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T-Hee!

Last night I was invited to a grand opening blogger party at T-Hee Greetings. Oh my word! Did I have fun . . . and I found a million things I would totally use in my home and for my family.

I’m not much of a decorator – I don’t dress my home for every small holiday and I don’t have the coolest knick-knacks or latest trends unless someone gives me one to review for my blog. But this store had a million things that I was in love with!

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For example these adorable cups. I have had one of these that frustrated me because it wouldn’t stay water tight. I have to have something that can be washed in the dishwasher and still remain durable!

 

But these were by far my favorite! made out of the same durable plastic and with a pressure sealed lid and straw – I would never have to worry about spills. And the straw has a lip on the bottom so your child can’t just come along and steal the straw out . . . I know some of you mommies know exactly what I’m talking about. image

And these bibs? Oh my word, incredibly soft and absolutely adorable. I don’t have a baby who wears bibs anymore and I have never had a girl . . . and I still almost bought one!

They have every seasonal item and college themed item you could imagine. If you have a hard to buy for person on your Christmas gifts list, this is a store you should check out.

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This store has two locations in the DFW area – Lake Highlands (Abrams/Mockingbird) and North Dallas (Walnut Hill/Audelia). But if you’re not local, you can still take advantage of the great items offered by this store online at t-heegifts.com and Party, Chick and Paper. (A little birdie told me there are great deals to be had at these websites too, so I’ll be checking that out and getting back to you on it!)

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