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  1. #1
    D Meyer
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    Default Question about Christmas Clearence Gift sets

    I Love shopping the clearence , but wondering if the body gift sets, fragrances, nail polish sets, will make it to next year or the fall. I have never saved any of these more than a month or 2. I would hate to buy and then have the nail polish dry up or the glitter make up dry etc. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Happy 2008 to all Thanks Danielle



  2. #2
    Cindy
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    Default Question about Christmas Clearence Gift sets

    I have not had any problem with the bath sets, but I have never bought

    any other type of set. I like re-package the contents for birthday

    gifts throughout the year.

    Cindy in SC







    > never saved any of these more than a month or 2. I would hate to buy

    and

    > then have the nail polish dry up or the glitter make up dry etc.

    Any tips

    > would be greatly appreciated. Happy 2008 to all Thanks Danielle

    >










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    libramommy66@brier.net
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    Default Question about Christmas Clearence Gift sets

    I have always tried to catch the after christmas clearance....I have

    never had polish dry up or any other problems like that...the only

    problems I have is my dd is now 13 and she wants it all.....or room for

    storage...I wish I had a gift closet...but we are in a very small

    house...lol...





    LaRae



    On 1/2/2008, "D Meyer" <dmmedic@gmail.com> wrote:



    >I Love shopping the clearence , but wondering if the body gift sets,

    >fragrances, nail polish sets, will make it to next year or the fall. I have

    >never saved any of these more than a month or 2. I would hate to buy and

    >then have the nail polish dry up or the glitter make up dry etc. Any tips

    >would be greatly appreciated. Happy 2008 to all Thanks Danielle






  4. #4
    herberkids3
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    Default Question about Christmas Clearence Gift sets

    As long as it's a product that would last a year without being in the

    box, it'll last a year- I'm sure most people have left over beauty

    products after a year, or nail polish.



    Aside from that, though, you could also use them as gifts for other

    days, too- Mother's Day, Birthday's, Easter Baskets, etc. If the

    packaging is too Christmasy, find cheap baskets at Goodwill and yard

    sales, and make them into gift baskets.





    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "D Meyer" <dmmedic@...> wrote:

    >

    > I Love shopping the clearence , but wondering if the body gift sets,

    > fragrances, nail polish sets, will make it to next year or the fall.

    I have

    > never saved any of these more than a month or 2. I would hate to buy

    and

    > then have the nail polish dry up or the glitter make up dry etc. Any

    tips

    > would be greatly appreciated. Happy 2008 to all Thanks Danielle

    >










  5. #5
    ro so
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    Default Question about Christmas Clearence Gift sets

    I usually buy all mine right after Christmas for the following year. I have never had any dry up or evaporate. I just brought a makeup set that was at the bottom of my Christmas bin (one of them) and my older daughter opened it and it was still good. It has been down there for at least 2 years. Becky

    D Meyer <dmmedic@gmail.com> wrote: I Love shopping the clearence , but wondering if the body gift sets, fragrances, nail polish sets, will make it to next year or the fall. I have never saved any of these more than
    a month or 2. I would hate to buy and then have the nail polish dry up or the glitter make up dry etc. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Happy 2008 to all Thanks Danielle




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  6. #6
    Maria Jewlz
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    Default Question about Christmas Clearence Gift sets

    We too have the issue of storage....Or actually, it's my husband who complains about having to store clearance stuff. We participate in an annual stocking stuffer program for disadvantaged children, and I try to pick up as much as I can on clearance after the holidays - and yes, it sits in my house for an entire year. My storage bins are empty for basically a few days before I start all over again. My husband HATES IT! LOL This year, I was able to store everything in a few bins, and my husband is pleased.....So, I don't have to hear him nagging all year long! LOL

    libramommy66@brier.net, UNEXPECTED_DATA_AFTER_ADDRESS@.SYNTAX-ERROR. wrote: I have always tried to catch the after christmas clearance....I have
    never had polish dry up or any other problems like that...the only
    problems I have is my dd is now 13 and she wants it all.....or room for
    storage...I wish I had a gift closet...but we are in a very small
    house...lol...

    LaRae

    On 1/2/2008, "D Meyer" <dmmedic@gmail.com> wrote:

    >I Love shopping the clearence , but wondering if the body gift sets,
    >fragrances, nail polish sets, will make it to next year or the fall. I have
    >never saved any of these more than a month or 2. I would hate to buy and
    >then have the nail polish dry up or the glitter make up dry etc. Any tips
    >would be greatly appreciated. Happy 2008 to all Thanks
    Danielle



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    Herlean
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    Default Question about Christmas Clearence Gift sets

    I did pick up a few tableclothes and runners at 75% at

    Target. Also, a few rolls of wrapping paper and I did get

    two boxes of Christmas cards.



    Next year, our son will be approaching 3 years old. He

    will be more excited about opening his gifts than he was

    this year.



    Herlean





    --- libramommy66@brier.net,

    UNEXPECTED_DATA_AFTER_ADDRESS@.SYNTAX-ERROR. wrote:



    > I have always tried to catch the after christmas

    > clearance....I have

    > never had polish dry up or any other problems like

    > that...the only

    > problems I have is my dd is now 13 and she wants it

    > all.....or room for

    > storage...I wish I had a gift closet...but we are in a

    > very small

    > house...lol...

    >

    >

    > LaRae

    >

    > On 1/2/2008, "D Meyer" <dmmedic@gmail.com> wrote:

    >

    > >I Love shopping the clearence , but wondering if the

    > body gift sets,

    > >fragrances, nail polish sets, will make it to next year

    > or the fall. I have

    > >never saved any of these more than a month or 2. I would

    > hate to buy and

    > >then have the nail polish dry up or the glitter make up

    > dry etc. Any tips

    > >would be greatly appreciated. Happy 2008 to all Thanks

    > Danielle

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    donnalawn@verizon.net>
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    Default Question about Christmas Clearence Gift sets

    I got some great deals at Walmart yesterday. All their Christmas merchandise was

    75% off. I've been wanting to decorate using the pine garland with white lights

    for a long time, but never bought them because at Christmas time, I'm more about

    getting the kids gifts than new decorations. I got them for $1.55/box (15 feet

    per box). I was really pleased. In fact, I got 10 boxes because I want to use it

    both in and outside of the house next year. I also got huge packs of different

    sized boxes for about $1/pack (5 to a pack) and, large things of wrapping paper

    for.60/a piece, gift tissue for .45 a pack, and they were the double size. I'll

    use the solid colored ones thru the year and put the holiday designed ones away.

    I got 3 boxes of really pretty cards for less than a dollar. I know there is

    more but I can't remember. I don't need a thing for Christmas next year to make

    the house look pretty. I spent only about $30 altogether and I'm fine with that.

    My van is FULL of my prizes :]. I figured I won't bring all the bags into the

    house and stress myself out until I get the storage bins up from the basement

    today lol.



    If I am really smart, finally, this year I will actually pick up GIFTS as I see

    them on sale as the year goes on. I say that every year, so I'm not counting on

    it!



    Donna





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    From: Herlean <wm_jun99@yahoo.com>

    Date: 2008/01/03 Thu PM 09:56:12 CST

    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Question about Christmas Clearence Gift sets





    I did pick up a few tableclothes and runners at 75% at

    Target. Also, a few rolls of wrapping paper and I did get

    two boxes of Christmas cards.



    Next year, our son will be approaching 3 years old. He

    will be more excited about opening his gifts than he was

    this year.



    Herlean



    --- libramommy66@brier.net,

    UNEXPECTED_DATA_AFTER_ADDRESS@.SYNTAX-ERROR. wrote:



    > I have always tried to catch the after christmas

    > clearance....I have

    > never had polish dry up or any other problems like

    > that...the only

    > problems I have is my dd is now 13 and she wants it

    > all.....or room for

    > storage...I wish I had a gift closet...but we are in a

    > very small

    > house...lol...

    >

    >

    > LaRae

    >

    > On 1/2/2008, "D Meyer" <dmmedic@gmail.com> wrote:

    >

    > >I Love shopping the clearence , but wondering if the

    > body gift sets,

    > >fragrances, nail polish sets, will make it to next year

    > or the fall. I have

    > >never saved any of these more than a month or 2. I would

    > hate to buy and

    > >then have the nail polish dry up or the glitter make up

    > dry etc. Any tips

    > >would be greatly appreciated. Happy 2008 to all Thanks

    > Danielle

    >

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