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- August 13, 2007 at 8:32 pm #253166
I am trying to figure out what to do for my son’s daycare center. He has several teachers and I want to do something for them. I have considered baking cookies or a cake for them to share during the day, then giving them each a candle or potpurri of some type.
How do you make potpurri? Anybody know? Any other tips?
I am looking at gifting 10 people here. For work, we always take days on the calendar and prepare meals that everyone gets to participate in. We have a slow cooker and we put out a nice spread with everyone bringing a portion of the meal.
It is great. Herlean
wrote: Something we always give to coworkers and friends is baskets
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
Other idea are simple cross-stitch ornaments (may I suggest the
for starters, homemade jar candles (you can find all the ingredients
you need at your local craft store), homemade soaps or lotions, or
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
for the back, stitch it together on the sides and do a
little hand embroidery to keep the layers together.
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