Friday, July 13, 2012

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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14 comments:

  1. I think Grandma's would be my style this time Jerry. sandie

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  2. Oh my - that blanket or quilt or whatever - IS GORGEOUS! Me want!

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  3. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Sandie!!! I love those little buckets!

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  4. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Grace!!! It is indeed. Just how good of a girl have you been this year?

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  5. Dear Jerry
    Many thanks for including my work in this blog!
    Regards,
    Helen

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  6. Thank you so much, Jerry, for the link to Grandma Betty's handmade body butters and more! I just recently got my new website up and running and hope everyone can find something that will bless them from my selection of handmade items.

    I will be visiting each one you listed so I can drool over all the wonderful offerings!

    Grandma Betty of Homespun Alley

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  7. Thank you so much Jerry! You are the best. I am in need of audience for sure. I need to go check etsy to see if I've had any page views! Thank you.

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  8. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Hillbilly Tonya!!! I hope it won't be long before you are overwhelmed with customer orders. (LOL?)

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  9. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Helen!!! You really are a very talented artist!

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  10. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Grandma Betty!!! I am quite sure that the others will greatly appreciate your visits.

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  11. Love that quilt. One of these days I need to learn how to do that

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  12. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Ann!!! It is indeed beautiful, and I think that it is very reasonably priced--considering all of the time and effort involved in producing a quilt of such high quality.

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  13. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Jennifer!!! I hope this helps make for a very busy upcoming season for you!

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