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In summary, the conversation discussed ideas for a holiday-themed show, including promoting host specials and appropriate products, suggesting gift ideas for Christmas, and showcasing pre-made gifts using various products. Some suggestions included filling the whisk with Hershey kisses and creating a gift tag that says "Merry Whiskmas," using the Beer Bread and Crock with a tag that says "Friends like you, are always 'kneaded,'" and creating gift tags for products such as the small round stone and stoneware cookbook combo. It was also mentioned that there is a list of great gifts for teachers and gifts under $10.00 available on the Consultant's Corner website.

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I had a host request a preparing for the holidays show next month. I figured I could really push the host special and appropriate products. I also thought I would suggest gift ideas for Christmas. Any suggestions would be helpful though. Never done a show like this before.
 
Gift ideasOn Consultant's Corner under the 3 New Celebrations, you can find ideas to show pre-made gifts with the Cl. or Sm. Batter bowls.

You can fill the whisk w/ Hershey kisses & curly ribbons & include a gift tag that states something like. "Merry Whiskmas!" "hugs & kisses" Love, Sarah!

Another idea someone gave me was the Beer Bread and Crock w/ a tag that says, Friends like you, are always "kneaded."

I made up these little gifts to showcase at my shows & just created the gift tags on my computer and then cut them out w/ decorative scissors and tied them w/decorative ribbon onto the products.

Another idea would be the sm spreader w/tag stating, "Spreading" Holiday cheer from me to you."

Hopes this sparks some ideas with all of your other products! :)
 
somewhere on this site there is a list of great gifts for teachers and gifts under $10.00. I think they were listed as flyers, but I am not sure.

Shawnna
 
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Thank you for the ideas. I have a few of these flyers printed already and never even thought to use them. Would still love any other ideas anyone has. Better to have too many than not enough.
 
I have been pushing the small round stone + stoneware cookbook combo (~$30) as a great housewarming or xmas gift for a couple. The new cookbook has that new 'table for two' section on using the small round stone, so they go well together.
 
pamperedchristine said:
I have been pushing the small round stone + stoneware cookbook combo (~$30) as a great housewarming or xmas gift for a couple. The new cookbook has that new 'table for two' section on using the small round stone, so they go well together.
What a great idea!! Thanks!
 

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