Friday, July 16, 2010

Thinking of Christmas Gifts in July

I would think that it would be needlessly to say, but considering the level of sophistication of many of my readers, it would probably be better to just go ahead and spell it out. Therefore, please be advised that this is one of a number of special edition Sites To See, and all included in it may have something that just might fit quite nicely under your Christmas tree (or stuffed in a stocking) a few very short months from now. As in the regular Sites To See, the link provided below is to the main site, and the images are linked to their particular page, when applicable. The images serve as an example of what they have to offer, and they are not meant as a recommendation. Although, they do represent something that I liked, but since my wife does not like me all that much most of the time (no, I have no idea why, neither), I do not expect to see any of them with my name on it. Hopefully, it is better in your family, and I am quite sure that the artisans here would greatly appreciate your business. Besides, spending your money on things that are made and marketed by people not so unlike yourself strikes a blow against corporate greed and all of that other stuff, which is supposed to be a good thing—right?




























































Please Also Visit The Other [Christmas Gift] Sites To See


24 comments:

  1. I've still got plenty of birthdays to buy presents for before I even consider Christmas but this list may come in handy later in the year.

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  2. Gypsy Mare's artwork is on my wish list for now ('cause it's horses of courses ;o)
    I've known Meghann of Little Studio for quite some time. Her jewelry is absolutely fantastic and a nicer person you'll probably never meet - great sites!

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  3. Interesting picks for your Christmas in July display - thanks for including my embroidered dog bandana as one of your favs!

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  4. Many thanks for including me on your list! I am in great company and feel quite honored!

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  5. What a wonderful list! Thank you so much for including me:)

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  6. Wow, thank you so much for including my jewelry with such amazing artists! I am going to do a blog post linking back here today.
    Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  7. I love, love, love Classy Chassy. She made four totes for me and I loved every one. sandie

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  8. What a great list you've got here, I'm sure that I would be able to find some wonderful gifts through any one of these. Of course I could be a scrooge and just say no gifts this year. It's a thought

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  9. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Ryan!!! Yes, I am quite sure that at least some of their items might make for great birthday and special occasion gifts, as well. (LOL?)

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  10. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Jen!!! Yes, Jennifer's selection would be enough to send anyone who loves horse biscuits as much as you do into a frenzy, and I fully agree with your assessment of the lovely and talented Ms. Meghann. For I have been privileged with an exchange of emails with her, and she showed herself to be an absolute delight.

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  11. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Chassy!!! It would appear that you already have a huge fan in the lovely and talented Ms. Sandie of Chatty Crone fame and fortune, and I hope you gain many, many more.

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  12. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Kathy!!! Be assured that anyone who is included with you is in great company.

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  13. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Jennifer!!! Whoa...now there's you and then there is the lovely and talented Ms. Jen of Equine Epiphanies and Epic Farms fame and fortune, who also loves horses almost a little too much...are you two related?

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  14. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Meghann!!! Did you see what Jen said about you? Be assured that you set a wonderful example for all in business to follow. For seeking to establish relationships with people grows more than just your business.

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  15. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Sandie!!! Is she paying you? If so, how much are you getting, and how do I go about getting my cut? (LOL?)

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  16. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Ann!!! No, there is no way that you could ever be a scrooge with a sweet little puppy like Duke around. Hey, one of ClassyChassy's bandanas would sure look good on him--huh?

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  17. WOW ! those are some really nice gifts fcr whomever is so lucky. my favorite is the miniature soft armadillo. who couldn't just love that. I'd probably put it in my purse if it was as small as it looks. it's just so interesting to see the gifts a man picks. You really have great taste.

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  18. Thanks for including me in your post. I love coming back to see what you've found or what you'd like to discuss. Since your wife 'doesn't like' you much, let me know if I can conjure up something special of metal. I look forward to seeing your next group of favorites.

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  19. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear BadGal!!! I think that is supposed to be a rat, but now that you mention it, it could pass as a armadillo (kinda, sort, maybe). Anyway, I am quite sure that the lovely and talented Ms. Cami wouldn't mind you calling it anything you liked after you bought one (or more).

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  20. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Armored Heart!!! Well, my wife insists that she has many good reasons for why she doesn't like me much, and since she is a whole lot meaner than I am, I don't argue much. Hey, do you think you could build me a really sturdy suit-of-armor? Oh yeah, if I make it that long, the next group is scheduled to be up this coming Sunday.

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  21. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Sara!!! I imagine you are feeling better good about being back up there on the Canadian border than being down here simmering.

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  22. Hello again Jerry! Thank you so much for including me in your "Thinking of Christmas Gifts in July" listing :) I appreciate it so much and always look forward to reading your posts - I hope you'll never quit writing and sharing ♥
    Freida

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  23. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Freida!!! I hope you have a very busy upcoming season!

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