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    • Laura Olson

      Cute Neighbor Christmas gift - Oven Mitt, Cookie Mix, & a Cookie Cutter!

    • Lynet Suon

      Cute christmas gift idea: oven mitt, cookie mix, & a cookie cutter. Teacher/co worker or neighbor gifts

    • Gwen Petrisor

      Cutest Little Christmas Gift Ever: Use an Oven Mitt, fill with Cookie Mix, a Cookie Cutter and wrap it up with a Christmas ribbon! Cute for neighbors or teacher gifts! You could add decorating icings, sprinkles, a made decorated cookie, add a personal card / picture etc. nice teacher gift idea!

    • Kimberly Coon-Meister

      Christmas Gift Idea: Oven Mitt, Cookie Mix & Cookie Cutter! . . . Cute, cheap idea for Secret Santa, Co-Workers, etc.

    • Gina Dickerson

      Oven Mitt, Cookie Mix, & a Cookie Cutter Gift Idea

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