Good Stuff (June 2011)

A Year of Good Wishes

A tiny keepsake is revealed as these unscented candles burn. Each candle’s plaque features a wish, such as joy, love, fun and adventure. Includes a set of 12 candles and one clear glass tray. $69.95. www.redenvelope.com. Photo courtesy of redenvelope.com

Tea for Two

After a long year of teaching, treat your teacher to a relaxing cup of tea. At Silver Tips Tea Room, afternoon tea is served all day, and tea gifts and accessories make browsing lots of fun! Gift cards available in all denominations. Silver Tips Tea Room, 3 N. Broadway, Tarrytown. 332-8515. www.silvertipstea.com.


Emergency Plan

Teachers can’t easily leave the classroom when something comes up, so here’s  a solution kit that fits right into a teacher’s desk. Everything he or she might need when tackling the unexpected. Contains up to 24 “must-haves,” including mending kits and stain removers. $28. Pink deux, 120 S. Ridge St., Rye Brook. 305-5775. [email protected].

Give Thanks

Think of all the year-end gifts a teacher gets – and think of all the thank you notes he or she has to write! A set of personalized note cards helps your teacher show his or her gratitude. Prices based on stationary designer. Therese Saint Claire, 23 Lewis St., Greenwich, Conn. 203-661-2927. www.theresesaintclair.com.


Green Giving

Show your teachers that you appreciate their dedication and you appreciate the environment with a beautiful plant or floral arrangement from Michael’s Garden Gate Nursery. You can design your own arrangement or choose from their extensive selection. Prices vary. Michael’s Garden Gate Nursery, 146 N. Bedford Rd., Mount Kisco. 666-3177.