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Cute, simple gift bags.

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What a bright idea! "For Your Mistle Toes" gifts for friends. Nail polish in a cute gift bag.

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Etch last name on pyrex dishes so you don't lose them at potlucks #weddinggifts

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Honeysuckle Rose Jelly

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Fold a pocket into your wrapping paper to put the card in it.

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Take their wedding invitation, cut into strips and placed in a glass ball. Give to newlywed couple for their first Christmas. Would work for baby showers and other things too.

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Homemade cream cheese mints

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Homemade Butter Mints

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S'mores Candy Bars

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1st day of school gift idea for teacher.

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Chocolate Covered Cherries

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Back Rub Shirt - Father's day gift? Heck, Mother's day gift. LOL

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Rolo Pretzel Turtles Recipe (before squishing with a pecan). Servings: 8-10. Prep Time: 5 minutes. Cook Time: 5 minutes. rolo-1 I'm giving you a recipe that would be fabulous for a party, something simple that even Gabby could manage in her heels! My girlfriend, Kelly, taught me how to make Rolo Pretzel Turtles, and I swear it's the best seven-minute candy fix. The chocolate and caramel in Rolo candies softens and oozes all around the salty, crunchy pretzel. Top it off with a pecan half, and it's a homemade treat that won't last long in a candy dish. Well, truthfully, they probably won't make it to the candy dish; Rolo Turtle Pretzels are addictive when they're warm off the baking sheet. Prepare to make a double batch! I usually buy four rolls of Rolos, a bag of mini pretzels and a bag of nuts. Ingredients: Nuts - pecan halves (or any other type of nut) Mini pretzels Rolo chocolate candies Directions: Preheat your oven to 350F. Unwrap your Rolos - try not to eat all of them. Place pretzels on the baking sheet in one layer. Top each pretzel with a Rolo. Bake for 3 to 5 minutes, until the chocolate just begins to melt. The Rolo candy should be soft but not completely melted. Remove from oven, carefully use a spatula to lift the pretzels on cooling rack and immediately squish the Rolo candy with a nut. ooohlala! Watch the caramel ooze out!

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DIY bath fizzies.

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Chalkboard gift tags

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Valentine Cards

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Tasty

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