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MILWAUKEE, WI (Nov 28 2007) - The folks at IrishFireside.com, home of the top-rated Irish travel podcast, have again put together a list of their favorite Irish and Ireland-related gifts for the holidays. The Irish Fireside Holiday Gift Guide features unique items that will add a Celtic flair to this year’s gift giving – including handcrafted tiles, chocolates, books, artwork, jewelry and even a full Irish breakfast.
“This year we asked our subscribers to nominate their favorite Irish gifts, and they provided us with some exciting new finds,” said Liam Hughes, co-host of the Irish Fireside podcast. “There really is something for everyone on your list.”
The Irish Fireside Gift Guide is posted on the Irish Fireside website at www.IrishFireside.com/giftguide.
About Irish FiresideThe Irish Fireside podcast, website and e-newsletter provide informative and entertaining resources for individuals dreaming about a trip to Ireland . The podcast, which compares to an internet-based radio show, was launched by Ireland-enthusiasts Liam Hughes and Corey Taratuta in February 2006.
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Step 4. For the nose use salmon pink neocolour and a few spots of dusky pink or purple and then white. To gently blend it use light pink cray-pas OP, however make sure that your strokes are tiny as you don't want to mix all four colours in one mess!
Step 5. Now you can use black pencil to define nose and mouth area.
Step 6. Now that neopastels have settled a bit you can use cray-pas OPs over the fur to define it with thin stroke take shades of dark brown, orange, and white and with gently but firm strokes follow the direction of the fur.
Step 7. For the wool use black cray-pas to outline the thread, then use turquoise cray-pas (or any other colour of your choice) in between the black lines. Take a very light shade of turquoise neocolor and with gentle strokes define the texture of wool.
Step 8. Using VERY sharp black, brown and white pencils define the fur. Put in a few dots on kitty's cheeks with dark brown neocolor. Use sharp white pencil to define whiskers. You might need to go over them several times to ensure visibility.