Boesem Gift Guide 2010 starts today…


Can u believe it…it's already 20 October today, it seems like getting older means that time flies faster…but I don't mind, I enjoy my life very much and I'm truly looking forward to a new Holiday Season. Yesterday I went to a pop-up shop party here in KL and heard people talking about Christmas Gifts and I thought, my timing is perfect….by starting the Gift Guide 2010 from Bloesem for you today…


More than 10 categories will be passing by during the next couple of weeks, starting with the Office today. Al the Gifts will be listed in this seperate page; one-stop-shopping, to make it easy for you…hope you like my ideas!

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Bloesem loves comments
  1. Suz

    Congratulations for the new look! its calm and feminine.
    What a great idea the post of the gift guide 🙂
    Suz from LittleBlueDay

  2. Tania

    I’m just getting back from five days in Los Angeles to find a beautiful new look to bloesem. Bravo!!!! I also am loving the Gift Guide and can’t wait to see what goodies you recommend. 🙂

    Lovely job Irene!


  3. Stephanie

    love that reusable sleeve for the coffee cup! I wonder if I would ever be able to remember to bring it with me though.

  4. Stephanie

    just checked the website for the reusable cup sleeve.

    First I was all “yaaay! it can be a bracelet too! now i’ll never forget it”

    But then I was all “noooo it’s already sold out :(”

    A roller coaster of emotions

  5. Liz

    Like your ideas..? I LOVE them!!! If my family would have all the money in the world, I’d put them all on my wishlist 🙂

  6. Hilary

    Lovely selection. I wish I could afford the wooden anglepoise…maybe Santa will be good this year 🙂

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