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  • Please help me, ideas for male gifts!

    Can anyone think of gift ideas for men this christmas? I've decided I really want a mens range to sell, but so far i've not been able to come up with anything particularly inspiring, cufflinks and tiepins! I'm trying to think of jewellery related items but it's actually quite tough.... any thoughts greatly received!
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    I do some leather thong necklaces, but I would really like some more ideas.
    Dagna
    The living embodiment of the phrase 'not a morning person'
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    • #3
      Ooh, that's a tough one.... Keyrings? Phone charms....? Spectacle chains...? Simple pendants that aren't too 'girly'....? Book marks...? Silver rings...? Lapel pins.......? Hmmm, then again...maybe not.........
      Elizabeth

      www.elizabethcampbell.org.uk

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      • #4
        this might seem a bit strange
        my brother constantly uses a toothpick and a while back i saw a silver one in a nice box and thought it might be a fun thing to buy him as a pressie
        only prob is i cant remember where i saw it

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        • #5
          men and men.

          OH Dear!
          this always makes me very nervous.
          you see other that a nice new TV or Car, all we(men) want after that is FOOD.
          seriously.
          You see all the other things like knives, pens, keyrings only work 30% of the time. so your odds of really making him happy are low.
          BUT FOOD ALWAYS WORKS.
          and please not girl food.
          dried meat(biltong/ jerky)
          chillies.
          Really sweet stuff - fudge.
          Wierd stuff (a bit dangerous) like tomato jam.
          in my case a guava jam would have me in tears of happiness.

          ok?
          rob

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          • #6
            jewellery

            My hubby is a bit of a jewellery fanatic and he likes bracelets and chains, some pendants but they do have to be quite manly/tribal, he wears a single earring, and rings. He also has a silver money clip so things like that are quite handy... erm... not really sure other than that!
            Princess Prudence
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            • #7
              My hubby is a biker and is always complaining that his neck gets stiff from the wind, so a pull over neck cover would be great.

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              • #8
                Hi Marie have you thought about looking into the more alternative scene of male jewellery? Punks, emos goths that kind of thing, wear more jewellery than your average male. I'm not sure how that fits in with your usual style. Oh and of course there is always Noir and Steampunk styles.
                Karen
                www.angelicfolk.co.uk
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Daniel Parse
                  Hi Every One,
                  I am Dan.There are many kinds of gifts for males.Like perfumes, shaving sets, Sun glasses,watches,laptops,cellphones etc...

                  Thanks....
                  Cheers Dan, but i'm not sure how many of those I could actually bead!!
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                  • #10
                    Maille bracelets can be made fairly easily and you can incorporate a few chunky metal spacers to give them a different look. Sorry I cant include a picture of some I made recently as my daughter isnt here and I cant do computery things

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