It's a little early for most of us to start picking out Christmas gifts, but if you're looking to stash something away early for a special someone, Thomas Kinkade is coming to the rescue. Through the good folks at Hawthorne Village (?), Kinkade, who has trademarked the term "Painter of Light" to describe himself, has "presented" a "three-dimensional masterpiece" known as Faith Mountain. For those not familiar with Kinkade's work, which until now has been directed more toward paintings, all I can say from a point of personal taste is that if you do an Internet search for "kitschy" and "bad taste," you'll eventually run across some of his "masterpieces." The ad I saw for Faith Mountain, shown above, describes it as illustrating the story of Jesus, "from His riding into Jerusalem to His betrayal and trial to His dying on the cross and ultimately His triumph over the grave." Kinkade and Hawthorne trumpet Faith Mountain, which carries a price tag of $135, plus $19.99 shipping and handling, as "a true testament to Jesus’ love, faith and strength." My guess is that Jesus, had he not departed from the tomb, would be rolling in it after getting a load of this thing. But if this is your cup of tea, I suggest you hurry. They're limiting it to one per customer.