Unique Stocking Stuffers for Every Price Point from Your Online Art Gallery

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The Online Art Gallery MadeInHaliburton.ca announces the release of its 2013 unique stocking stuffer suggestions. The list encompasses a wide range of price points and interests.

Gourd Angel by Dani Stahle

Gourd Angel by Dani Stahle

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The Online Art Gallery has a newly released list of unique stocking stuffers for all price ranges and interests to assist you with your holiday shopping. Why not surprise someone special by filling their stocking with thoughtful, Canadian-made stocking stuffers this year? Here is this year's list:

1.    A Gourd Angel created by gourd and fibre artist Dani Stahle. As can be seen from the accompanying picture the angel has a bit of personality and will make a wonderful addition to the holiday decor. It is truly a unique, one-of-a-kind gift that will be appreciated by the individual who collects holiday ornaments.

2.    One of several ceramic ornaments or plates, commemorating the season, made by Susanne James.

3.    Why not introduce the nature-lover to the Canadian naturalist, R.D. Lawrence. Any one of his books would make great reading for someone interested in R.D.'s exploration of the natural world: whether the subject of the book be wolves, puma or beavers the reader will be spell-bound. These items can now be purchased for only $25 for any 3 items on the R.D. Lawrence page of the website. If the buyer chooses to purchase 3 of the limited edition prints of the cover of the book "In Praise of Wolves," there is a saving of $35 or approximately 41%.

4.    For the pottery-lover there is a selection of a variety of functional items, from cups to interior design items, from any one of our potters. Choose the "our artists" button at the top of the website and then select any one of the following: Barbara Joy Peel, Bernie Nicholson, Charlene McConnell, Earth and Fire Pottery, Margery Cartwright, Rickie Woods, Sharon Lynch, Studio Rose, or Susanne James.

5.    Jewellery is always a hit and tucks quite nicely into any size stocking! From the "Our Artists" page take a look at the work of Erin Lynch, Sophia Tink or Paradigm Studios.

6.    For the music-lover we have several different CDs by local Haliburton Highlands artists. Try the artist page for Carl Dixon, The Haliburton County Folk Society, or Trina West.

7.    Also for the music-lover why not purchase a ticket to the Gary Kendall, blues concert, at the Dominion Hotel on January 25th and tuck it in someone's stocking? Add a reservation for dinner and it will make a complete night out to surprise a loved one.

8.    The poet will love Claire Sylvan's book titled "Turnings". It is said to build a bridge between the natural world and the inner world.

9.    For an inspiring read, try a book by Jeff Pinney about his life as his body succumbs to a chronic disease. The carefully chosen words that tell the story of his life often leave the reader with a smile on the face and a tear in the eye simultaneously. It is an inspiring story about life.

10.    For the child, a copy of "Tadeo Turtle" by Janis Cox is a must-have. Tadeo learns to like himself for who he is: this is certainly a moral that every child can benefit from learning and Tadeo teaches it well.

11.    For the nature and art lover, how about a one-of-a-kind art and nature experience as only a ticket to a "Yours Outdoors" tour can deliver?

12.    Last, but certainly not least, why not purchase a gift certificate and let the art-lover choose a special piece of "art for the wall" from the broad selection of wall-art available throughout the website. As a special incentive the buyer can purchase a certificate for $200 or more and receive a 10% increase in the value at no additional cost just by mentioning this offer in the comment box when ordering.

There is certainly something for everyone on this list and more "in the store" if the reader wishes to take a peak.

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