Friday, November 30, 2012

Christmas Ideas #5

Today is my last installment of Christmas Ideas for 2012.  Like I've said before, I just really, really love introducing women to each other who create and inspire.  These last 3 ladies totally fit the bill and all 3 offer unique products that would be perfect for this holiday season. 
 
 
 
 
Jamie's site makes my heart so happy!  She sells fair trade jewelry made by women around the world working their way out of poverty.  The jewelry is beautiful!  I'm in love with all of it!!  And what a great cause...helping women trying to better themselves.
 
 
My sweet friend Jody makes the most beautiful mosaic creations on her site Cakey & Bubs.  Her creativity ceases to amaze me!  Not only that, but she does nap mats for young kiddos and gorgeous mirrors too.
 

Check her out and I'm sure you can find something original to give this holiday season.

If you're in my area, Jody will have her stuff at Sweet Art Bakery on Tuesday from 7 to 9 PM.
 
 
My other sweet friend (I have a lot of sweet friends!) Nancy is a Thirty-One consultant.  I have blogged about my love of Thirty-One products before.  I am officially obsessed!  My house is full of these wonderful products that make traveling, organizing, and just living so much simpler.  You will love Nancy!  I am positive you will find more Thirty-One items then you know what to do with.  It's like Santa's little workshop over there!!

 
 These are just a few of the totes we have at our house...I counted and I have over 10!  Trust me...you'll get a lot of your Christmas shopping done by visiting Nancy's site.

 


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3 comments:

Sheaffer {Pinterest Told Me To} said...

Ooooooooooh! Really great stuff! Time to do a little shopping...

Aubs said...

i LOVE noonday ~ gorgeous jewelry & and i love the cause they support! and i probably have that many thirty-one bags/totes too! love it! =)

Laura said...

Thank you so much for highlighting Uganda the last two Fridays! I saw the paper beads in the Noon Day photo and knew instantly where they came from! The paper beads are the major craft that I see here, and fortunately for me I can buy necklaces made from them just about anywhere for a very good price :)

Also, do you know what orphanage your friend last week adopted from in Uganda? I just visited one this week, and remembered your post about her while I was there.

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