Gift Ideas for Women

by Jasmine Wall November 26, 2014

Every woman loves something original and handmade. It's time to share some great gift ideas for all women in your life. Surprise them with something unique and one-of-a-kind this Christmas from Etsy!

1. Ruby Red Rhinestone Earrings - These beautiful earrings from Nancy Wallis Designs feature vintage jewels from Germany from the 1950s. These have been carefully hand set by Nancy Wallis in oxidized brass prong settings. These Ruby red earrings will make a perfect Christmas gift.

Ruby Red Rhinestone Earrings

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Great Gift Ideas for Men

by Jasmine Wall November 21, 2014

Do you find it challenging to shop for men? Here are some great gift ideas from Etsy that are not only unique but also gifts you can't find in every department store.

1. Custom Shaving Bag - A leather shaving bag by Lifetime Leather Co. This bag comes embroidered with your choice of initials/name/monogram on the front.

Custom Shaving Bag

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Unique Christmas Gift Ideas for Kids

by Jasmine Wall November 18, 2014

Are you looking for unique Christmas Gifts this year? We thought it would be great to put together a list of some unique Christmas Gift ideas from Etsy. Etsy is an online marketplace that has some great one-of-a-kind and handmade gifts for everyone on your list. Shop from small makers and collectors this year.

Lets start by sharing some cool gift ideas for kids today. In the next few days, we will be bringing you more gift ideas for everyone on your list.

10 Unique Gift Ideas For Kids -

1. Villa Cartabianca nr 9 - Cardboard house - Mooiio has this beautiful cardboard dollhouse that you can decorate the way you want it. This would make a great activity to do with your little ones in the Holidays.

Villa Cartabianca nr 9 - Cardboard house

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The Tradition of Christmas Cards

by Jasmine Wall November 21, 2013

The tradition of Christmas cards started in the England in 1843 by Sir Henry Cole. He came up with the idea of Christmas cards with his artist friend, John Horsley. They designed the first Christmas card and sold them for a shilling each. The image of the family drinking wine was controversial but the idea of the card was a success.

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