Stuff for the stocking

Published 9:08 pm Wednesday, December 19, 2007

By By Lisa Tindell – news editor
The bicycles are donned in red bows in the garage and the video games are under the tree. The stockings are hung by the chimney with care, but those stockings still need to be stuffed with goodies.
Brewton area merchants are ready to help out with a variety of items to fill stockings for young and old alike.
If you are looking for something more than just a candy cane or flash light, you'll find a variety of items perfect for anyone who has a stocking hanging somewhere in your home.
From decorative items to products that pamper the body, The Treasure Chest may be the answer to a lot of gift questions.
Small trinkets are also available at The Treasure Chest, Fountain said. The downtown retailer has a variety of items including key-finders for purses and items to fit almost any taste.
If you're looking for something with a little more sophistication and style for the woman in your life, Candy Smith at Shades of Gray Boutique can help with the decisions for stocking stuffers.
If you're looking for something a little unusual, Joan Archer with The Cracked Pot has some ideas that would suit a variety of tastes.
In addition to the decorative floral arrangements and other items at The Cracked Pot, you can find personal items as well, Archer said.
Monogrammed items are always a good idea. Milligan's on the Boardwalk has more monogramming ideas than you could imagine, Jill Goolsby said.
Shoppers in East Brewton will have an opportunity to stuff a few stockings with wonderful items from Nena's Place.
Nena's Place also carries the Bean Pod brand soy candles with current prices reflecting a 25 percent savings.
Unique and classic items to place in someone's stocking, can also be found at The Hour Glass.
The Hour Glass also has a variety of candles that will fit in a stocking, Stewart said.
For the busy shopper, gift certificates are an easy way shop. Gift certificates can be purchased in any denomination at the Greater Brewton Area Chamber of Commerce as well as WOW Caf

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