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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Molly Blue Dawn's Holiday Gift Guide 2011

Molly Blue Dawn’s Holiday Gift Guide

Featuring ideas for gifts for any of the many gift-giving occasions you and/or your friends and/or family members might be celebrating at about this time of year, or, indeed, other times of year!
Featuring artists, artisans, craftspeople and merchants who are local or magical or sustainable or just nifty!
Also featuring ideas for gifts that aren’t things!

Solstice, Yule, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, Mithras’ Birthday, your loved ones’ birthdays that happen to fall in late November/December/early January... any one of these events might be an occasion for you to give someone a gift, even if you do not, personally, celebrate that event.  With that in mind, and prompted by an idea from the Lady Yeshe Rabbit, source of so many good ideas which have improved my life (and quite possibly yours), I have created this Holiday Gift Guide.  Feel free to use these gift ideas at other times of year, as well.  ‘Tis always the season to spread happiness while supporting local and/or magical and/or sustainable businesses!

I have divided the guide into five sections.  Section One is a list of artists, artisans and craftspeople.  Section Two is a list of nifty stores in the Bay Area.  Section Three is a list of Craft Fair(e)s happening in the Bay Area this winter.  Section Four is a list of musicians.  Section Five is a list of gifts that aren’t things.

If I’ve left out one of your favourite members of any of these categories, please let me know so that I can include them in next year’s edition!
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Section One:  Artists, Artisans and Craftspeople

Sue Kearney, aka Raven of the Redwoods, Amazon High Priestess of Rhythmic Transformation
makes kombucha, ghee, herbal tea blends, fines herbes de Provence blend, hand sanitizer and more.  You can contact her at sue@MagnoliasWest.com for details.

Jenny Wilde, aka JennyBach,
aka Lady Rowan Nightshade, Amazon High Priestess of Esoterica, is the proud proprietress of Ars Fabrica, Artisanal Goods and Fine Comestibles.
http://www.jennybach.com/ars-fabrica-store
http://www.etsy.com/shop/arsfabrica
“Limited-edition batches of local and organic fruit preserves and lovingly hand-crafted toys, jewelry and other sundries are distinguished from the craft milieu by their curious nature. Each item is one of a kind and a work of art in itself.”
She also makes “dioramas/shadowboxes, collages/assemblages, incense, knitted and crocheted scarves, shawls, and hats, wooden runes and ogham divination staves and assorted other curiosities.”

Lady Maia Mermaid, Amazon High Priestess of the Sacred Hearth,
calls her business, appropriately enough, The Sacred Hearth: Practical Magic for a Happy Home.
“Lady Maia Mermaid believes that our homes are our most sacred of spaces and her craft and herbal creations reflect that deeply held philosophy. She creates for both the magical and mundane, knowing that the line between the two doesn't actually exist.”
You can contact her at maiamermaid@gmail.com for details.

Hummingbird Rainbow, High Priestess of Sacred Dance, sells her beautiful wares at
From the Fig Tree.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/fromthefigtree
“Always addicted to fabric and fiber arts, Hummingbird creates clothing and accessories with magical intent and love of detail.”
You may have seen many members of CAYA wearing her wonderful clothes and accessories!

Erin Dean Colcord, aka Mistress Ladybug, Amazon High Priestess of Colors,
takes magically beautiful photographs of your magical self at Gray Lady.
She does lifestyle photography, such as weddings, boudoir, portraits, and rites of passage.
She also does fantasy portraits.
http://grayladyart.blogspot.com/p/fantasy-portraits.html
You can contact her at erin.colcord@gmail.com

Blossom Merz
http://blossommerz.com
“I believe that people are much happier and more fulfilled when they have a real connection to the world around them including their clothing, their homes, and their work. My work lies in the design and creation of clothing and household textiles that fill the space with beauty. When you bring my weaving into your home, you carry a piece of my dream and help to nurture a vision for greater happiness in the world.
Supporting my day-to-day work is a vision of creating a monastery of like-minded craftsmen who treat their craft as a sacred expression of their connection to the divine. Imagine what could happen if we collaborated across the boundaries of our individual disciplines, sharing styles, forms and sensibilities with each other. If you craft and share my vision, let’s chat!”

Glowees
http://www.glowees.com
http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/studio/glowees
Chris Vardijan says:
“Glow in the dark jewelry, hoodies, t-shirts, tanks, monsters, earrings, pendants, brooches, pins and more! Things that bring light into the darkness. Pushing the limits of weird. Welcome to my bizarre little store!”

Corven Design: Handmade Jewelry
http://corvendesign.com
“Barbara Cormack has been making jewelry ever since she can remember. Her one-of-a-kind designs incorporate silver, gold, semi-precious stones, and unique magickal details. Adorn yourself with a special piece from Corven Design!”

Just Rewards: Amber and Jet
http://www.4justrewards.com
“Operated by Drew Ward, a Heathen priest of Frey and member of Hammer of Thor Kindred, Just Rewards will be offering genuine Baltic amber jewelry and small gift items including birch bark boxes and other treasures at surprisingly comfortable prices.”

Prudence Priest: Amber and Jet Jewelry
“Prudence Priest is a witch, Elder in Covenant of the Goddess and the Troth. She has been selling amber and jet since the 1980's and travels to the Baltics annually to buy amber.”
If you were at CAYA’s 2009 Harvest Home Festival, you may remember Prudence’s Amber and Jet education session - she’s an expert par excellence!  
You can contact her at prudence21@juno.com or 925-899-5131.

Stars in Jars
http://starsinjarsessences.blogspot.com/p/about-us.html
“Stars in Jars Essences are vibrational remedies co-created with nature from a combination of flower, gem, environmental and cosmic essences. Alison and Claudia bring many years of devotional spiritual practice and experience as healers to making their one of a kind formulas that are "magic in a bottle". Essences are created in sacred space with channeled blessings to benefit mind, body, and soul.”

By Nieves: Handmade Natural Body Care
http://www.bynieves.com
“By Nieves is a natural handmade body care line produced with organic ingredients and served with a twist. Nieves delights in formulating unique and wonderful body care, developing products that she wants to use - and has found that other people are looking for the same! Voted "Best Local Skincare Line" by SF Weekly.”

Stephanie Pui-Mun Law: Shadowscapes
http://www.shadowscapes.com
“Stephanie Pui-Mun Law is the artist and author of the Shadowscapes Tarot. Her books, prints, and jewelry feature fantastical dream imagery. What Stephanie tries to convey with her art is not simply fantasy, but the fantastic, the sense of wonder, that which is sacred.”

Bekah's Naturals: Global Herbs & Essences: body/enviro sprays and oils
http://www.bekahsnaturals.com
“Body Butter, Anointing Oils and Sprays, Perfumes With Purpose and Smelling Salts all handcrafted from essential oils and herbs, using no synthetics. Single note essential oils will also be available for those who want to create on their own or may be blended to order.”

Emily Butterfly
http://www.emilybutterfly.com/arts
“Children's items for magical play: tooth fairy candles, wands, fairy pictures and more!”

Raising Higher Awareness (Rha)
http://imanifestsupreme.com/gallery.html
“Stickers, key chains, art work with urban flair and spiritual geometries.”

Cheshire and Company
http://www.cheshireandcompany.com
“Toys that run on imagination instead of batteries.”

Catherine Pennington: Altered/Altar Dolls
http://sacred-seeds.net/?page_id=115
“Altered Art is art that begins as something else, a toy or a book, even “garbage” and through the eye and craft of the artist becomes something new and different. Upcycling of the coolest kind!
Altar Dolls are works of sacred art designed to be picked up, loved and gently played with. Each doll is a one of a kind creation inspired by the myths and magic of ritual traditions from around the world.”

Renae Taylor:  Prints, Wings, Lamps and Art Dolls
http://www.etsy.com/shop/renaeleataylor
“My work is about memory, imagination, and retaining the sense of wonder in the world that I felt as a child.  It’s about holding on to the idea that something wondrous and strange is just around the corner.  Why shouldn’t little girls have tea with moths, trees dance under the stars, and beautiful women wear ugly fish as hats?  I want my work to make people smile, laugh out loud, just let go and remember.”

Talk of the Turtle: Jewelry of Our Ancestors
http://www.talkoftheturtle.com
“This series of petroglyphs, talismans, amulets, and charms are designed to be reminders of important archetypal qualities that all human beings share. Our series can help reveal and support the best in human aspiration, belief, and life.”

Blue Moon Designs
http://blue-moon-designs.com
“Illuminated Fantasy Clothing and Fashionable Utility Accessories by Katherine the Great”

Legacy of the Cauldron
http://www.legacyofthecauldron.com
“Romantic Clothing and Celtic Fantasy Art”

Kathleen Dustin
http://www.kathleendustin.com
“Widely recognized as one of the world's leading polymer clay artists, Kathleen Dustin has been a pioneer, an educator, and source of inspiration for those interested in this emerging medium. Her exquisite evening bags have been celebrated for their emotional images of women, translucent depth of surface, and vibrant colors. Her most recent purses and art jewelry pay attention to the natural forms she finds in the woods of New Hampshire.”
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Section Two:  Local Nifty Stores

Magical Stores:

The Sacred Well
http://www.sacredwell.com
536 Grand Avenue, Oakland, 510-444-9355

Ancient Ways
http://www.ancientways.com
4075 Telegraph Avenue,Oakland, 510-653-3244

Sagrada
http://www.sagrada.com
4926 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, 510-653-7196

The Mystic Dream
http://www.themysticdream.com
1437 N Broadway, Walnut Creek, 925-933-2342

Moonfyre Metaphysical
http://www.moonfyre.biz
401 E. Campbell Avenue, Campbell, 408-370-0333

The Sword and the Rose
http://www.yelp.com/biz/the-sword-and-rose-san-francisco
85 Carl Street, San Francisco, 415-681-5434

The Scarlet Sage
http://www.scarletsageherb.com
1173 Valencia Street, San Francisco, 415-821-0997

The Red Raven
http://www.redraventreasures.com
1505 Louisiana Street, Vallejo, 707-558-0808

Serpent’s Kiss
http://www.serpents-kiss.com
2015 Pacific Avenue, Santa Cruz, 831-423-5477


Pretty Things:

Castle In The Air
http://www.castleintheair.biz
1805 Fourth Street, Berkeley, 510-204-9801

ACCI Gallery
http://www.accigallery.com
1652 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, 510-843-2527

Whales and Friends  
http://whalesandfriends.biz
2060 Lincoln Avenue, Alameda, 510-769-8500

Aphrodite’s Closet
http://www.sanctuaryoftheopenheart.org/aphrodites_closet.html
1201 Park Street, Alameda, 510-521-3313, info@sanctuaryoftheopenheart.org
Aphrodite’s Closet is offering a free ticket to the Dickens Fair with any purchase of $75 or more!
http://dickensfair.com

Outback Outlet
http://web.mac.com/devijuice/Deviwear/Outback_in_the_Temple_of_Venus.html
Now two locations!
139 W Richmond Avenue, Point Richmond, 510-237-1199
1717 4th Street, Berkeley

Corrie Glass
http://www.corrie-glass.com
37683 Niles Boulevard, Fremont, 510-793-8782

Kiowa Rose
http://www.kiowarose.com
37581 Niles Boulevard, Fremont, 510-794-7465

La Casita de Kaleidoscopes
http://www.casitascopes.com
389 E Campbell Avenue, Campbell, 408-370-7877

Celtic Shoppe
http://www.celticshoppe.com
354 East Campbell Avenue, Campbell, 408-379-7474

Adira Dance and Costume  
http://www.adiradance.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc
1202 Lincoln Avenue, Suite #107, San Jose, 888-363-0119

The Belrose Costume Shop
http://www.thebelrose.com/costume-shop
1415 Fifth Avenue, San Rafael, 415-454-6422


Toys:

The Ark
http://www.thearktoys.com
1812 Fourth Street, Berkeley, 510-849-1930

Mr. Mopps
http://www.mrmopps.net
http://www.facebook.com/Mr.Mopps
1405 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Berkeley, 510-525-9633

Toys Toys Toys
http://www.toystoystoysstore.com
411 E Campbell Avenue, Campbell, 408-370-2632

Baby Buzz
http://www.babybuzzcafe.com
1314 Lincoln Avenue, San Jose, 408-885-9870

Treehouse in the Glen
http://www.treehouseintheglen.com
1275 Lincoln Avenue, San Jose, 408-294-8699


Books:

The Other Change of Hobbit
http://www.otherchangeofhobbit.com
New location!
3264 Adeline Street, Berkeley, 510-654-6224

Black Oak Books
New location!
http://www.blackoakbooks.com
2618 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, 510-486-0698

Dark Carnival
http://www.darkcarnival.com
3086 Claremont Avenue, Berkeley, 510-654-7323

Pegasus Books
http://www.pegasusbookstore.com
3 locations:
1855 Solano Avenue, Berkeley, 510-525-6888
2349 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, 510-649-1320
5560 College Avenue, Oakland, 510-652-6259

Fields Books
http://www.fieldsbooks.com
1419 Polk Street, San Francisco, 415-673-2027

Borderland’s Books
http://www.borderlands-books.com
866 Valencia Street, San Francisco, 415-824-8203

Recycle Bookstore
http://recyclebookstore.com
2 locations:
275 E. Campbell Avenue, Campbell, 408-370-3514
1066 The Alameda, San Jose, 408-286-6275

Hicklebee’s Books
http://www.hicklebees.com
1378 Lincoln Avenue, San Jose, 408-292-8880

Kepler’s Books
http://www.keplers.com
1010 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, 650-324-4321


Sustainable, Fair Trade, Hand Made:

Global Exchange
http://www.globalexchange.org
2840 College Avenue, Berkeley, 510-548-0370

Body Time
http://www.bodytime.com
4 locations:
5521 College Avenue, Oakland, 510-547-4116
1942 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, 510-841-5818
2911 College Avenue, Berkeley, 510-845-2101
611 San Anselmo Avenue, San Anselmo, 415-459-5806

LiveGreene
http://www.livegreene.com
158 University Avenue, Palo Alto, 650-331-0700
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Section Three:  Craft Fair(e)s

The Great Dickens Christmas Fair
Friday, November 25, then Saturdays and Sundays, November 26-December 18, 11:00AM-7:00PM
Cow Palace Exhibition Halls, 2600 Geneva Avenue, Daly City
http://www.dickensfair.com

Frank Bette Center for the Arts Holiday Boutique
Friday, November 25-Saturday, December 24, 11:00AM-7:00PM
Gala Opening, Friday, December 2, 7:00-9:00PM
One Day Tree Ornament Sale, Saturday, November 26, 12:00-5:00PM
Frank Bette Center for the Arts, 1601 Paru Street, 510-523-6957
http://www.frankbettecenter.org

Crafty Arts and Crafts Show
Friday, November 25-Saturday, December 31, 8:00AM-7:00PM
Julie’s Coffee and Tea Garden, 1223 Park Street, Alameda, 510-865-2385
http://www.juliestea.com

Berkeley Artisans Holiday Open Studios
Saturdays and Sundays, November 26 through December 18, 11:00AM–6:00P
various locations in Berkeley - see website for map
http://www.berkeleyartisans.com

The Real Mercantile
featuring Stars In Jars Essences and other great local vendors
Wednesdays, December 1, 8, 15 and 22, 5:00-9:00PM
Chez Poulet Gallery, 3359 Cesar Chavez, San Francisco
http://therealmercantile.com

Napa Valley Ceramic Artists Winter Holiday Sale
Friday-Sunday, December 2-4, see website for detailed schedule
NVC Community Education Center, 1360 Menlo Avenue, Napa
http://www.napavalley.edu/CommunityRelations/Lists/EventCalendar/DispForm.aspx?ID=1897

California College of the Arts Holiday Fair
Saturday, December 3, 11:00AM-3:00PM
CCA Oakland Campus, Main Walkway, 5212 Broadway, Oakland
http://www.cca.edu/calendar/2011/holiday-fair

Allied Arts Guild Annual Christmas Market
Saturday, December 3, 10:00AM-5:00PM
The Allied Arts Guild, 75 Arbor Road, Menlo Park, 650-322-2405
Free
http://www.alliedartsguild.org/cgi-bin/DJcalendar.cgi?TEMPLATE=event-detail.html&EVENTNO=00406

Ashkenaz International Holiday Bazaar
Sunday, December 4, 11:00AM-5:00PM
Ashkenaz Music and Dance Community Center, 1317 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=260617387310575
http://www.ashkenaz.com

Berkeley Farmers' Market Holiday Craft Fair
Saturdays, December 3, 10 and 17, 10:00AM-4:00PM
Martin Luther King, Jr. Civic Center Park, Center Street at MLK, Jr. Way, Berkeley
http://ecologycenter.org/bfm/events

La Cocina Gift Fair
Friday, December 9, 4:00-9:00PM
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, 2868 Mission Street, San Francisco
http://www.lacocinasf.org/events/giftbazaarsf2011

Native American Holiday Crafts Fair
Saturday, December 10, 1:00-7:00PM
Intertribal Friendship House, 523 International Boulevard, Oakland
http://ifhurbanrez.org

Crucible Holiday Gifty Art Sale and Open House
Saturday-Sunday, December 10-11, Saturday 12:00-6:00PM, Sunday 12:00-4:00PM
The Crucible, 1260 7th Street, Oakland
http://thecrucible.org/events/open-house/426

Goddess Crafts Faire
Saturday-Sunday, December 10-11, 11:00AM-7:00PM
Sebastopol Community Center, 390 Morris Street, Sebastopol
http://www.goddesscraftsfaire.com

Telegraph Avenue Holiday Street Fair
Fridays-Sundays, December 16-18 and 22-24, 11:00AM-6:00PM
along Telegraph Avenue between Dwight and Bancroft, Berkeley
http://www.telegraphfair.com

Renegade Craft Fair Holiday Sale in San Francisco
Saturday-Sunday, December 17-18, 11:00AM-6:00PM
Concourse Exhibition Center, East Hall, 620 7th Street, San Francisco
http://www.renegadecraft.com/holiday-sf

These are just a few highlights of the holiday craft fair season!  
More events can be found on these directories:

http://festivalnet.com

http://events.nbcbayarea.com/oakland-ca/events/holiday+boutique

http://events.mercurynews.com/san-jose-ca/events/holiday+boutique
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Section Four:  Musicians

Among my favourite artists are the independent musicians who sell CDs at their concerts, on their websites, and out of the back of their vans.  Here are some you may find interesting - some are local to the Bay Area, some are local to somewhere else, some are local to wherever the friend’s couch is that they are crashing on tonight.  Some are Pagan; all are making magic!  Please support them!

SJ Tucker/Skinny White Chick
http://sjtucker.com
http://www.skinnywhitechick.com

Alexander J Adams/Heather Alexander/Uffington Horse
http://faerietaleminstrel.com
http://www.heatherlands.com

Tricky Pixie
http://www.trickypixie.com

Gaia Consort, featuring Betsy Tinney of Tricky Pixie
http://www.gaiaconsort.com  

Traveling Fates
http://www.travelingfates.com

Vixy and Tony
http://www.vixyandtony.com

Fontain’s M.U.S.E.
http://www.fontainsmuse.com

DJ Hamouris/Moonrise (Moonrise = DJ Hamouris, Robin Dolan, and Denise Castleton)
http://www.djhamouris.com/products.html

Amelia Hogan
http://www.ameliaisaverb.com/mainpage.shtml

Caith Threefires
http://www.myspace.com/caiththreefires

Brook Schoenfeld
http://www.magicbrook.com

Evelie S. Posch/Mahal
http://www.dreamtimecircus.org/performers/profile_evelie.html

Spiral Dance Chorus
http://www.reclaimingquarterly.org/music/music1.html

Kenny Klein
http://kennyklein.net

Sophia Songhealer
http://www.songhealer.net

Tim Rayborn
http://www.timrayborn.com

Shira Kammen
http://www.shirakammen.com

Canconier
http://www.canconier.com

Rosin Coven
http://www.rosincoven.com  

Axis Mundi
http://www.soundclick.com/axismundi

Avalon Rising , featuring Cat Taylor
http://www.flowinglass.com/avalon/disc.html
http://www.cattaylor.com

Tempest
http://www.tempestmusic.com  

Holly Tannen
http://www.hollytannen.com  

Ruth Barrett
http://www.dancingtreemusic.com  

Sharon Knight
http://www.sharonknight.net  

T. Thorn Coyle
http://www.thorncoyle.com  

Broceliande
http://www.broceliande.org

Shekinah Mountainwater
http://www.shekhinah.net  

Woodland
http://www.woodlandmusic.net

Elvendrums
http://www.elvendrums.com

Four Shillings Short
http://4shillingsshort.com

RJ Stewart
http://www.rjstewart.net/tapes.htm

Circle Round
http://serpentinemusic.com/circleround

Magic Mama
http://www.magicmamamusic.com

Vinx
http://www.vinx.com

Roy Zimerman
http://www.royzimmerman.com

Caera
http://caeramusic.wordpress.com

Dawnmist
http://www.dawnmist.demon.co.uk/album.htm

Michelle Mays
http://www.michellemays.com

Anique Radiant Heart
http://www.aniqueradiantheart.com

Blackmore’s Night
http://www.blackmoresnight.com

Diana Rowan
http://www.dianarowan.com

Neil Innes
http://www.innesbookofrecords.com

Abbi Spinner
http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/AbbiSpinnerMcBride

The Stark Ravens
http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/StarkRavens

Louisa John Krol
http://www.louisajohnkrol.com

Celia
http://www.celiaonline.com

Irina Rivkin
http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/IrinaRivkin

Beltaine’s Fire
http://www.beltainesfire.com

Alexa Sunshine Rose
http://www.alexasunshinerose.com

Megan McElroy
http://www.meganmcelroy.com

The Wicked Tinkers
http://www.wickedtinkers.com

The Mad Maggies
http://themadmaggies.com

Sea Dogs
http://www.seadogs.org

Brass Farthing
http://www.brass-farthing.com

Skaldic Hearth Kin
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Skaldic-Hearth-Kin/154183877950817

Chameleon Circuit (yes, it’s a Doctor Who band!)
http://dftba.com/artist/9/Chameleon-Circuit

Not (mostly) music, but wonderful audio worth supporting:  
ZBS Media
http://www.zbs.org
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Section Five:  Gifts that Aren’t Things

What do you get for the Witch who has everything?
Or, more realistically, the Witch who has waaay too many things?  
My favourite gifts are ones that don’t take up any space in my house!

Experiences - Take them to a play, a concert, or other nifty event!

Some local theatre companies I love:

Ragged Wing
http://www.raggedwing.org

Butterfield 8
http://www.b8company.com

Unscripted Theatre
http://www.un-scripted.com

Some intimate local venues for live music:

Wisteria Ways
http://wisteriaways.org

Rose Street Music
http://www.rosestreetmusic.com

Julie’s Coffee and Tea Garden
http://juliestea.com

Take them to dinner!  Throw them a party!  Pay for them to take a class!  Pay for a Divination session!  Pay for a Massage or Healing session!  

Give the gift of an unforgettable experience that will create lasting happiness and never need to be dusted!


Donations - Make a contribution in their name to a charity close to their heart!

Wildlife Rescue:

http://nevercrywolfrescue.org

http://www.marinemammalcenter.org

http://www.wcsv.org

http://www.ohlonehumanesociety.org

http://www.birdrescuecenter.org


Pet Rescue:
http://www.icraeastbay.org

http://www.bayareahumanesociety.com


Ecological/Environmental:
http://www.treesforachange.com/treegift.html

http://www.arborday.org/shopping/giveATree/holiday.cfm

http://www.shopnwf.org/Plant-a-Tree/Plant-a-Tree-Ornaments/index.cat

http://www.ecologycenter.org


Food Banks:
http://bayareahunger.org

http://www.accfb.org/donate.html

http://www.sffoodbank.org

http://www.foodbankccs.org

http://shfb.org
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Surprise Bonus Extra Section:  Gifts That You Can Make

Maybe you love the idea of making a gift yourself, but you don’t know what to make or how to make it.  If you have access to a colour printer and good quality paper, you can make the magical models available on this website!
http://www.thetoymaker.com

Isn’t that delightful?  Delight is one of the best gifts of all!
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Have a Delightful December!  Give Graciously, Receive with Relish, and Reciprocate!

Molly Blue Dawn

1 comment:

  1. This is an amazing article, Wishbringer Molly. Very well written and researched! You have made a lot of effort here to help others' dreams come true. Thank you for the mention. I appreciate that you thought of me and my photography (Gray Lady).

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