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Ignis Glass Studio downtown offers the opportunity for customers to blow their own heirloom glass ornament. With the help of their artists, you choose colors, work the glass into shape and actually trap your own breath in glass.
Only $40 per ornament.
Call 423-265-2565 to set up an appointment.
This little sprout is a clever twist on a common household item. The Arta Tea Leaf Infuser will bring a smile to any tea drinker. Fill the stainless steel basket with loose-leaf tea, secure the stemmed lid, and place the whole infuser into a cup or pot of hot water to steep. When finished steeping, pick the Infuser up by the stem and place on a saucer.
Pair this with some tea from New Moon Gallery to complete the set.
Take all of the stress and difficulty out of buying jewelry this season by visiting Plum Nelly. Their knowledgable staff can help you pick out the perfect gift from a wide variety of styles, designers and budgets. The Christy Klug Collection really caught our eye this year.
Put these stainless steel Wine Pearls in the freezer for a few hours and they work just like soapstone cubes by chilling your drink of choice. These dainty pearls look much more attractive floating in your Cosmopolitan compared to a soapstone cube and they are the ideal size for chilling your wine—exactly what you want during the holidays when there'll be no shortage of wine, but rather a shortage of space in your refrigerator to chill it all.
It's winter, it's cold and a soft, comfy sweater can almost make these chilly temperatures bearable. Cabela's selection of sweaters (such as this Deer Lodge Hooded Sweater for $44.99), jackets and stylish warm weather clothing is large enough that you're sure to find a perfect gift and even something for yourself.
The art teachers at Uptown Art walk customers through the process of creating a painting in two- and three-hour Art Classes. Each student starts with a blank canvas and ends with a finished painting.