Friday, December 23, 2011

Gift Giving Season

So this is the week that most everyone has been waiting for. Let the gift giving season commence.

Shopping, buying, wrapping all with the anticipation of giving that special gift that you handpicked just for the one that you care so much about. Your boss, your best friend, your Mom or Dad, roomie or brother it really doesn't matter, we have choices in both exotic and local Virginia wood. Uh said you forgot about the secretary, girlfriend's mom, sister and the hostess gift for next week's get together, your feathered friends who live outside all year? Well here we are to save the day for you. After all it is only the 3rd day of Hanukkah, Christmas isn't for another 2 days and the neighborhood party is next week. Something for everyone on that list can be found in our inventory starting at $2.00 with our little Cedar Sachet bags and spinning up from there.

We will be at the BONUS Christmas Eve Market at the Turner Pavilion in downtown Harrisonburg on Saturday, December 24th from 9am - noon. We are even going to make our best effort to get there by 8:30am as we know some of you may be traveling that day and need to shop and then drive to your destination. All our usual inventory that we display, plus a couple of new pieces that Steve has been working on will be on the tables. No rest for him and no little elves to help him along sad to say. In fact he hopes to make a showing, if he can get out of the studio, at the BONUS Market.

During your venture downtown remember to stop into OASIS Art & Craft Gallery on Main St. where you can find more of our ornaments, bowls, platters and unusual art pieces. We are right there on display as you walk in the door. If you live or are visiting the Charlottesville area you can find a wonderful selection of pieces in C'Ville Arts in the historic downtown area mall.

If all of these choices are too overwhelming for you call or email us and lets chat about how The WoodArt Studio can fill that gift need for you.

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Until next we meet Happy Hanukkah and Merry Christmas...

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