Finish Your Christmas Shopping with Neat Gifts Created by Some Great Folks

By December 12, 2016 culture One Comment

Christmas happens every year, right on schedule, on December 25. For the calendar-challenged among us, however, time is a blurry fog of a thing that blinds us to proper planning of Christmas gift gathering. December days tick by, and I still think there is plenty of time to get everything in order. Until there isn’t plenty of time, and then I’m left scrambling.

If you understand what I mean, we are kindred hearts. Internet shopping was made for our kind. So here are gift recommendations gathered up in one spot, which is why I’ve pulled together some great online gifts you can order, all easy-peasy, and no one will ever know you didn’t have your gifts purchased and wrapped before Thanksgiving.

How did I pick these particular items, you may wonder? All these items were created by people I know in some fashion—friends and colleagues I have the privilege of knowing and working with, who have an astounding amount of talent. I am recommending these items only because I want to—it’s a surprise to all included (almost).

I hope this helps you get a few more gifts crossed off your list!

 


A } Simplifying Home ebook by Trina Cress

B } music by The Gray Havens (Where Eyes Don’t Go is my fav but all are great)

C } Enjoy: Finding the Freedom to Delight Daily in God’s Good Gifts by Trillia Newbell

D } pop culture art, mugs, pillows, totes, and home decor by Seth T. Hahne

E } Criminal by K. B. Hoyle (Book 2 of The Breeder Cycle)

F } Monkess the Homunculus children’s book written and illustrated by Seth T. Hahne

G } watercolor art by Alysa Passage

H } Assimilate or Go Home: Notes from a Failed Missionary on Rediscovering Faith by D. L. Mayfield

I } What’s Not to Love? PDF coloring pages by Merritt Onsa & Alysa Passage

J } Humble Roots: How Humility Grounds and Nourishes Your Soul by Hannah Anderson

K } Humble Roots original watercolor prints and notecards by Michelle B. Radford

L } Ophelia Alive by Luke T. Harrington

M } membership with Christ and Pop Culture

N } Christ and Pop Culture Goes to the Movies by Wade Bearden and Kevin McClenithan

O } Epic Beginner ebook by Trina Cress

P } Breeder by K. B. Hoyle (Book 1 of The Breeder Cycle)

 


 

 

  • http://kitchenfellowship.com Alysa @ Kitchen Fellowship

    Thanks for featuring my watercolor artwork, Erin. So kind of you. Looking forward to reading your new book soon! 🙂 Merry Christmas.

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