Christmas At Tiffany’s

They say breakfast is the most important meal

To help start the day, and to get our Christmas sale off to a good start, we are offering this set of 5 handcrafted ornaments in ‘Tiffany Blue’ on sale. Our ornaments are usually 4/$100, so you are getting a free ornament! They make a unique one of a kind artisanal gift for any Christmas enthusiasts on your list!

Not quite what you are looking for?

You can see all of our ornament sets being offered here.

The iconic blue might be the first thing one thinks of when referencing Tiffany’s. A close second would be the movie ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ made famous by the iconic and legendary Audrey Hepburn.

Don’t be the ‘timber’ lady if you are heading to any holiday parties this season!

Let us know what you think of this set of ornaments in the comments below!

So I say, what about, Breakfast at Tiffany’s?

What is your favourite scene from the film (if you’ve see it)?


    1. haha! And ‘Cat’ as the cat is named really is a star of the show. As most cats would think they are!

    1. Even if you just watch the party scene for the laughs, it is well worth it! Though there are some beautiful moments that will also give you the feels. They don’t often make movies like that one anymore!

  1. Breakfast at Tiffany’s is one of my favs. I haven’t seen it for awhile but you’ve motivated me in going to see where it’s streaming. Have a great rest of your week. Blessings and Peace!

    1. I think they have it on youtube for free, but I could be mistaken. Thanks so much for your kind wishes. I hope you have an amazing week filled with happiness and peace.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind comment. It was a wonderful story and she played the part perfectly! I hope you are having a great day!

  2. I like best the short story that inspired the movie. I prefer reading a story much more than watching it acted out in a movie. But, I remember the movie as a teenager – and my favorite part is the song, “Moon River.” I also loved the scene of Hepburn looking in Tiffany’s window – window shopping for breakfast. I was married in 1961, so I know I was married at the time I saw the movie -that’s a long time ago – because I’ve been married for 60 years.

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