July 16, 2014

Wednesday Wish List {Mark and Graham}


As promised I'm back with this week's Wednesday Wish List feature!!
I hope you are loving my new blog design as much as I am!!
If you missed my 200th post today you can catch up on it here!!
 
If you've been following me you probably already know that I have a small ok, huge obsession with Pinterest as well as getting new catalogs and magazines in the mail.... I love to shop and make wish list's (hence the reason I created this weekly feature) so needless to say I was so excited when I received the summer 2014 catalog from Mark and Graham!! Happy mail as I like to call it!!
 
 Mark and Graham is a Williams-Sonoma, Inc. company that made it's debut in 2012  offering colorful and timeless gifts and accessories, that can be personalized in over 50 unique monograms and type treatments. I love anything that can be personalized and Mark and Graham is the perfect choice for all those special gifts that create a real special meaning when a personalization is added!! If you love any type of typography you will fall in love with Mark and Graham products which take personalization to the next level!! Here are some of my favorite items currently on my wish list!

 







 
I went a little crazy but there are just so many cute things I couldn't
pick just one!! My favorite by far is the Preserved Myrtle Box!!
 
To see more amazing gift ideas or items to add to your wish list
from Mark and Graham, go here and let me know your favorites!!
The possibilities are endless!!

*Please note this is not a sponsored post. Just sharing what I love.*
 
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