Monday, October 14, 2013

1/2 off on shipping, shop early for the holidays - items in stock now!

Top O' The Morning To All,
Ce'ad Mi'le Fa'ilte
100,000 Welcomes

Halloween <http://www.celticattic.com/treasures/halloween_gifts.htm> is 
almost upon us... We will be sending out the giveaway basket in just a 
few short weeks.It is most certainly winter in the Pacific Northwest... 
Rain, Rain and more Rain! And did I mention, cold, cold, cold..With 
everything that is going on in the US and world today we thought we 
would help out with your Holiday shopping.½ off on shipping and a free 
candy bag with each order.We also have about 100 free gifts that will be 
added to the first 100 orders online starting right now.

Halloween GIVEAWAY! We will be giving away a Spooky Basket! (Gift Basket 
includes - 2 Halloween coffee mugs, Irish or Scottish Tea, Irish Candy 
Treats bag! Value $50.00) Enter Now!  Anyone that enters now, will be 
put into the Halloween Giveaway drawing... 
*http://www.celticattic.com/contact_us/free_giveaway.htm*

If you want to check out our happenings on our new facebook Celtic Attic 
page, visit us and please like 
us!https://www.facebook.com/celtic.attic.1 Please like us!

Our friend Josie V just opened up a Gift shop that we are calling Artist 
Alley Gifts.So all your Favorite Celtic Attic goodies are now in the new 
store location along with a wide variety of other gifts and jewelry.We 
have balloon baskets, gift baskets and so much more!It is a Celtic 
Paradise.We have just launched our line of Fairy Bath products.Soon to 
be added to the website.The store address is 408 Pacific Ave, Bremerton 
WA 98337.For those that would love to visit and get your Celtic on, drop 
by Tues-Sat 11am-6PM.

We are still working on our website remodel.We are so very close... The 
shopping cart on the current Celtic Attic website will be in place until 
the middle of November, then I will be changing all those links to point 
to the new website.I think you will love the new site and it is so much 
easier to navigate.You can take a peak at it now, it is online, but the 
shopping cart is not functional while we finish adding the products.We 
also appreciate your patience with our old moldy shopping cart...We are 
also launching a new website:http://www.acelticcalling.com 
<http://www.acelticcalling.com/>.

What to know where Celtic Attic will be and what shows we will be 
selling at?Visit this page for more info...

http://www.celticattic.com/contact_us/information/company_certificates.htm

Here is the deal of the month at the Celtic Attic.  The Celtic Attic 
Cookbook is now available for FREE in PDF format.  That's right, FREE.   
We have decided to give you this gift so you can cook some of these 
great ideas for the upcoming holidays!  Email Kristin@celticattic.com 
<mailto:Kristin@celticattic.com> if you would like your free pdf copy of 
this book.

Are you interested in things that go bump in the night or that cannot be 
explained?  Ghosts, Spirits and the Supernatural?  Celtic Shops, malls, 
pubs and restaurants?  Stay tuned; the first book in our NEW Celtic 
Haunted Highway Travel Series is due to be released soon.... More books 
by author Kristin Olsen

*http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/celticattic*

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bytes)Halloween Traditions Part 1 of 2

IRISH HALLOWEEN TRADITIONS

The Celts celebrated Halloween as Samhain, 'All Hallowtide' - the 'Feast 
of the Dead', when the dead revisited the mortal world. The celebration 
marked the end of summer and the start of the winter months.

During the eighth century the Catholic Church designated the first day 
of November as 'All Saints Day ('All Hallows') - a day of commemoration 
for those Saints that did not have a specific day of remembrance. The 
night before was known as 'All Hallows Eve' which, over time, became 
known as Halloween.

Here are the most notable Irish Halloween Traditions:

Colcannon for Dinner: Boiled Potato, Curly Kale (a cabbage) and raw 
Onions are provided as the traditional Irish Halloween dinner. Clean 
coins are wrapped in baking paper and placed in the potato for children 
to find and keep.

The Barnbrack Cake: The traditional Halloween cake in Ireland is the 
barnbrack which is a fruit bread. Each member of the family gets a 
slice. Great interest is taken in the outcome, as there is a piece of 
rag, a coin and a ring in each cake. If you get the rag then your 
financial future is doubtful. If you get the coin then you can look 
forward to a prosperous year. Getting the ring is a sure sign of 
impending romance or continued happiness.

The Ivy Leaf: Each member of the family places a perfect ivy leaf into a 
cup of water and it is then left undisturbed overnight. If, in the 
morning, a leaf is still perfect and has not developed any spots then 
the person who placed the leaf in the cup can be sure of 12 months 
health until the following Halloween. If not..... (C) Copyright 
http://www.ireland-information.com


*GREAT CHRISTMAS DEALS* 
<http://www.celticattic.com/treasures/christmas_all_year_long.htm>

All Sales Items are now at least 50% off, so order now for all your 
holiday shopping needs. We created a page with all the new items we are 
discontinuing from our product line. We don't usually do this, but they 
are taking up space in the warehouse. Our overstock is your pocketbooks 
gain.

*http://celticcallings.com/shopping/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=CSC&Category_Code=SP1***

*Celtic Wedding 
<http://celticcallings.com/shopping/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=CSC&Category_Code=CWG>*! 
Add a Celtic Flavor to your Wedding.

*http://www.celticattic.com/treasures/personalized_gifts.htm*


As Always, Peace
Kristin and the staff at the Celtic Attic
408 Pacific Ave

Bremerton, WA 98337

360-813-1113  or 360-531-1107

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