A Bird Told Us 

Need a one-of-a-kind local gift? Give these a shot.

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Looking for that quirky one-of-kind creative gift? Bird Cox gave us a little preview of her ninth annual Bizarre Market, housed upstairs at Chop Suey Books in Carytown. It's a great place to pick up a stocking stuffer or two. Here are a few of the 50 vendors whose work will be sold.

Montrose Stitchery: hand-printed cycling caps, wallets, bike bags, phone cases.

Christie Thompson: übermodern handmade neckties and mens' accessories

Blackbird Tees: hand-printed shirts and scarves for men and women

Camp Wolf: Pendleton wool-adorned gear for hip little ones

Jason LaFerrera: limited edition lunar phase calendars

Stephanie Saavedra: oil-tanned leather women's clutches

Maja Bality: functional, magical ceramic creature dishes (pictured)

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