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Happy Horchow Holidays

I am trying to cut back on spending and be more financially responsible (someone has to, right?) so I shall create a fantasy shopping cart, share these fun Christmas finds through my virtual home here and admire them from afar.

Maybe you'll be persuaded to be less financially responsible than me and pick something up for yourself - perhaps the personalized wrapping paper (5 sheets for the bargain price of $90 - seriously????).




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  1. I can't even imagine spending that much for wrapping paper...

    in 5 years.

    Hello, Dollar Tree.

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  2. Seriously...who would spend that much money on wrapping paper??

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  3. thats just unreasonable for some darn wrapping paper, you can get a personalized stamp and make your own my goodness! i love that little reindeer with the candy cane candles!

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  4. I got my Harchow catalog in the mail the other day and just pitched it without even glancing at it. But I did look through the FAO Schwartz catalog and saw a $10,000 "toy" jeep...so there you have it.

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  5. i had to give up on my gorgeous horchow stockings for $65. i love the fantasy shopping cart.

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  6. I swear I saw that wrapping paper someplace else for a lot less than that. I'll try to remember where.

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  7. Fun post! I love the idea of a virtual shopping cart.

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