Holiday Shopping Tips

It's the most wonderful time of the year... well almost. The holidays have been looking a lot different the past couple years, especially in the midst of a global pandemic. Whether you're gifting your loved ones in person, or from afar this year; shopping doesn't have to be a hassle! Here's our top 3 tips for smooth shopping this holiday season! 


( Holly Earrings )


Get shopping done sooner, rather than later...                   

Procrastination gets the best of all of us sometimes, but one of the worst feelings when holiday shopping is forgetting to grab something on your list and rushing to the store, only to find an empty shelf; Or arriving on a web page and seeing the words "Out of Stock" written across the screen. 

In addition; This year postal services are expecting global delays with shipping/delivery times, which means shopping early is going to be even more important to ensure your gifts make it to your loved ones on time! 


Consider skipping the physical gifts...              

Now, this tip obviously doesn't apply to most situations but hear me out. Maybe you're celebrating from afar this year and aren't a fan of shipping costs, or perhaps you're celebrating in person but aren't sure exactly what your loved on would like. Gift cards are a perfect option for either of these situations! 

Ivy Lane Clay Co. offers digital gift cards in various denominations between $15 - $100. This gives customers a great gift option in a variety of price ranges! Once purchased, digital gift cards are delivered directly to your inbox right away, which makes them perfect for that last minute gift giving! 


Shop small this holiday season...             

Give a gift that makes everyone happy! Small businesses appreciate the support more than you'd ever know - especially around the holidays! You can also be sure that most small businesses will go the extra mile to make sure your gifts are created, packaged, and shipped with love and care


( Holiday Wreath Earrings - Stud Version )



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