Stuff We Like: Get Well Wishes
When you’re feeling under the weather, a “Get well soon!” note from a friend or loved one is sometimes all it takes to brighten up your day. Even better: These adorable get-well packages that let you deliver a little sunshine right where it’s needed.
Did someone call the doggie doctor? This medical mutt, made of white carnations and surrounded by vibrant poms, solidago, and waxflowers, is a specialist in bringing out smiles. Crafted by floral “surgeons” the Doggie Howser arrangement arrives carrying a plush doctor bag, complete with headpiece and stethoscope, and is designed in a willow dog bed basket lined with moss. ($59.99; 1800flowers.com)
Send get well wishes in the form of 12 buttercream-frosted and hand-decorated crunchy shortbread cookies delivered in a shiny silver “Get Well” pail from Cheryl’s. ($29.99-$59.99 for a 6-, 9-, or 12-piece set; cheryls.com)
This cheerful bouquet arrives with a contagious grin. The popular arrangement features yellow roses festively mixed with yellow and white daisy spray chrysanthemums. The flowers are arranged in a keepsake mug that will keep the smiles coming. ($39.95; gifttree.com)
These chocolate cake pops from Shari’s Berries are hand-dipped and decorated to look like a doctor, nurse, doctor’s bag, medicine bottle, stethoscope, and red cross. If the patient has a sweet tooth, these fudgy treats just what the doctor ordered. ($24.99 for six, $39.99 for 12; berries.com)
This 10-inch plush bear from Build-A-Bear Workshop send a message of love stuffed with hugs and good wishes. This squishable friend is dressed in a soft red hoodie to make him extra snuggly. And for something extra special, this bear comes with sound options: He can make a “kiss” sound or say “I love you.” ($39.99-$44.99; ftd.com)