Birthday party gift bags

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      If you have a Target near you, they have had Curious George items in the

      dollar bins.

      Debbie P.

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      From: “Fey Becker” <spiritfey@gmail.com>

      To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

      Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Birthday party gift bags

      Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 20:33:19 +0000

      > How about cookie cutters from the dollar store? These can be used to shape

      > sand objects.

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      > On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 2:03 PM, pseuzanne <pseuzanne@yahoo.com> wrote:

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      > > My daughter’s 3rd birthday party is this Saturday, and I need help with

      > > the gift bags! I actually bought a pail and shovel for each child

      > > (cheap), assuming I could find something (also very cheap) to put in

      > > them. Somehow I’m just not coming up with ideas. The last couple years

      > > I’ve done bubbles, sidewalk chalk, and beach balls, so I’d like to

      > > think of something different. The kids are 3-4 years old. There will

      > > also be a few babies/toddlers. Am I supposed to have something for them

      > > too? It’s a Curious George theme, so I got excited when I saw small

      > > Curious George stuffed animals, and bought them for the little ones.

      > > After realizing they cost $7 a piece, I think I need to return them and

      > > figure out something else. Any ideas?

      > >

      > > Suzanne

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