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Deck the Halls with Personalized Christmas Stockings! New, Classic, and Fun Designs for the Whole Family, Even Your Pet

      Along with trimming the tree, hanging stockings on the mantle is one of our favorite Christmastime customs.  Folklore tells us that the tradition goes way back to when Saint Nicolas learned about a poor man who couldn’t afford to pay a dowry for his three daughters.  Saint Nic decided to help the man, and took three bags of gold down the chimney of the family’s home. Once inside, he found the girls’ stockings ...

Lillian Vernon Debuts Exclusive Design Partnership with Anders Ruff

  Lillian Vernon is excited to announce our new design partnership with Anders Ruff, the go-to online shop for unique and stylish invitations, stationery, printables and party accessories.  We have teamed up with Maureen Anders to bring you some of her exclusive designs that can only be found at Lillian Vernon, from personalized paper products and sleeping bags, to water bottles, towels and even dog accessories.  They all make great ...

FIVE PET SAFETY TIPS TO FOLLOW ON HOWL-EEN

HAPPY HOWL-EEN Halloween should be a fun holiday for you and your pets. Doting on our dogs and family pets plays an integral part of the Lillian Vernon lifestyle.  But sometimes All Hallow’s Eve can be a spooky night for pups [and people!] who may get nervous about ghosts and goblins.  So please follow these pet safety tips from the Southampton (NY) Animal Shelter to ensure a safe and happy Howl-een. Plus, don’t forget that ...

Dog Trainer to the Stars, Tamar Geller, Will Teach You How to Coach Your Best Friend

“Borrowing from JFK, ‘Ask not what your dog can do for you, but rather what you can do for your dog,'” says Tamar Geller, best-selling author and Lillian Vernon guest blogger. “We all have a dream of what our new dog will be like, how awesome our relationship will be, how proud they will make us, and how connected we will be. But to get there it takes some play-training.”  Tamar shares some tips for training ...