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Find made-to-order gifts at new Cordes Creations
Find unique custom gifts, along with handmade and personalized items, at Cordes Creations in Floresville.
Amber and Gregory Kyle Cordes offer all-occasion and sports wreaths, jewelry, gifts, purses, and Scentsy. For those who simply cannot decide what to purchase, gift certificates also are available.
“My family has always been really crafty,” Amber said. “For as long as I can remember, my mother was always making Homecoming mums, wreaths, and wedding and Quinceañera decorations. My father is very good at woodworking. I can hand him a sketch of what I want built and he makes it better than imagined. My brother is an awesome painter and graphic designer, and I have been sewing since I was 9.”
Visit their Facebook page and check out the wide selection of custom cuff bracelets, school spirit headbands, collegiate wreaths, custom pillows, personalized flasks, and Tervis tumblers.
Wreaths, priced from $40 to $70, are the most popular items Cordes Creations sells.
Looking for something for a wedding? Cordes Creations customizes bridesmaid clutches and wedding party gifts, and carries affordable jewelry.
“We are a custom gift shop and can personalize pretty much anything to the customer’s liking,” Amber said.
“When the opportunity came to open a store and offer our creativity to the Floresville community, we jumped on it,” Amber said. “It has been great so far, and we’re looking forward to keep growing.”
They strive to have affordable gifts for any income.
Hours are Monday through Friday, noon to 8 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Cordes Creations is located at 1820 10th St. (U.S. 181) in Bleu Casa Village in Floresville. For more information, call 830-391-5936.
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