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Personalized Etch Wine and Gifts

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A wine love here myself, I am always keeping an out for unique wine gift ideas. Although giving a bottle of wine as a gift is always welcome but it would even be more amazing if the bottle was personalized!

Anything personalized comes from the heart because you took a moment to spend sometime to personalize the gift fit the person/couple special moment or occasion. Personalized items can be either etched or labeled.

Etched Wines offers a variety of personailized wine options. You can shop by occasion, from birthday, wedding, graduation, new home, new baby, birthday, anniversary, etc.

Etched Wine also offers personalized candles, stemware, mugs, oil or vinegar.

They even take corporate orders, as low as $25 a bottle includes wine plus etching. All other wines and champagnes, just wine + $15 Free set up + low minimums plus super fast turnarounds. Please note this is what appears on their website today, and is subject to change.

Personalized etched or labeled wine, mug, stemware, or oil/vinegar bottles are such an a great gift for that one person in your life who has everything!

Altura Photo Camera Sling Backpack Bag for DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras – Review

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A couple of months ago, I blogged about my three top Amazon pick Camera Sling Packs. I ended up purchasing the Altura Photo Camera Sling Backpack and been using the pack for about a month now. So far no complaints and has been a great transition from my older backpack.

The Altura Photo Camera Sling Backpack is well constructed and padded. The bag has much more room than my previous bag, as I am able to hold two additional small lens and my charger. One the side of the backpack, there is a pocket and buckle to hold your compact tripod, which is a great addition from my old pack. The top compartment is great for my cellphone and other smaller items.

I love the easy access to my camera instead of needing to remove my backpack to access my camera each time. This pack is a great for everyday use or just walking around and you are needing minimal gear. Overall, I am very happy with my purchase and highly recommend.

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