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    I did snowman soup too. I bought the cellophane cones from eBay so cheap. I also made lots of little treats including mini plum puddings, Christmas snowflake bark (in snowflake moulds), microwave fudge, coconut Ice, limoncello, vanilla extract, cookies in a jar, salted peanuts mixed with melted chocolate, choc dipped pretzels etc. this year I am going to make the rocky road in to rocky road mini Christmas cakes :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RachHasArrived View Post
    One thing I made last year was abby's cookies in a jar from the taste website. They had cranberries and white chocolate in them and looked very Christmassy. I do them every year :-)
    That is perfect for my cousin thanks so much!!

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    May I ask what snowman soup is? I haven't heard of it before😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by RachHasArrived View Post
    I did snowman soup too. I bought the cellophane cones from eBay so cheap. I also made lots of little treats including mini plum puddings, Christmas snowflake bark (in snowflake moulds), microwave fudge, coconut Ice, limoncello, vanilla extract, cookies in a jar, salted peanuts mixed with melted chocolate, choc dipped pretzels etc. this year I am going to make the rocky road in to rocky road mini Christmas cakes :-)
    Oooo that sounds so good too!! Lol I am wanting to do easy and cheap Christmas baskets!! Where do you get your Christmas baskets from?

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    If you google snowman soup you will get a good idea :-) its ingredients to make hot chocolate. The one I did had hot chocolate, choc chips and mini marshmallows in it with a candy cane stirring stick. There's also a poem you can use to go with it. I bought Christmas plates from discount stores to put my goodies on.

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    Snowman soup. Glad I can be of help :-)
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    Oh make sure you watch the you tube video if you make it. Makes it a lot easier to put together!

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    We've started making a pocket advent calendar

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    We've started making a pocket advent calendar
    Would love to see some progress pics!

    I was looking in Kmart for the mug and paints set a PP mentioned, couldn't find it but they did have a paint set with 10 ceramic tile magnets to paint. They aren't huge but a cute little thing to put in a card from little ones, either letting them paint it or maybe their finger prints? Was only $5 and makes 10 magnets so nice and cheap! They did have a paint your own tea set with 4 cups and saucers that was pretty cute too, might go back for that for DD's presents for grandmas and aunties.

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    Oh and check out my awesome op shop find, 2 really cute Xmas trays for 50 cents each! They had soooo much cheap Xmas stuff in there. Ill definitely be checking out a few more for some cheap decorations.
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