Prepare to have your heartstrings tugged. This family-founded company not only makes handmade glass figures akin to your finest heirlooms, but it does so for charity, too. Think Pink Nick. Claus for a Cure. Each of these (adorably named) ornaments supports an awareness organization, from Alzheimer’s to HIV/AIDS. Scooping one up? Sounds like a fine holiday tradition.

Christopher Radko Ornaments for Charity

In the giving spirit? Visit The 12 Days of Merry: Christopher Radko Ornaments Boutique on Wednesday, November 27, at 11AM ET.

By Julia Ivins, Staff Writer

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November 27, 2013

From copying a girl at work to immortalizing the family bulldog (by way of Warhol), here’s a look at all the lovely things I’ll be snapping up off of Rue this week.

1. Mirror ball ornaments. Since I was at least age five, my mom’s go-to holiday décor has been these little mirror balls – so here’s to continuing tradition in my own teeny apartment. The best part? They totally pass as year-round details (and year-round reason to get dancing). Our The 12 Days of Merry: Time to Trim the Tree Boutique opens Sunday, November 11, at 11AM ET.

2. AllPopArt Custom Classic Pop Warhol Portrait. No – I am not a cat lady. This pop print is merely a prime example of AllPopArt’s unrivaled handiwork. There’s a very adorable English bulldog I know (ahem, Maddie Stanley) who deserves to be immortalized by way of Warhol. Our AllPopArt Boutique opens Monday, November 13, at 11AM ET.

3. Kelsi Dagger boot. A girl in the office has a pair of boots like these and looks so, so cool in them. I’ve been aggressively coveting them ever since their debut – and now they’re finally about to become mine. Our Long Live Boots: Wear Now, Love Forever Styles Boutique opens Tuesday, November 12, at 11AM ET.

By Sarah Stanley, Staff Writer

Looking forward to something next week? Let us know in the comments below, or tweet us @ruelala.

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November 11, 2012