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Christmas GIFT GUIDE

November 15 2007

Wanna be wicked? Precious Get them a ticket gifts from Emily Jean Designs
BY MAGDALENA SZULC A ticket, similarly to a voucher, can make for a great Christmas gift. It is a bit more specific than a voucher, but when bought with care and attention, can put a big smile on the recipient's face! Just to make things clear -- we're not talking about parking tickets here! If you're looking for the perfect present for a friend who happens to be quite outgoing and enjoys socialising and attending public events, you're halfway there. Let's say your friend is a big fan of sporting events and has a favourite team you obviously know of. Check when that team is playing their next game and simply buy the ticket. Is the person you're buying for a big music fan? It so happens that one of his favourite bands is coming to town. What do you do then? You go out there and buy the ticket for him, already picturing that big hug you're going to get for it. Even if that particular concert is a couple of months away from now or Christmas, it will extend the time your friend will be enjoying owning the ticket -- all the time up to the concert and much longer! Is that special someone a frequent movie-goer? Does she always know what films are being released and can tell you straight away who the director is and what actors star in particular movies? Why not get her a season ticket to one of the local cinemas? The same goes for those loving theatre, opera, music hall, or any other kind of entertainment. Not only will you please them by getting them something so thoughtful and practical at the same time, they might also want to take you with them!

I am jolly I am magical I am pure excitement
I am a story of father christmas at the g hotel
The g hotel welcomes father Christmas to an afternoon of storytelling, face painting, balloon making & scrumptious festive treats.
Sunday 9th of December from 3.00pm - 5.00pm To book your place contact Triona on 091 865 200

Galway's Emily Jean Designs is fast becoming recognised for its contemporary designs as well as quality and creativity in handcrafted jewellery and head pieces. Combinations of precious and semi-precious gems with sea pearls and Swarovski crystals producing gorgeous jewellery pieces. The designer's passion for her art and flair for fashion is reflected in her range of necklaces, earrings, brooches, bracelets, and head pieces -- creations that will add that finishing touch to complete an outfit. A Christmas gift box set from Emily Jean Designs, beautifully presented, is sure to be appreciated. Gift vouchers

are also available. The new range specially designed for this season's parties and balls include jewelled hair clips, hair bands, and brooches. View the full range at 1 Augustine Street, adjacent to Meadows and Byrne, just a minute's walk from Shop Street, phone (091) 530207, or e-mail Emily Jean Designs' recently opened studio and show room in Galway city shows the success of this established business and provides a custom-made service for weddings. Jewellery and headpieces are designed and handmade individually, providing a unique one off piece for your special day.

Wellpark, Galway Tel: 091 865 200

Available at Richard Quinn Jewellers, Dominick Street.

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