Though psychic loved ones should always know when you're thinking of them, they often get distracted by your memorized grocery lists and frequent daydreams about talking cars. Let mind-reading and mortal companions know you care with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of gifts, greeting cards, and more at The Dandelion Patch. This Groupon can be used at any of the four locations in Georgetown, Leesburg, Vienna, or Reston.
Multitudes of attractive trinkets and paper salutations populate the colorful shelves of The Dandelion Patch to create consummate keepsakes for every occasion. The kaleidoscopic designs and cottony quilting of Vera Bradley tote bags ($46 on average) keep wallets warm and keys cozy, and colorful iPhone cases by Lilly Pulitzer garb electronic gadgets more artistically than swathing them in superglue and metallic gum wrappers ($27.50+). Top tablecloths with elegant serving pieces by Julia Knight ($30–$300) or eye-catching Mariposa cocktail napkin boxes ($44). Infant items such as the soft velour Bunnies by the Bay buddy blanket ($22.50) make thoughtful gifts for new babies or shivering kitchen appliances, and a variety of collegiate collections emblazoned with favorite team names satisfy sports fans splendidly. Finally, a wide selection of stationery and greeting cards, such as boxed Crane note cards ($20), accompany affectionate offerings or send warm messages to mom on their own.
This Groupon is not valid for sale items, custom stationery, or Trollbeads.
The Dandelion Patch
Since 1994, stationery visionary Heidi Kallett has helmed The Dandelion Patch, stocking its shelves with writing-related goods and thoughtful gifts. The shop, which has been named Best Stationer by Northern Virginia Magazine and Best of the Best by the Washingtonian, helps shoppers to tote belongings to and fro with paisley Vera Bradley bags and improve the aroma of homes with delicate candles. Heidi and her staff can engrave or monogram stationery and invitations that celebrate the birth of a baby or the ability to memorize addresses. The Dandelion Patch’s events include writing workshops—which teach young writers to master the art of the thank-you note—children’s etiquette classes, and wedding-etiquette teas.