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Frank O’Dea, of Balla Bán Art Gallery, Westbury Mall, Dublin 2.

I know Christmas cards are slowly dying out but we’ve a few of these in the gallery shop for jilted lovers…

Festive, in fairness.

Balla Bán

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This Christmas.

Give the gift of wearable bone, copper or even vinyl!

Amy Houlihan writes:

Galway-based brand Iasc Designs uses traditional techniques to make modern mixed-media jewellery from a variety of materials including copper, bone, recycled vinyl records and computer parts.  Each piece is individually handcrafted to produce high quality, one of a kind, eye-catching accessories.

Iasc Designs

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This afternoon.

In time for Christmas.

A new soap launch.

Rob Kenny writes:

After two years of research, planning and development, Co. Meath based the Handmade Soap Company are delighted to today announce the launch of their pioneering new indulgent product range: Anam.

Derived from the Irish word for ‘soul’, the new Anam range transcends any existing environmental technologies.

The hero products are a lifelong, ornate hand lotion and hand wash glass bottle. Once your soap and lotion are running low, you simply re-order & refill the contents to your glass bottle, which arrive in a 100% compostable pouch, to be placed in your food bin.

The glass bottles can be filled with the contents of your compostable pouch time and time again

The Handmade Soap Company

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This Christmas.

Give The Golden Age of Dublin.

Ronan Carey writes:

You can’t have spent a day in Dublin without ever spying one of the famous “Malton Trail” signs dotted around the capital. These windows into the past show us what some of our most beloved spots looked like nearly two and half centuries ago.

Created and published especially by the Little Museum of Dublin to accompany our exhibition on the works of artist James Malton, this handsome new book serves a miniature biography of a city at the height of its golden age.

The Golden Age Of Dublin

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From Grace’s Favours.

Felt Among Us ‘crewmates’.


Simmi Duffin writes:

Do you have an Among Us [online multiplayer, space-themed deduction game] fanatic in your life? This is the perfect stocking filler for them – collect them in every different colour and have your own game, who will be the imposter among the crewmates? Each character is €6.50 plus postage from Grace’s Favours (at link below)

Have a custom request? We LOVE a challenge! Contact us through either Facebook or Instagram

Among Us Character Decorations (Grace’s Favours)

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Neck and face coverings we can all get behind.

Heather Finn writes:

Colourful neck warmers hand loomed in Galway. Knit from soft merino wool spun in Donegal. Perfect stocking filler from Heather Finn knitwear.

Heather Finn

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The socks are a tribute to “Galway Yellow” (AKA Big Yellow Thing) sculpture on NUIG’s campus

Amuse your friends.

Dazzle your enemies.

Joanne Brophy, of NUI Galway Students’ Union, writes:

Our Students’ Union Charity Socks Are Back!

The socks are a collaboration with Galway company Irish Socksciety and are on sale now for €9 a pair with all proceeds going to the SU charities.

They’re an ideal present for anyone who has ever said “I’ll meet ya at the Big Yellow Thing” over the years!

The “Galway Yellow” sculpture outside the NUIG Library was created by artist Brian King in 1976 and has been a landmark and meeting point for UCG/NUIG students since then. It goes by a few nicknames most commonly “The Big Yellow Thing” but also “The Squiggle” and “Archimedes Balls”. The socks are on sale now from the SU website and the SU Shop at NUI Galway (8.30am-4pm Mon-Fri) The SU Charities this year are: Galway Rape Crisis Centre, Galway Autism Partnership and Helplink Mental Health.

Big Yellow Thing Socks (SU NUIG)

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Brush Bags.

Irish-made pouches for make-up brushes and more.

Gillian Murphy writes:

My small Irish business has the PERFECT stocking filler! My product is call Brush Bags which is a chic, hygienic, compact makeup brush pouch designed to protect makeup brushes from harmful bacteria lurking at the bottom of all handbags!

Created to protect your brush, your handbag & ultimately your skin, Brush Bags can also double up as a mini makeup bag to safe-keep those smaller makeup items in one place in your handbag.

There are 5 Brush Bags in each box @ €14.95. We have a 20% Christmas discount code: Xmas20

The perfect stocking filler for that make-up lover in your life!

Brush Bags

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Feast Roast.

A vegan alternative to stuffed turkey crown.


From Irish start-up Thanks Plants.

Luke Brennan writes:

If anyone is interested in eating a bit less meat this Christmas, this (above) is what I am going for.

They have a rather delicious Seiten festive roast. Seiten flour is the same core ingredient in their vegan sausage range, which I got slightly addicted to this summer. Available in most Dublin based SuperValu stores, or online through their website (at link below). Not quite a stocking filler, but 100% Irish and a great addition to the Christmas table!

Thanks Plants

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