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Old 02-17-2007, 05:20 AM   #1
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St. Patrick's Day? The school were I work has a "hospitality" committee that gives each staff member a little something on holidays. It is usually some sort of container with candy in it. For St. Pattys Day and Easter I would like to do something different.
Here are the particulars: We have about 60 staff members. I can only spend about $1.00 per person.
If anyone has any great ideas about what I could do I would LOVE to hear your ideas.
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I just posted this link on the Demo side as a party favor idea. I think it would look great done all in different shades of green, some done in brights & some done in the darker greens.

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Old 02-17-2007, 10:06 AM   #3
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how about the big paper clippies . . . I think everyone would love those! plus they are only $1 per pkg .
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Where can I get them for $1 a package? I found some at Staples but they were almost $3 a package.
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I made Menolly's kiss holders (see DOWNLOADS) in green galore with the shamrock stamp from Tag Time. I had some mint Kisses left from Christmas, but you could use any kind of green candy. I have seen several patterns for Giardelli chocolate holders too.
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I have bought mine at walmart for .97 and $1 at dollar general for the big paper clips.
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Thanks for the info on the clips.
Anybody have any suggestions about things that don't involve candy? I am trying to stay away from that since I know we will have it for Easter. Half of the staff is male so I can't make anything too "girly".
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What about water bottles with the little drink mixes attached?

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...water%20bottle

You could stamp the tags with clovers. You'd definitely be under $1 per person.
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