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Christmas Ideas from ericamay November 10, 2008

It’s that time of year again. Department stores roll out their Christmas gift collections. Santa’s workshop sets up home in the mall concourse. Old Navy and The Gap roll out some creative holiday-themed commercials, where scarves and stripes abound. Magazines boast their 101 best do-it-yourself gift ideas. And we all make our lists and check them twice.

Looking for a fresh, new gift idea this Christmas? Me, too.

I’m so excited to offer professional prints of my creative photography gallery this year! The variety is vast, the styles are different and the content is full. From men to women, dorm rooms to dining rooms, stylish to simple, an art print is a unique gift that they won’t return.



If you’re interested, check out the creative gallery here. The shopping cart is built right in, so you can have the prints shipped right to your house. Put it in your favorite frame, and you’re done! Check one more off the list!



Need advice? Looking for something specific? Let me know! I’m glad to help brainstorm with you to make your Christmas shopping a little easier, and your homes a little brighter. :)

…now, who can give me ideas for my gift-giving list??


Click here to sign in and view the online creative gallery.

Click here and here to see fun picture frame ideas!


One Response to “Christmas Ideas from ericamay”

  1. Rebecca Witte Says:

    I love sunflowers…so I would pick the ones from your farmer’s market trip.

    Old farm houses, barns, etc. would be nice…and I have a room that they would go perfectly in. :)

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