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    Hi everyone,

    I brought some really cute gift boxes off ebay and thinking of using them for Christmas treats for everyone..

    So am wondering what should i be placing in them?

    I have 5 of 14 cm high which look like these
    And have 2 of these for the children which are 15 cms.

    with the childrens i can put little bits and pieces in there are in cars, cards, textas, puzzles etc with some little treats.

    And with the adults i am thinking, Coconut chocolate balls, A bit like rum balls but with out the rum placing tissue paper in there and placing the coconut balls in a Cellophane bags as im not sure what else i could put them in because coconut goes everywhere.

    Does anyone have ideas what else i could place in these gift bags?

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    Short bread
    Fudge
    Christmas cookies
    Gingerbread men

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    Thank you for that, why dont i ever think of them things lol.
    I am stuck as to what to place them all in. As i just read Cellophone can leave a funny taste.

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    White christmas slice
    Rocky road
    Coconut ice
    A handmade christmas decoration
    Fortune cookies

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    Thank you for that, Does anyone have any ideas on where to buy them small white paper bags from? that they use for small amounts of lollys?
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    You could always go somewhere that uses those bags and ask if you could buy a few, otherwise ebay sell them

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    Try a $2 shop. I was in one the other day and they had all kinds of things for putting Christmas treats in


 

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