Each of the legwarmers came in their own owl “burlap like” drawstring bag (with logo/name stamped on the front) and a shipping tag attached (with removable string) that contained her name on one side and washing instructions/material content on the back.
Seeing as these are 75% wool and 25% nylon, she suggests machine wash cold and dry low. I love that it’s so easy. I don’t know about you but if something says “dry clean only or hand wash” I either don’t buy it or throw it in the washing machine anyways and hope for the best.
Also included was a business card with an owl on it (I’m sensing a theme), one of her creations on the front (an owl) and balls of yarns on the back. The little personalized note came on card stock (love that too) with an owl stamp and a little strip of (wallpaper like) paper.
I absolutely loved the owl theme and DIY-like feel throughout.
The only problem was that the package arrived when Nanna was here (I’ll have to time things better) and the leg warmers were too cute (totally Melissa’s fault!). In turn, one pair was
stolen traded (for a not so nice pair). Before you go and feel sorry for me, did I mention that Melissa threw in an extra pair of warmers. Yes, that makes three pairs in total. Her excuse was that I’d had to wait too long to receive them. I think that she’s just like that. Truth be told, I can’t even remember how long they took to arrive (maybe a few weeks) and besides, I’d told her that there wasn’t any rush (apparently that was my fault, smile).
To top it off, Melissa is Canadian and you all know how I heart Canadians. Save yourself the hassle of searching for the perfect gift and just check out Melissa’s shop, Vintage Baby Revival. There’s something for everyone and if you have a baby in your future, she has some one-of-a-kind items for your little nugget!