Sunday, July 31, 2011

Thinking of Christmas Gifts in July

I would think that it would be needless to say, but considering the level of sophistication to 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 necessarily meant as a recommendation. Although, they do represent something that I liked to at least a certain extent, 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?


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11 comments:

  1. Some very good choices here. Duke found something to put on his wish list at Venison Joe's

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  2. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Ann!!! Considering how much help you are going to need from him in order to make enough goodies for the craft sale, it might not be a bad idea to start ordering early and often.

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  3. Water Craft Handmade Obsessions - liked that book. Happy Sunday.

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  5. Love your choices and thank you!

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  6. Many thanks for the mention Jerry!

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  7. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Sandie!!! I hope you find some things you just can't live without.

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  8. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Waterrose!!! It sounds like you may already have one potential customer.

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  9. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Paul!!! Your poster hits really close to home.

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  10. Thanks so much for including my work here Jerry! I am thinking ahead to holiday gifts already, but it can seem very strange when our temperature approaches 100F! I know winter will come but right now it seems very far away. Thanks again!

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  11. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Karen!!! My mother-in-law's atomic clock/temperature contraption said that it hit 110F here Sunday afternoon, but since I haven't seen (nor heard) a local weather report yet, it may have been way off. Although, it has been being very consistent with the official temps. Of course, she could have just looked at it wrong.

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