Friday, December 3, 2010

Holiday Gift Guide: JM Cremp's Adventure Store!

Years ago, my husband (boyfriend at the time) was in the Army. He thought I had the coolest little brother and I'll admit, he was right. For our first Christmas together, he bought my brother an army jacket. My brother wore it throughout middle school and high school, and even into college. He wore it everywhere! Military styles never seem to go out of style. They are timeless classics! When JM Cremp's Adventure Store sent Logan an army jacket of his own, the memories came flooding back. While Logan's jacket fits him a little better than my brother's when he received his, I know Logan will enjoy his Weston Jr, kids army jacket this year and hopefully next. Afterwards, I'm sure Sam will get to enjoy it too! The soft sage green jacket seems to be very well made. It is based on Alpha's classic M-65 field coat and it is updated in washed cotton with quilted lining, hidden hood in the neck, and cinched waist. The tan interior is just as soft and it features a great pocket large enough to hold plenty of secret treasures! Flight patches on the outside of the jacket are a little worn around the edges adding even more character to this great jacket! I know military jackets might not be on everyone's list, but JM Cremp's has a lot of great products that probably are! I found many great  items when I visited their site!
Logan LOVES to read, and this set of books would be perfect for him! I am thinking about ordering the set for Christmas this year! The Handy Book Series Set was written by one of the founders of the Boy Scouts of America, D.C. Beard!

  • The Fair Weather and Rainy Day Handy Book features dozens of indoor and outdoor activities, with simple instructions and easy-to-follow diagrams for building a backyard clubhouse, setting up a workshop, picnic games, papercrafts, and other diversions. Paperback, 336 pgs.
  • The American Boy's Handy Book: What to Do and How to Do It is a wealth of projects and games, with practical directions on how to make them. It is the ultimate pre-TV, anti-couch potato activity book, answering the question, "What's there to do?" Softcover, 472 pgs.
  • The Field and Forest Handy Book: New Ideas for Out of Doors has chapters on packing a horse, on making clothes and moccasins, on camp cooking, on building piers, boats, and sleds. Softcover, 448 pgs.
I also found  a Deluxe Zip Line that's perfect for kids and parents! This Zip Line Trolley Ride carries kids 8 and up (up to 250lbs., actually, so Mom and Dad can try their hand, too). It's
  • Super-Durable UV Stabilized Trolley Unit 
  • 70 Foot Steel Stranded Cable
  • All Parts and Hardware for Easy Assembly
  • Easy-to-Follow Instructions
  • Do-it-Yourself Mounting Platform Design Plan
Toddlers will love the Fire Truck Speedster! I love it's vibrant colored steel body. The detailed chrome accents captured my attention and I love the horn, working steering column, plastic fenders and rubber tires! If a bicycle will find it's way under your tree (there will be one under mine-but don't tell Sam!) you should consider a Turbo Spoke!  The Turbo Spoke not only looks like a real motorcycle exhaust pipe, it sounds like one. How cool is that?!? The harder you crank on this pedal-powered monster, the louder it gets. It comes with three different Motocards for six thunderous sounds and best of all,  no batteries are necessary! I could go on and on, but you should see all the great products yourself! Get ready to have some fun and check out JM Cremp's Adventure Store!
Disclosure: Logan was sent a jacket for review. No monetary compensation received.

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