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    Default The Christmas Ideas Thread 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by mylittlesurprise View Post
    I make calanders for the whole family at snapfish.com ususally they have a coupon that comes out soon 20% off...
    Snapfish has 50% off calendars right now.
    I copied this from the email "Just enter coupon code BESTXMAS at checkout by 23 October 2012."

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    Default The Christmas Ideas Thread 2012

    Last year I made tomato chutney, mini chocolate Christmas cakes, cookies and something else that my 30w brain doesn't remember.. Put them in mini picnic baskets this year I'll be 39w on Christmas Day, I'm sticking with body scrubs & lemon / passion fruit butters.

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    At work we all made goodies to give to each other. These were the boxes I made.



    The coconut balls take about 10-15 minutes to make and make combined, the pistatio bark is also easy and recipe is on net. All are gotten free as well! But either already by ingredient or it was easily converted so easy to convert back.

    These were my favourite


    They took the longest though. They are cake pop truffles decorated (obviously) as puddings. I think they are super cute!!

    If anyone would like a specific recipe let me know and I can jump on comp tonight.

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    Last Christmas I did snowman soup (hot choc mix) for the ladies, Cajun spice mix for the guys, saltdough handprint ornaments from ds and then the grandparents ( so my parents & inlaws) got a calendar of ds pics!

    This year is harder as we are interstate. I have no idea what to do yet!!

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    Default The Christmas Ideas Thread 2012

    I must subscribe to this... Please keep it going.. I will add some more soon.

    1st - toasted granola- pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, rolled oats, wizzed up macadamia and almonds, cinnamon, coat it all in melted butter and extract of malt. Roast in oven on low for about 40 mins- keep breaking up so doesn't burn. When cool add dried cranberries. Put in nice jars with ribbons, looks very christmassy and easy!

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    From ds this year we are doing photo boards...


    We bought some canvases, stuck the word love on using tape then went nuts finger painting (use 2 colors that mix well !!! We did yellow & red) when dry, peel off the paint and you'll have the word LOVE in white Then we attached a ribbon around the bottom part and attached some craft pegs to hang photos :-)

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    Have heaps to share but not feeling too festive today 😔

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    Last year I made caramel fudge and cookies for my Aunties/Uncles and their families.
    I'm currently working on a cross stitch for my grandparents for this year. Haven't started on anyone else though!

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