Holiday Cookies Under $5 at Platine
From gingerbread men to dreidels to snowflakes, on Washington Boulevard has baked a variety of goodies for the holidays. Smiling, iced gingerbread cookies are priced at $1.50, while other decorated cookies range from $1.50 each to $3.75. If you’re looking for gift packages, the winter holiday wishes tin is $65.
Platine, 10850 Washington Blvd.; 310-559-9933
Two Christmas Cookies for $1.50 at Essential Chocolate Desserts
Christmas trees, stockings and candy canes decorated with colorful sprinkles are $1.50 for two at . The sweets shop also has stocked its display cases with chocolate cakes, gourmet holiday “ding dongs” and muffins.
Essential Chocolate Desserts, 10868 Washington Blvd.; 310-287-0699
Hanukkah Bouquet Deal at Culver City Flower Shop
Culver City Flower Shop is offering daily deals on floral arrangements and Hanukkah bouquets start at $45. Priced up to $85 for flowers (and more for added items such as balloons, chocolates or stuffed animals), these bouquets are filled with a variety of blue and white flowers. The best-selling “Beautiful in Blue” arrangement starts at $52.95 and includes hydrangea, lilies and crème roses.
Culver City Flower Shop, 10801 Washington Blvd.; 310-839-2344
Hanukkah Decoration Deals at Target
To help celebrate the festival of lights, which begins on Dec. 20, Target has marked down Hanukkah decorations. For $2, families can purchase packages of Hanukkah-themed tissue paper, while “Happy Hanukkah” wall signs are $4 each. Dinner plate sets, table runners and tablecloths are also marked down, both in stores and online.
Target, 10820 Jefferson Blvd.; 310-839-5200
20 Percent Off at Carol’s Daughter
From now through Dec. 25, customers who visit Carol’s Daughter will receive 20 percent off all purchases at the hair and body care product store in the Westfield Culver City mall. From shampoo to conditioner to control smoother, everything in the store will be marked down. Product sets are also on sale.
Carol’s Daughter, 6000 Sepulveda Blvd. (Level 1, Westfield Culver City); 310-313-1770
Laura Clark is Founder & Editor of L.A. Story.