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Last Minute Christmas Shopping

Christmas is coming soon and I bet there are many of you who haven’t started your Christmas shopping yet. If you live in the Montreal area, you can do One Stop Shopping at my Montreal Bazaar.  I have items for men women and children and many inexpensive stocking stuffers which are not on my website.  My official Open Houses are over, but  I am still open for business until noon Mon. Dec. 24.  I am expecting some people on the afternoon of Sun., Dec. 23, so that would be a good time to come. You can also make a special appointment with me if that time doesn’t suit you.  However, please telephone me at 514-739-5744 if you plan to visit. I live in the Snowdon area.

Item #294, a beautiful hand carved marble box from Viet Nam would make a great gift for a man or woman – or teenager. This hand carved wooden box from Lombok would be a good gift for a woman or man.  – #302

Children would find these sand animals from Thailand fun – #658

Item #657 would be a perfect stocking stuffer of the cat lover on your list.

Last week a friend wanted to buy a wall hanging or panel for his wife.  I showed him a number of items including one which he thought would be too elaborate for his wife’s taste. However, when he showed his wife my website, that was the one she chose. So, if you are not certain about a friend’s or relative’s taste, you can make a better choice by having them look at my website.

I am originally from British Columbia, and when I would return there from traveling abroad, I would ask my relatives to pick out a number of items they would like for birthday and Christmas gifts. Before I left, I wrapped their gifts and for those special days they received gifts that they liked.  You could be sure that a relative or friend would like the gift you are planning to give them by having them pick a few from my website.

I hope to see some of you before Christmas, but if I don’t, Merry Christmas!  For those of you who receive money for Christmas, feel free to contact me after Christmas or in the New Year.