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More holiday gift ideas!

This post was written by Elysia
on December 2, 2011 | Comments (0)

by John-Morgan on Flickr

Two weeks ago, I posted a Holiday gift guide for Pagans, Wiccans, and cool people, sharing some of the books I’ve acquired that were published within the past year or so that I figured would make nifty gifts for your favorite witches. (Only the ones who’ve been really good and bad this year!) But what if you don’t want to give the gift of books, but you still have Pagans in your life you’d like to shop for?

Cara Schultz at PNC Minnesota has very kindly done all kinds of research to round up the ultimate giving list. So much so that it had to be divided into two parts!

In part one, you’ll find foodie ideas, film reviewer Peg Aloi’s inspiring movie suggestions, music suggestions from ĂĽberblogger extraordinaire Jason Pitz-Waters of The Wild Hunt, and few ideas for the eco-conscious Pagan by No Unsacred Place bloggers John Beckett and Eli Effinger-Weintraub.

In part two, Cara covers art and gifts for children, Patheos and PNC-Atlanta blogger Star Foster shares some art and botanical lotion picks, I share my book picks, web developer Dash provides some ideas for the techno-mage in your life, and PNC Warriors & Kin blogger Lori Dake, Bress Nicneven from the Upper Midwest Pagan Alliance (UMPA), and Selena Fox from Circle Sanctuary and Pagan Warrior Radio all chip in to provide ideas for any military Pagans you may know. (Or not know – UMPA and Circle are both holding drives to send Yule care packages to active duty Pagans stationed abroad.)

While a few of the recommendations are local in nature, most are not, as we are all gathered together by the loving strands of the Interwebs in a warm and fuzzy embrace. So have fun shopping! Feel free to add your suggestions in the comments as well!

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