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Old 12-13-2006, 08:10 PM   #41
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i'm looking for a cute little friendship "saying/poem" that is to be given with hand lotion. It compares the soothing effects of friendship/lotion. I was given this same thing years ago and then gave it to friends a few years back, but now can't find it. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Old 12-14-2006, 01:36 AM   #42
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A little deviation (tho' that's suitable when it comes to chocolate, no?)

I'd add a decorated can or sachet of hot chocolate; to use the whisk on.
You could even add a little chunk of chocolate, a peppermint stick/ candy cane and mini marshmallows with it. (chocolate to grate on top of your hot chocolate, peppermint stick to stir--melts and tastes GREAT) Mmmmm... now I want to go get some.

Happy holidays!
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Old 12-14-2006, 05:07 AM   #43
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Great idea! Thank you so much for sharing!
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Old 12-14-2006, 10:26 AM   #44
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OK Gals~
Sorry I haven't been on in a couple of days, but I'm getting caught up now. Here is a list of some of the ones I have...I have 103 of them so if you have something specific that you are looking for let me know!!

Soup or Soup mix- Wishing you a "souper" Holiday Season!
Apples and Hershey's Hugs- A teacher can't live by apples alone...She needs Hugs too!!
Popcorn Balls- Hoping you have a Ball this Holiday Season!
Loaf of Bread- For being there when you were "kneaded", for "rising" to the occasion, large or small. For never, "loafing"on the job, for helping other to "Heel" with TLC. NO matter how you "slice it" you do a terrfific job loving others Merry Christmas!
Jolly Ranchers- Have a Holly "Jolly" Christmas!
Rootbeer- We're rooting for you to have a Happy Holiday Season and a wonderful New Year!!
Jar of Jelly- Jelly is like love, you can't spread it around without getting some on yourself! Mery Christmas
Mints- Friends like you are worth a mint!! Merry Christmas!!
Strainer- We couldn't restrain ourselves from wishing you a very merry Christmas! (cute filled with pasta and sauce)
Bubble gum or Bubble bath- May your Holidays Bubble over with fun
Pencile and Notepad- Merry Christmas for our pad to yours!!
Grater and Cheese- "To a Grate Neighbor! Merry Christmas"
Bear shaped Honey- Have a Bear-y Sweet Christmas!
Nuts- We're nuts about you Merry Christmas!
A juice pitcher with candy canes- We Pitcher you raising a little Cane during the Holidays! Have a Merry Christmas!
Measuring Cup or Glass- Wishing you Joy beyond Measure
Mousse- Merry Christmousse to our Deer Friends!
Gingerbread House- Nibble Nibble like a mouse, We hope you'll nibble at this house!! Merry Christmas!!
Mug with Hot Cocoa- to our special friends who are so dear, we wish you all a cup of Cheer.
Jar of Jam- Hope you have a HOliday Jammed packed with Fun!
Cookie Dough- Here's a little extra dough for Christmas!
Sparkling cider- Wishing you a Sparkling Holiday Season!
Popcorn or caramel corn- just popping by with a holiday hi, or may your Holidays be Poppin!"
Ok there's some for you!!! Have fun!!
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Old 12-14-2006, 11:52 AM   #45
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This is such a cute idea!
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I did the "popping by with a holiday hi" one a few years ago and just attached the card to a box of microwave popcorn. Very simple and fun and can be prepared and eaten on their own time frame. I just kept watch for a good sale.

I've also done cake mix with a note - You take the cake neighbor!
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Old 12-14-2006, 02:06 PM   #47
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I really love this idea, but... the Dollar Tree stores around here only seem to have some ugly plastic whisks. I've looked other places and some have wooden handles. I really want the all metal ones. Are they still around?
Thanks for your help.
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Old 12-14-2006, 03:14 PM   #49
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I made four of those whisks the other day after I saw this thread! And they were a BIG hit with the recipients. Thanks so much for the idea and the picture.
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Old 12-14-2006, 03:44 PM   #50
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I found the wire ones at the Dollar General. You have to work with them as I said in an earlier post. I attached 3 or 4 to scotch tape and put them in to start. Actually, I did this twice then I was able to stuff the rest in.
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Old 12-14-2006, 04:24 PM   #51
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This would make a cute Christmas shower gift, too, love it thanks for sharing Carolyn
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I made these for everyone in my office and distributed them this am. They were a HUGE hit!! My 99cents Only store had tons of the wire whisks (which I gave out today), as well as colored plastic ones (I got red and green! - for family). I filled them with a packet of cocoa, a candy cane, and a mix of kisses and starlight mints. Didn't need any tape or anything, just kinda held it together and slid it into a Wilton clear cello bag. Used the silver twist ties, and tied on the tag (which I had printed onto Bazzill white, punched with the mega scallop, and inked the edges with Glorious Green) with red gingham ribbon.

Too cute!
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Old 12-22-2006, 06:22 AM   #53
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Great Idea! Where did you get the heavy clear plastic or is that regular Plastic Wrap? I was looking for something little to do for my sister-in-laws and this might just fit the bill!
Hey, I used the clear envelopes from Amber, I got the link from here and ordered them from her and they are bigger than the SU ones by a little bit, but they are perfect for these whisks, I just slip the Whisk in the bag and then poke the kisses in the whisk, then pull off the tape from the top of the envelope and wind it around the whisk handle and it is sealed. The corners of the envelope I pushed into the whisk before filling it with candy.
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Old 12-28-2006, 12:26 PM   #54
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The REAL Snowman Soup recipe is actually quite good! It's terrific for Scouts, or anyone, going backpacking or camping! TFS!!!
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