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You know what you need?

A surfboard serving board.

Ann Power writes:

Copper Coast Woodcrafts is a timber and copper craft company based in Tramore in County Waterford who are producing an array of unique serving boards and platters, sushi boards and chopsticks, retro-style bent nail beer bottle openers, wine bottle and glass carriers and even skateboards this festive season. Prices range from €15 to €180 plus delivery. Browse and shop online for these unique pieces (at link below)

Copper Coast Woodcrafts

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This Xmas.

Give the gift of books.

And chocolate!

Aisling Finn writes;

The Book Resort is a book subscription box company based in Waterford that delivers a beautiful box with a brilliant new book, delicious Irish chocolate & a small surprise to book lovers every month.

Monthly subscriptions are available and one time boxes can be sent to someone else as a gift and a handwritten card can be included on the customers behalf. All suppliers are small Irish businesses.

Offering free nationwide delivery we offer an enjoyable book and chocolate discovery experience. International customers are also welcome.

Boxes are priced at EUR23 for a monthly subscription and start at EUR25 for one time box.

We are shipping gift boxes and cards until Monday December 23.

The Book Resort

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From top: Friends on My Mind – Signed A3 print by Tara O’Brien; The Bernard Shaw – A3 print by Maxi; Two for Joy – signed A3 archival print by Claudine O’ Sullivan; Stoneybatter – A3 print by Maxi; Five In A Row – A3 print by Maxi; Please Don’t Kill Me – signed print by Fuchsia Macaree; Planet Earth – signed A3 digital print by Jacob Stack; Dublin Lamps and Birds print on original 1880’s encyclopaedia page by Pat Byrne; Always Be Different A3 print By Mark Conlan and Dublin Pubs – A3 print by Maxi.

Prints from Irish artists at Dublin-based Jam Art Prints.

Perfect stocking fillers!

Mark at Jam Art writes:

We would like to give Broadsheet readers a chance to win a number of our pieces in a Jam Art giveaway

The winner will have the choice of picking 5 prints from the above selection!

To enter and to coincide with the Dublin Pubs print by Maxi (above), Broadsheet readers need to tell us the best boozer to spend a Christmas Eve and why?

Lines MUST close at 6am [Thursday].

Jam Art Prints

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Thomas Barry, owner of Thomas’s Trendy Socks at the Dun Laoghaire Christmas Market

Fill your stocking.

With trendy socks from Thomas.

Helen O’Dwyer writes:

Thomas Barry, owner of Thomas’s Trendy Socks, is a very special market trader at Dún Laoghaire Christmas Market [Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin] this year.

Thomas has Downs Syndrome as well as a host of other serious illnesses but this hasn’t affected his creative desire to express his inner self.

He now has his very own new sock business with the support of his proud Dad Finbar and family from Tallaght.

Running until  December 23rd. The Dun Laghaire Christmas Market and Festival features the largest ever display of Christmas lights in Dún Laoghaire, the iconic Ferris Wheel from the movie ‘Grease’, a Vintage Funfair, Santa’s Post Box and the very popular Christmas market with a traditional and nostalgic theme bringing the magic of Christmas and a winter wonderland for the festive season….

Dun Laoghaire Christmas Festival 2019

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Better than a scarf!

Irish made stocking fillers from the loving hands of Heather Finn.

Heather writes:

Colourful neck-warmers hand-loomed in Dublin.  Knit from soft Merino yarn spun in Donegal. 

10% off this weekend with code: hfk-greenfriday

Heather Finn Knitwear

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Free this weekend?

The RMDS Irish Craft Fair is back!

In the Multidenominational School in Ranelagh, Dublin 6 on Saturday and Sunday.

Showcasing the best of Dublin-based artists and craftspeople, as well as some emerging talents.

Helen Crawford writes:

The Fair will feature 22 artists and craftspeople, all based in and around Dublin, and who work in a wide range of areas, taking in everything from woodworking, glassmaking and jewellery to knitting, feltmaking and digital art.

The School PTA will have Christmas trees for sale in the courtyard, and there will be live music at the venue. So, be sure to stop by for festive family fun and the opportunity to pick up some truly unique, special gifts!

RMDS Christmas And Craft Fair

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Galway-based Iasc Design.

Handmade jewellery in a variety of man-made materiels.

Including vinyl!

Amy Houlihan at Iasc Designs writes:

Iasc Designs is a self-taught jeweller with a range of modern jewellery designed and handmade in Galway from a variety of natural and man-made materials.

The vinyl collection (above) features eye-catching pieces individually hand cut from vinyl records with a focus on simple geometric shapes which highlight the beautiful textures of the vinyl itself.

More intricate bone-carved jewellery is also available featuring unique, made-to-order pieces. Carved ogham necklaces are a definite bestseller and make an amazing personalised Christmas gift!

Iasc Designs

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From top: Love Will Find A Way by Fab Cow; Liberty Hall by Jando; Home Tree by Belinda Northcote; Baltimore Beacon by Jando; Two of A Kind by Black Hen; Life Is An Adventure by Rebeka Kahn, and Wild Atlantic Way by Simone-Walsh

This Saturday.

At the Kilenny shop, Nassau Street, Dublin 2.

The gift of personalised art.

Seamus Clancy writes:

A host of Ireland’s top artists will be in store greeting customers, discussing their work and personalising every piece sold on the day.

The event is taking place from 12-4pm and features renowned artists Belinda Northcote, Jim Skully, Jando, Vera Gaffney, Simone Walsh, Rebeka Kahn, Fab Cow, Black Hen and more.

Kilkenny Shop

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Brendan McNeely writes:

Too early for stocking filler ideas? Well my 11-year-old son Harry has self-published his second book “The Comedy Spy” which is now available on Amazon.

It’s a story about bad jokes, chicken hats and aliens trying to destroy the Earth. What more could you want!

In fairness.

The Comedy Spy can be bought here

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Cassandra Voices.

Issue 1.

A tactile version of the website Cassandra Voices, a ‘nexus for wide-ranging expertise’ on Irish affairs.

Carefully crafted, possibly prophetic, long-length articles in print form.

Available now from Hampton Books, Donnybrook, Dublin 4, The Company of Books in Ranelagh, Dublin 6. and the Library Project, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

Cassandra Voices

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