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Present A Holiday Gift
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Decorating Your Home With A Doll House
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Decorating With Wedding Favors
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Renovating A Home
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Planning a Victorian Holiday Party for the Family
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Decorating with Embosser
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Strawberry Desserts
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Recreating a Victorian Garden in a Minimal Space
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Decorating With Reproduction Desk Accessories
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Decorating with lace
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Decorating your children's room for Christmas
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Decorating your Christmas Packages
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Unique Ways To Decorate The Holiday Table
[Oct.'98]

Victorian Decorating Tips

Packaging

Your Home Made Cookies For Holiday Gifts

cup We all love to bake during the holidays, but how we present our home made cookies as gifts can be a challenge with the limited time we have available. We have designed a few quick and easy packaging ideas that will present your home baked cookies in style.

1. Use a holiday mug to put your cookies in and wrap with a festive cylophone paper and bow. You have two gifts the mug and cookies!

2. Buy or create a Christmas stocking and pack your cookies in a cellophane bag and place in the stocking. This would be a great gift for that special child on your list.

3. Buy a holiday cookie platter, place your cookies on the platter wrap in cellophane paper and bow...how easy!

4. If you are making large cookies, place one in a cellophane bag and tie with a bow and add a tiny ornament on the bow for that festive touch.

5. If you feel artistic, decorate, paint, a plain cookie can and just place your cookies in it. This is really a personalized gift.

We hope this helped you to create many special cookie packages to give during the holiday season.


HAPPY BAKING!


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