Mirror  (in copper) //Camelback Flowershop Signature Candle //Water Bottle bkr //Lip Gloss //Peach Stilloite Crystal (India) //Board in black This gift guide is for the girl on the go...stop and make her blush. We discovered these cone mirrors (lay flat with mirror underneath) made in Japan and paired it with everything to make a girl blush. These quartz are perfect for the bedside table or the vanity. We have several options, but this piece is a stunner. She traveled to us from India. And speaking of travel, this bkr water bottle will keep you hydrated on your journeys. Be sure to report back.  All items shown are available in the shop. Come on...

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CAMELBACK FLOWERSHOP HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE SERIES 02//2017

For the Cook Holiday Guide 2017 //Brass Cutting Knife  //Cutting Board //Handtowel //Imported Salt and Pepper Grinder (in Hunter and Black) //Pinch pots //Ceramic Bowls  Because we are such fans of food and heirloom quality pieces that can be passed down from generation to generation like the recipes they carry...we decided to focus on the cook. There are more guides to come on the same theme, but lets start with the basics. Bowls, salt, pepper, the cutting board, the knife, and the hand towel. And now we are ready to get started. Share your favorite recipes with us in the comments. Our Laura grows so much of her own food and we love to include harvests in our designs.  Remember we...

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