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December 26, 2007


Jana W

Beautiful tin!! I love giving handmade goodies out at Christmas too...and have to say my friends and neighbors here in Germany were all quite amazed that I had given them hausgemacht fudge! It was great fun!! Hope your holiday was lots of fun!!



So pretty. I had a mostly handmade Christmas too - those are always the best. But I still couldn't b elieve how much I spent lol.

Mary Davidson

The tins are so pretty. So are the cookie tins! What a nice gesture to leave treats for the neighbors in pretty containers. Thanks for sharing so many great ideas. Happy New Year!!

Kelli C.

The best gift I ever gave? I would always save my lunch money (in jr high and high school) and buy my mom a neat Christmas present. I can't remember all the gifts I gave her but I do remember how important it was to me to save my money and make sure she had a present.

Jodi Galland

Hi Erika!

Great tins. I made a freaking TON of cookies this year; chocolate chip, no bakes, gingersnaps, butter, sugar, pb blossoms... yikes! and ate way too many of them myself. Have you tried throwing in a bunch of chocolate chunks when making banana bread? Yummaliscious.


Suzanne Brown

What a great idea and what a great and special gift.

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