360 West December 2012 : Page 32

TheGivingSeason Things that say Texas 1 1 Help your skeet/clay shooter improve their scores with the Browning Citori 725 Field Shotgun. If you’re clueless about guns, the nice folks at Texas Outdoors will help you; remember that you’ll have to register the gun in your name as the purchaser. $2,195 without a case. 2 As soon as they can put pen to paper, it’s time to teach your children the art of writing thank-you notes. Goodnight Cowtown’s colorful artwork by Lisa Carrington Voight now is available in notecard sets, giving children several Fort >VY[OZWLJPÄJKLZPNUZ·MYVT)HZZ/HSS[V[OL rodeo — to choose from. $16, Kay’s Hallmark, Parkhill’s, Kimbell Art Museum, Barnes & Noble or goodnightcowtown.com. 3 ;OLZLÅHZRZNL[ZVTLUPJL^PUKV^KYLZZPUN with colorful tooled leather covers. $69 each, Maverick Fine Western Wear. 4 M.L. Leddy’s recently celebrated its 90th anniversary. It’s footwear like these custom alligator boots with kid skin upper and cactus-design inlay that have made customers happy for all those years. $5,170. 5 Iconic Texas singer Willie Nelson tells his life story in the newly released Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die , which details his colorful past, his timeless music and his amusing outlook on life. $22.99, HarperCollins. Available at amazon.com. 6 Remember Big Tex with these hand-drawn and hand-painted ink-and-watercolor brooches from Gainesville artist Page Davidson, a big Big Tex fan. $40, Paige Davidson Gallery. 7 We like our totes big and roomy. Juan Antonio whip-stitched tooled leather tote with suede lining and multiple interior pockets, $499.99, Scentimentals. 8 Marianna and Micah Whitson, a Southern couple now living in Boston, pay homage to their roots with Old Try, a fun collection of letterpress posters, T-shirts and more. They’ve been featured in Design Sponge and Apartment Therapy blogs and in Garden & Gun magazine. One of our Texas faves is this framed print featuring archival dry mounting and non-glare acrylic glass. $185, theoldtry.com. 9 You can never have too many charms. Coreen Cordova silver-plated charm necklace, $99, holds assorted designs you can mix and match, $79-$174, Maverick Fine Western Wear. Photos by Aaron Dougherty 2 3 4 5 6 7 RESOURCES Kay’s Hallmark 4828 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth; 817-731-8283 Kimbell Art Museum 3333 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth; 817-332-8451 or kimbellart.org Maverick Fine Western Wear 100 E. Exchange Ave., Fort Worth; 817-626-1129 or maverickwesternwear.com M.L. Leddy’s 2455 N. Main St., Fort Worth; 817-624-3149 or leddys.com Paige Davidson Gallery 205 S. Commerce St., Gainesville; 940-665-2138 or paigedavidson. com Parkhill’s Jewelry & Gifts 2751 Park Hill, Fort Worth; 817-921-4891 or parkhillgifts.com Scentimentals 3905 W. Vickery Blvd., Fort Worth; 817-921-2303 or scentimentalsllc.com Texas Outdoors 3821 Southwest Blvd., Fort Worth; 817-731-3427 or texasoutdoors.biz 32 December 2012 www.360westmagazine.com

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