12 Days of Christmas- Gift 1!

The countdown to Christmas has officially started! We are now 12 days away. Where does the time go? With less than two weeks remaining though, we can officially kick off our “12 Days of Christmas” blog post series. We asked some local-loving Phoenicians for their top gift picks (all found at Practical Art) and we’ll unveil one each day leading up to Christmas.

When you ask an eclectic group of people for their suggestions, you get back an interesting mix of responses. But we have to say, we’re loving their choices. So check in each day to see who these mystery Phoenicians are and what they picked. We’ll also be throwing in our two cents later on in the countdown…that is if we can pick just one item a piece!

Without further adieu we hope you discover a Christmas gift treasure among the bunch selected. Happy Holidays everyone!

 

Day 1

Phoenician: Helene Tack, Local First AZ

Item: Turned Wood Rolling Pin, Short-Style by Paul Porter

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Helene Tack of Local First Arizona picked the wonderful wood rolling pin by artist Paul Porter. These elegant kitchen pieces are crafted to perfection, and can add an artful splash of color to your kitchen utensil collection. Helene plans to stop in and nab one for one of her foodie friends, and we agree it is the perfect gift for the baker in your life!

About Helene: Helene Tack is the Program Development Director for Local First Arizona, an organization that promotes and supports locally owned businesses throughout the state of Arizona. She enjoys educating individuals about Arizona owned businesses like Practical Art, and the effect that patronizing these businesses has in the community.

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