Tanning beds aren't the only perks of being the governor of Alaska. As required by Alaska law, Sarah Palin reported gifts she received this year valued over $250. The loot included a gun case embroidered with her name, a statue of the Virgin Mary, a goatskin-bound Bible, an embroidered cross-stitched blanket, and a plate hand-painted with her image, according to Politico. Palin's attorney filed the paperwork, noting "although there are relative few gifts that exceed [$250], there were many gifts that were valued under $50 (mainly books and CDs, T-shirts and the like). It took many hours to winnow this list to its present form." The filing does not, however, list gifts Sarah and Todd may have received from his snow-machine sponsorship with Arctic Cat, due to Todd's confidentiality clause with the company.