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Topic: Ideas for Secret Santa swap at work?  (Read 2584 times)
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« on: November 18, 2004 06:07:22 AM »

Give me your best ideas for small gifts I can give to my secret santa recipient at work?  I was thinking of making some ribbon book marks (if i can figure out if this person is a reader or not).  Any other cute handmade (and cheap ideas)? Doesn't necessarily have to be hand made, but I would love for it to be crafty in some way!! This is one of those too-broad questions that people don't like to answer sometimes, but I am just looking for those cute little gift ideas that don't break the bank.
I've since used up all my great ideas long ago.


"I want to be cool, tall, vulnerable and luscious.  I would have it all if I'd only had this much."
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2004 06:14:58 AM »

Are you giving to a man or a woman?

I have a blog-

Rule 1: To do rather than watch.
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2004 07:16:39 AM »

A nice mug, with a tupperware type container filled with flavored teas, sugr & or sweetner packets, hot coco papckes, or instant coffe packes & some chocolate covered spoons.

A fleece throw, eitehr fringed or blanket stiched at the edges. Try to choose the fleece in a color or patternt to match the persons likes (sports team colors, alma mater colors, or a floral or funfy poka dot for woman, plaids for guys. 

Chocolate dipped pretzle sticks in a nice glass container that you etch with "x's munchies". I that case if you know they have a favorite treat or candy fill it with that & paint ot etch. Dollar sores often have plin glass contaners good for this. Walmart has sm e bigger round ones too.

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