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Extended Hours for the Holidays

Keep in mind that with the holidays, comes longer hours for us here at The Gift. We are now open Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Sat 10 - 6, Fri 10 - 9 and Sun 12 - 4. Plenty of time to take care of any holiday shopping needs. 

The Holiday Season Is Here

The Holiday season is upon us and with that, lots of great gift ideas are available RIGHT HERE at The Gift Itself! That's right, new jewelry from Michelle Zjala Winter (previous owner here at the shop), mobiles, and REALLY cool ones from the 'Mobile Man' Steve Haas, and coming really soon, fused glass work from Barb and Doug Henderson. We have cookies and coffee available so come on down, warm up, have some treats and let us gift wrap all your gifts for free!! Also, Allen Buch (also previous owner) is here helping out, taking in custom work and eager to say "Hello" to each and everyone of you (maybe even give you 'bunny ears' in a photo). See you soon!

 

   

 

New jewelry from previous owner Michelle Zjala Winter  and fused glass plates from local artists Barb and Doug Henderson.

 

Rings from previous owner Allen Buch are now ON SALE!! 50% off!!

  

 

New mobiles from the "Mobile Man" Steve Haas to enjoy in your home!

 

Come on down and check out all the new art work, enjoy some coffee and cookies, see what's on sale and all gifts you purchase come with free gift wrapping!

 

 

Closing early for Thanksgiving

Today we are going to be closing the shop a little early in observance of Thanksgiving. We will be open until 3:00 p.m. today, closed all day tomorrow and opening early on Friday. Friday we will be opening at 8:00 a.m. and staying open until 8:00 p.m.  We hope you enjoy the company of your friends and family. If you are traveling, travel safely. Eat lots of turkey, stuffing, and potatos!

 

 

New items available on our Etsy page!

We are creating up a storm here at The Gift Itself. There are new pieces being added to our Etsy page at : https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheGiftItself?ref=hdr_shop_menu.

You can find all kinds of one of kind, hand made and uniqe jewelry items which are perfect for any occasion. Keep in mind that we can alway make something just for you. 

All you have to do is let us know! We frequently create custom jewelry that is inspired by pieces we have already done or something completly new that is made using your

ideas! Just message us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  and let us know.

 

 

There are so many pieces of new art here!!

Alright!! I admit it, I'm a nerd for the arts!! There, I said it, now enjoy more photos of awesome new art that our artists have produced. Included in the following photos is a super cute new jumper that Mary Sue Fenner made, temari balls (ancient Japanese toys) by local artist Sally Cubitt, and holiday ornaments from Barb and Doug Henderson out of Sturgeon Bay.

One of our watercolor artists, Stacey Small brought in new greeting cards with beautiful original works of art on each card. We are going to have new work from one of our old favorites, Rollin Karg who does glorious blown glass sculptures. 

Also, don't forget about Draw-lery by previous owner Michelle Zjala Winter. Get your orders in sooner rather than later for the coming holiday season. Stop in with your childs drawings and she will turn them into wearable pieces of jewelry in silver or gold. She did just finish a new collection of jewelry for us including evergreen trees in silver, accenting natural gemstones. 

There is so much going on down here, we can't even get all the info out quick enough to share. Stop on down to check it all out. Enjoy this beautiful fall day and we look forward to seeing you all soon!

Below are the fused glass pieces by Bard and Doug Henderson

  

Mary Sue Fenner clothing and David Kwasny painting

 

 

   

Sally Cubitt Temari Balls

  

Glass and metal scupltures from Rollin Karg

Watercolor cards (among others) and don't forget about "Draw-Lery" by Michelle Zjala Winter for the upcoming holiday!

     

Natural gemstone accented with a silver evergreen tree by Michelle Zjala Winter.