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Say ‘Nollaig shona dhaoibh’ in style.

Mark at The Jam Art Factory, writes:

We’ve just been restocked with these little laser cut wooden Nollaig and Oíche Chiúin decorations by Snow. They are available to buy from both of our Dublin shops or from our “Christmas – Made in Dublin” section on our site here.

Jam Art Factory

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This year.

Give the gift of a wet plate portrait.

Louis Haugh writes:

I’m offering Wet Plate Collodion portrait vouchers for €50 run through The Darkroom in Dublin’s coolest hub; Stoneybatter.

Wet Plate Collodion is one of the oldest types of photography where a unique and once off image is made on a sheet of metal while the sitter watches.

It’s really cool and unusual. Perfect for photography buffs and anyone with a curious side. Above are a couple of plates I have made already…

Dates will be announced in the new year and slots for booking in will be made available for weekdays and weekends. People can collect their voucher from The Darkroom or have it posted/emailed wherever.

The Darkroom

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Joanna Brophy writes:

I’m just getting in touch on behalf of my mother AKA The Mustard Lady. Her handmade The Lodge Barna Mustards are an ideal stocking filler for foodies. She now makes eight unique mustards including some boozy versions featuring Buckie, Dingle Gin, Prosecco and Galway Hooker.

Her mustards are on sale in 24 locations in Galway, Kerry and Dublin.

This year she has also branched out into the exciting world of hampers and has put together a bargain €35 Made In Galway Hamper which includes: hand thrown pottery by Judy Greene Pottery; mustard by The Lodge Barna Mustards; ketchup by The Sauce Guy ; chutney by An Builín Blasta ; special blend tea and coffee and fruit cake or mince pies by McCambridges of Galway and 10% per cent discount off any Galway Food Tours for 2018!

The Hampers are on sale at Galway Christmas Market until December 22.

The Lodge Barna Mustards

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Items from the Lost Forest

Give the gift of bits of our land in clear pine resin.

Gillian Corcoran writes:

I’m a jewellery designer and maker behind Lost Forest Jewellery; Ireland’s original botanical jewellery line made with environmentally friendly pine resin.

I create bespoke pieces of high quality jewellery and home wares in my Dublin studio featuring dried botanicals, leaves and feathers collected on a seasonal basis from the Irish countryside and shoreline.

The crystal clear pine resin preserves the beauty of the objects forever, and creates a unique piece of wearable art. Lost Forest (shop at link below) enables you to wear a little piece of Ireland with you wherever you go….

Lost Forest Shop

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This year.

Give the gift of personalised wrapping paper.

Rebecca McNamee, at Xmas pop up store The Christmas Collective, writes:

The Christmas Collective at Kildare Village [Kildare Village, Nurney Road, County Kildare] stocks a selection of individual and artisan gifts all from Irish designers and makers.

As part of our Christmas store, we are offering personalised wrapping paper that is printed in front of you with your choice of design.

Nobody else is doing this in Ireland that we know of.

Also Santa Sacks that are heat stamped there and then, and Hand Cut crystal baubles that can be personalised with a name or special message for a loved one.

We can do custom prints for companies also.

#christmascollectiveKV

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Pixelated Dublin by Fintan Wall

Give the gift of retro gamer Dublin prints.

Fintan Wall writes:

I am a graphic designer and illustrator based in Dublin and I make fun retro=inspired merchandise, including art prints mugs, t-shirts and enamel pins..shop at link below)..

A ‘Wall’ for your wall, eh?

Suit yourselves.

Fintan Wall Design

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Save Poolbeg.

Give the gift of decent, divine knitwear

Heather Finn writes:

Hand-loomed in Dublin from softest cashmere and lambswool. Free postage this weekend!

The new Magic Triangles collection is inspired by the Divine Feminine! The triangle is an ancient symbol of this power.

These new pieces celebrate the Wisdom, Magic and Power we all hold to create a better world. Wrap yourself up in bold colour and keep fighting the good fight ladies!

Heather Finn Knitwear

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Yikes.

Saints alive!

Sacreligious stocking fillers!!

Valerie Vette writes:

New Irish Icons is my satirical and affectionate take on creating new Irish icons for a rapidly changing country.

Meet St Panti of Capel Street, patron saint of LGBTQ, cabaret, publicans, big hair and human rights.

St Conor of Crumlin is patron saint of cage fighting, trash talk and tattoos (oh, and boxing).

We have St Bono of Ballymun, who is patron saint of rock, sunglasses and philanthropy.

Plus St Bosco of Montrose, the patron saint of magic doors, boys & girls everywhere and living in a box.

Great gifts for Kris Kindle or for the person who has everything! You can find them on mugs, tote bags and genuine seven-day burn sanctuary candles on the website [at link below].

Always love to hear suggestions and I’m also very happy to do custom orders, if you’d like to ‘saintify’ yourself or a friend for Christmas!

Thanks a million!

New Irish Icons

New Irish Icons (Facebook)

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Give the gift of home made art with a heart.

Rachel Corcoran writes:

I am a freelance illustrator and designer from Dublin.

I love to create little illustrated worlds and bespoke designs in my tiny Dublin studio. I’m a never-ending daydreamer, and all items in my shop are original creations that are lovingly handmade by myself.

My illustrations are whimsical, nostalgic, and unique. I care a lot about this wonderful planet of ours, so all my products are created with environmentally-friendly materials. My prints and cards are printed on high quality 100% recycled papers, and packaged in biodegradable corn starch sleeves; art with a heart.

Rachel Corcoran Shop

Rachel Corcoran




This year.

Give the gift of Irish-made glittering, lobe-lengthening earwear

Fyona writes:

I’m the designer and maker behind Hoops & Fears, based in Berlin but 100% Irish Made, by my fair hands.

Hoops & Fears creates gold ​and silver hoop earrings ​using Japanese “Bunka” cord that ripples and sways with your ​every movement.

I’d like to offer all your readers 20% off all orders, with free shipping worldwide.

Readers can use this link and the discount will be placed automatically or use the code XMASPREZZIES at checkout to apply the discount….

Buy here

Hoops & Fears

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