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  1. 4 Ways to simplify your gift giving: Want, Need, Wear & Read

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    “How to Simplify Your Holiday Gift Giving”

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    Having a hard time finding just the right gift for the special people in your life?

    You are not alone.

    All to often we all get too wrapped up in the frenzy of the “holi-daze”; keeping up with work and traveling to see friends and family.

    And that leaves us with very little time to do the kind of thoughtful gift-giving we want to do.

    So how to simplify your gift giving?

    We recommend “Get something they WANT, something they NEED, something to WEAR and something to READ.”

    “What do you mean…something they WANT? Something to READ? Whose are they?”

    We were told a few years ago that the phrase WANT-NEED-WEAR-READ was a easy way to made holiday gift shopping quick and simple.

    We were impressed the minute we heard about it from a customer. Just four little words, yet so very SMART!

    “Get them something they WANT; something they NEED; something to WEAR; something to READ.”

    So we thought we share with you…

    “A Simple Handcrafted Gift Giving Philosophy”

    “Want, Need, Wear, Read”

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  2. Ceramic Indoor Nativity Scenes (Sets)

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    Ceramic Indoor Nativity Scene

    Ceramic Indoor Nativity Scene

    Indoor Nativity Sets (Christmas Manger Scenes)

    by Sondra Hastings

    These Ceramic Indoor Nativity Scene sets let you bring the magic and wonder of Christmas into your home, or office. The “starter” set includes just Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus.

    What is a nativity scene or set? 

    According to Wikipedia,

    “Nativity scenes exhibit figures representing the infant Jesus, his mother Mary, and Joseph. Characters from the nativity story such as shepherds and sheep, and angels are displayed near the manger in a barn (or cave). The setting is intended to accommodate farm animals, as described in the gospels of Luke. (more…)