What better way to help your sister missionary ring in the new year than a cute watch necklace? These pretty pieces are the perfect combo of decorative jewelry and functional utility. Plus, you can find them in a variety of styles (don’t believe me? Just try searching on etsy), so you can be sure to pick out something that’s just right for your missionary. A few of my favorites? Well, since you asked…I adore this little camera and this sweet teapot, and please don’t get me started on this vintage sewing machine. Also, if we’re being completely honest, I already own this robot necklace. And look! He comes as a keychain, too!
These necklaces are inexpensive, and should be very lightweight when it comes to shipping. That’s good news for sister missionaries overseas!
There are several beautiful necklaces — and gifts for men, too!
A necklace is inexpensive to mail, which is great news if your missionary is serving overseas, but beware of investing in an expensive gift is there’s a chance the package won’t arrive.
I was so excited when I found this! Bath & Body Works makes Clover Lotion ~ how perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, or anytime during Spring. Here’s the page where you can order online: Clover and Aloe Scents
I recently attempted to purchase some clothes for my cousin, who’s serving in Korea. After striking out at several stores, I had to return home empty handed. I thought I’d start posting clothing pieces I come across. This lovely top is from Downeast Outfitters, a definite go-to store for cute modest wardrobes. Be sure to check the specific standards for each mission before committing to anything!
Some Valentine’s Day gifts may seem a little obvious, but receiving a thoughtful present from a loved one is never cliche. An inexpensive heart pendant necklace is all it takes to make it Valentine’s Day all February long, and if the necklace is simple, she can wear it throughout her mission. Most importantly, she’ll feel the love coming from you!
This is a fun and simple craft that is sure to add autumn festivity to your missionary’s day. I found this craft, and detailed instructions, on the following website:
Basically, the effect is achieved by sewing silk leaves together with thread, and then dangling them from the top of a window. Step inside any craft store, and you will easily find the ingredients you need. Include tape, or better yet, hooks (like the Command brand) so your missionary can hang these beautiful decorations.