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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Christmas Gift Guide

I've joined another of Folksy's daily listing clubs and have only missed two days so far. Not as good as I did in March, but better than July! This month's club is called November Nexus.

I thought it was about time I did a blog post about some of the lovely items you could buy as a Christmas pressie. So these are some wonderful offerings from some of the shops in the club. Each stands for a letter of 'Christmas' in some way (plus two extra!):

C - card and Christmas pudding from Aunty Joan Crafts. Such a cute festive card!



H - hat from UniquleyYours. Get into the Christmas spirit and keep warm at the same time with this fun Santa hat!



R - retro robin from Audrey's Cat. Decorate your home a little differently this year with this adorable retro robin.



I - iPad sleeve from Whimsy Woo Designs. Perfect protection for your iPad in such beautiful fabric too.


S - snowflake from Ritzy Swish. Beautiful embroidered snowflake Christmas card. Who wouldn't want to receive this card??


T - tartan bow and beret from Imogen's Imagination. Black and red tartan bow on a lovely wine red beret to keep you warm and stylish this winter.



M - William Morris-style quilt from SewFlair. Snuggle up next to the fire with this gorgeous quilt.



A - Apple Kindle case from BaggieAggie. Keep your Kindle warm too with this festively-coloured Apple Kindle case!


S - silver watch from CloverJewels. This stunning beaded watch would make a wonderful gift for someone special.


And thanks to Natalie of NOfkantsCurios for organising the listing clubs, here are some beautiful Mother of Pearl earrings:I'm also going to include a wintery ACEO from Brenda at Teabreaks/Gweddus Art. Brenda's always been very supportive of my ACEO attempts!

Have fun shopping!

10 comments:

  1. Lovely gift ideas. I like SewFlair's William Morris quilt and BaggieAggie's Apple Kindle Cover.

    Also like Brenda's little paintings - bought two off her last week for my doll's house.
    Bye from Shirley x

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  2. That's a good idea about Brenda's paintings! x

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  3. Thanks so much for featuring my watch, there are stunning xmas gifts here, loving all the gorgeous fabrics x

    Colleen x

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  4. What a lovely selection! And thanks so much for including my Kindle case, Vic. Really chuffed. :)

    Rosie. xx

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  5. A wonderful selection of goodies. Thank you so much for including my Santa hat, it`s really appreciated.
    Linda

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  6. That's OK! You've included my things so many times:) x

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  7. thank you so much for choosing my beret for your feature....i already have some of ritzyswishs christmas cards and they are even more gorgeous in real life.

    im not actually sure i want to give them away! :oO

    sophie
    x

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  8. No problem Sophie:) I know, that's the only trouble buying lovely handmade goodies as presents; you never want to give them away! x

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