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Novica Artisan-Powered Gift Finder


Hey neighbors!

How many of you have heard of Novica?  I love to browse their site looking for gifts, and it just became easier!  They now have a Gift Finder to make it easier to find what you are looking for.  You can search for Romantic Gifts for Her, Gifts for the Animal Lover, Eco-Friendly Gifts and Gifts for Him.  How easy can they make it?  You can also search by price.


I have had a great time the last few hours searching through their site.  I always find gift ideas for family and friends.  You can find everything from home decor, jewelry, clothing, artwork, games, just to name a few.  I found several things I would like!

My husband would like this light weight portable hammock.  He could take this with us when we go camping.


Now Novica gave me a $40 GC to purchase something myself, and they also sent a $40 GC to giveaway to a neighbors.  Everything I have pictures of in this post would meet the $40 limit.  Just look at these items!  I love receiving gifts from Novica from artists from around the world.



I LOVE the glasses and pitcher above!  I would enjoy having either one of these for serving guests.    And any one of my daughters would like to receive the skirt below.  It is so feminine looking!



Here is what my neighbors will have to do to enter this giveaway.  You will need to visit Novica and use their Gift Finder and then leave a comment telling me what you found that you like!  Sound easy?  Let's get started.  Now, I do have to tell you, the code is only good until 12/31/2012, so I am going to only run this one until the 17th and then choose a winner.  That way you will have time to use the gift code.  Hurry up and enter!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a $40 GC for review purposes. All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.




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Comments

Darlene said…
Give it as a gift
I would use it for me. They have some of the most awesome items.
Anonymous said…
The Pearl and moonstone beaded bracelet is beautiful. I'd keep it for myself.
DEBIJOT said…
I would use it for a gift.
BethElderton said…
Id use this as a gift. I'd love to give my daughter one of the gorgeous batik robes.
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Unknown said…
Hmmm...I might use it as a gift or for myself...not sure though! :)
Ashley said…
I'd give as a gift.
Jenn said…
Probably a gift, but don't hold me to it!
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Jenn said…
I followed you on GFC as Jenn (soudersjenn@gmail.com), but am signed in under Lynn Sorkowski (luvmycat@juno.com), my FB name and email.
Angie B said…
My Christmas shopping is about done so I'd probably use it as a treat for myself
Unknown said…
I would kept if for myself.
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Unknown said…
keep it for myself :)
Unknown said…
I would love the garnet bracelet I found, and I would definitely use this for me!
Michele said…
I love the mirror "jewels", but it is so hard to choose just one thing from this fabulous site!
MamaStace said…
I'd use it towards a christmas gift for someone else

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Brittany said…
I'd use it as a gift!
Cristi said…
I'd probably keep it for myself -- or find something to give my oldest daughter and then borrow it on occasion.
Kristen said…
I've given a gift from Novica before, but this would be for me.
wizardewu said…
I would use this as a gift.
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debijackson said…
i would keepit and get the radiant natural fiber basket debbie jackson
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...oh, I think I would keep this for myself - I love that hammock - it would be great at the summer place!
Debby said…
I'd keep it as a gift for myself. :)
benz1171 said…
Keep it for myself.
I'd keep it for myself :)

April C.
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Satsuki Rebel said…
I would use this as a gift.
Angela Saver said…
For a gift

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Vanessa said…
I'd use it for a gift for my husband.
Unknown said…
I love the jewelry .. All of it !!

Heidi B
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Re said…
i'd keep it for myself and get me something cute for xmas
Unknown said…
would love to use as a gift
Cori Westphal said…
I'd keep it for me for sure! :)

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Anonymous said…
I would use the giftcard to buy a gift or two and something for me! WIN WIN!
Gala said…
keep it for myself
cman said…
I would use it for family gifts.
kathy dalton said…
i would buy my fiance' gift
Teresa Thompson said…
I would keep it for myself.
I would use it for me!
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MizVickik said…
I'd get something for my husband =)
Miz Vickik
Pam said…
I'd use it for a gift.

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Anonymous said…
They have some beautiful jewelry, so I would be a little selfish and treat myself to a new ring.
Diana said…
I would use for a gift
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michedt said…
I'd use it to purchase a gift.
Domestic Diva said…
I'd give it as a gift.

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Nancy said…
I might use it to buy a gift.

Nancy
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Julie said…
I would buy a gift for my mommy

hebb dot julie at gmail dot com
Unknown said…
I would definitely use it :)
Erika P. said…
I would get something for myself

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