Thanks for a record traffic year, Dear Readers, and Happy Christmas to All!
Like it or not, it’s time to start picking up Holiday decorations for your home. If you have a Flying Tiger store in your town, get over there now, because they are stocked wall-to-wall with amazing stuff for the holidays, including a selection cool glass ornaments for your tree. Check out this Pink Dinosaur, which I saw while I was shopping there recently.
I’m pretty sure it is meant be a Stegosaurus, and the price is only $3!
Head over there and pick one (or more) up now, before they are all extinct!
Nothing beats the scent of a fresh evergreen Christmas Wreath; but in many ways, “Going Green” means saving a tree and opting for the reusable alternative – the Inflatable Holiday Wreath! It’s bright green needles and colorful ornaments will give you years and years of holiday decoration joy!
Inflatable Wreath Features:
- Quick and Easy Christmas Decoration
- Material: Durable Vinyl
- Includes hang tab and string
- Includes repair patch for any accident
- Reusable – After the season is over, simply deflate until flat and store until next year!
- Size: 20-1/2″ x 18″ x 4″ (52 cm x 48 cm x 10 cm)
Why Not Support the Worley Gig and Purchase one for just $19.95 (Sadly, This Item Is No Longer Available.)
Wow! How cool is this? A Bacon Ornament to hang on your holiday tree! Amazing. Made of dazzling plastic and measuring 4.25 inches, the Bacon Ornament will be available for purchase in October for just $5.95 at This Link!
Thanks to Karl Brandt for the Tip!
Here’s a fun thing you can do this holiday season – by yourself or with your kids – to get in the Christmas spirit and make the house look much more festive. Bonnie Burton made the wreath pictured above out of Star Wars character action figures that she painted green and then attached to a foil wreath that you can buy at any crafts store. Any action figures or small plastic toys can be used and this is a great opportunity to maybe clean out your kid’s toys chest and give those little guys a second life. You could probably even make a trip to the 99 cent store and order clear perspex sheets and other supplies for cheap that way. Bonnie provides step by step instructions for how to make the wreath at This Link.
Thanks to Neatorama Dot Com For The Tip!