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      Denise wrote: Something we always give to coworkers and friends is baskets and tins
      full of homemade cookies and candies. For those with special dietary
      restrictions, we alter accordingly.

      In years past, we’ve included:

      Snowballs (aka Russian tea cakes, Mexican wedding cakes), Candy Cane
      cookies, Polvorones (anise-flavored, cinnamon-sugar covered little
      cookies that melt in your
      mouth), shortbread, chocolate
      dipped “oreos” with sprinkles or nuts, rum-balls, and chocolate
      covered cherries.

      Other idea are simple cross-stitch ornaments (may I suggest the
      blackwork archives <https://www.blackworkarchives.com/bw_flwrs.html>
      for starters, homemade jar candles (you can find all the ingredients
      you need at your local craft store), homemade soaps or lotions, or
      simple quilts.

      Wal-Mart and JoAnn Fabrics both have pre-done quilt-look material.
      All you need to do is find batting (a hint: old blankets from the
      goodwill work WONDERFULLY for this!) and a sheet or appropriate
      material for the back, stitch it together on the sides and do a
      little hand embroidery to keep the layers together.

      Good luck!
      Denise

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