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« on: June 03, 2006 05:25:37 PM »

In a couple of months, I will have been in my dance group for a year. I'm starting early because I'm a terrible procrastinator. I'm not that creative, and my budget is extremely small, so I was thinking small gifts with a note telling each person how they've helped me and why I appreciate them. There are 7 girls ranging in age from 19-25, and 1 woman who's older but I'm not sure of her age (30 ish?), who has taught us a great deal (she's in charge of the skirtwork for the girls). There are also 6 guys (ages 18-25), including the teacher and another guy who's taught me a lot. Like I said, I don't have that much money so I was thinking on a small scale. Im not that close to some of the people, but I want to keep the gifts similar. My main problem is the guys, I have some ideas for the girls already, such as:
-bracelets
-picture frames
-lotion/soap
-coin purses
Any suggestions? Sorry for the long post
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« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2006 05:58:44 PM »

i've always gone far with cookies or food. Guys like food. Girls like food. Adults like food.
I made chocolate covered pretzels for christmas, and people fought over them. ^_^
I also made a tute on my website for them. they are very cheap to make!
http://www.gilabuttons.com/a/diy.htm
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