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Preparing for the holidays

bbauman07

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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.
 

chefjulie_sc

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Gift ideas

On 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! :)
 

Shawnna

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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
 

bbauman07

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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.
 

pamperedchristine

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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.
 

BethCooks4U

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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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