Over the holiday weekend, we were excited when this box arrived. Inside we found that Melissa from Sigh...Gush...Gasp had taken the time to really get to know us and she nailed some of our favorite things! Starbucks? Check. Nail polish? Check. Jewelry? Check. And what girl doesn't love chocolate???
The package looked so pretty when we opened it. We snapped a quick picture before we dug in!
Look at this handmade card by Melissa! It was so incredibly personal and sweet. You can obviously tell that this girl has mad scrapbooking skills.
We're super excited about these nail polishes! The colors are gorgeous and so perfect for summer, plus it's a brand that we've never tried. From left to right are Lilac, Papaya and Mint.
Hello chocolate!! These taste just like a peppermint patty. Mmmm!
Love these earrings and cuff bracelet from Smart Set...a new Canadian brand to us!
Melissa also included a Starbucks gift card for each of us and a reusable tote from Smart Set.
Melissa, thank you SO much! We look forward to getting to know you better. We love your outfit posts and any sightings of your precious Adele!!
We encourage you guys to check out her blog and show her some love from HLNC!
Now on to the giving part of this swap... For the past several weeks we've taken advantage of every opportunity to get to know our secret blogger assignment as well as possible...covertly, of course. We're thrilled that we can now finally talk about her! From across the pond, we'd like to introduce you guys to Charlotte from Lil Miss Chickas. We just adore this girl!! To see what we sent to Charlotte, click here. While you're there, drop Charlotte a comment and follow her blog.
The main thing that we love about blogging is the wonderful sense of community and support that we all give to each other. We're so excited to have had the opportunity to find these two bloggers and we look forward to following them on their blogging journeys. A huge thank you goes out to Danielle for coordinating and hosting this swap! To see more link-ups of the swap fest, be sure to visit Danielle's blog.