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Christmas Gift Guide-Part 3 (For the Businesswoman)

Now it's time to gather some gifts for the working woman.  All of these gifts are aesthetically pleasing as well as functional.  And best of all, they'll make work so much more bearable!

HoH Gift Guide (Part 3) - For the Businesswoman


1. Leopard iPhone 4 Case by Kate Spade-$40.00.  Every business woman needs to protect their phone.  Why not do it in designer style? 
2. Engravable Business Card Holder by Pottery Barn-$12.00.  This silver case is perfect for storing your business cards and the engravable front adds a personal touch.   
3. Leather Tablet or Laptop Case by CB2-$29.95/$39.95.  Protect your tablet with this fashionable leather case.  It even has a spot to easily access your business cards.
4. Valise Journal by Anthropologie-$24.00.  Get rid of the post-its and pick up this beautiful leather journal to write down your ideas and to do lists.
5. Personalized Stationery by Pinwheel Press-$20.00 for 16.  If you can't get enough of ikat, these personalized note cards are for you.  Pinwheel Press offers a lot of wonderful designs, but this is one of my favorites!  You can change out any of the colors too!
6. Silver Mercury Glass Cup by Origin Crafts-$10.50  Whether used as a small flower vase or a pen holder, this cup will bring a little sparkle to any desk.
7. Set of Two Choo Foo Dogs by Max Accents-$54.00.  These decorative dogs can be used to add a little life to any bookcase and are sure to be a conversation starter.


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