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Dec 7th 2010 at 9:39 PM

I am always looking in December for the visual elements online more then the rest of the year's marketing. AS a product-on-demand merchant with zazzle and cafepress galleries, the best illustrations in my collection were inspired by Decembers holidays and based on traditional representations from my excellent childhood events. My parents were masters of celebration.

Original Banner by TIKI TOON zazzle.com/tikitoon

SO here is some footloose and fanciful links for wrapping gifts, eating lebkuchen [german gingerbread], and more.

twitter wrap: http://pages.samsung.com/us/tweetwrap/

Design a printable and downloaded gift wrap you custom design and integrate your tweets.

E. Otto Schmidt, Lebkuchen from Nuremberg http://ww2.lebkuchen-schmidt.com/eng_index.php

Deutshland my mother's side keeps the tradition alive with relative Tante [Great Aunt] sending decorated and collectible tin-painted boxes full of ginger treats, without fail ever year. On eBay, the various years collectible boxes take high-bidder all the time but it is unimaginable that I would sell mine.

without decorationFestive Chest 2010            Festive Chest 2010

13 types of specialty biscuits

On December 7 th 1835, was the Grand opening of the Ludwigs-Railway-Company. Homage of this historical event is the elaborately embossed holiday chest./ ) / Size: 42 x 30 x 17 cm / material: printed tin plate, attractively embossed

 

 

a product-on-demand gallery from San Francisco's TIKI TOON Merchants athttp://www.zazzle.com/tikitoon/gifts?cg=196108642127997763&ps=60#products a homage to childhood magic in foil wrapping, Christmas greeting cards and 'toon'ish animals Dec 6 -Dec 10 2010 OneKontest


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