You did a great job with those:; your client will be pleased and the lucky recipients will be delighted.
He already sent me a photo of two of them sitting in a reception area. So fun!
It's the gift basket parade!
It certainly is! haha.
They look wonderful, what lucky recipients !~Jo
So fun to put together! I'd enjoy getting one, myself! haha.
Absolutely delightful :-) love the boxes!!! :-)
Very festive, don't you think? I always enjoy making them!
oh Betsy they are beautiful,,
I like the pale blue and pink for a change!
Hmmmm, not sure why my comment ended up after Suza's comment.There seems to be Christmas gremlins at work...lol~Jo
The Grinch, perhaps? haha.
Wow, a ton thereAs always at your lairAt least this time of yearScore with all that gearAwesome job indeedBet you can do them at high speed
I was done before noonand didn't even swoon!haha....caffeine at it's best.Didn't need a rest.
They look great!!!!!
I always enjoy seeing the gift baskets you make. They always turn out gorgeous!
It's a fun little business...love the creative part of it!
What a terrific job. They look absolutely fabulous ~ you are such a talented ladyI remember you said you do these annually for him.He is bound to be delighted with them . . . :)
Yes, every year....it's a nice order to get, too!
They are so lovely. I lot hatboxes and those make such great holders for all your gourmet goodies. You will be making a lot of people happy this Christmas. I've been busy all day baking for the Tea Party tomorrow.
The hat boxes look great! Good job Betsy!Where has your reply picture gone? HmmmmmCheers!Linda :o)
Never mind...I guess it hadn't loaded on my iPad...I see it now!Nite!
Did I go incognito for awhile? haha.Maybe I hadn't put my makeup on yet...lol....
Hi Betsy - I sure hope Betsy's Santa Elf left one of those wonderful gift-boxes in your kitchen. Amazing - brilliant to see ... so pretty ... lucky recipients .. cheers Hilary
I wish! In fact, The Mister always says that! haha...
I love them! I especially like the boxes you used. They do look festive and a nice color, too. I would be happy to receive one of your baskets. I, also, love your display of pitchers and compotes in the cabinet. Will you show us a close-up of the one with the bunny sitting on the shelf, sometime? Well, really I would love to see them all. I love dishes of any kind. That was one thing I was bummed about in this move.....not enough room to display my china, bowls and trays. Hope you have a lovely day. I'm sue hoping the painters are out of here by lunch. I've got decorating to do.
Oh sure...I'll do that. That's a brown transferware covered dish...auction find, of course. The little china rabbits were in the trash! haha.Fingers crossed the painters hurry up!
You do find some awesome pieces! I love brown transfer ware. The painters are done! Yay! Have to run to Lowes for some new curtain rods and then I'll start Christmas decorating. Joy!
Absolutely charming, and of course, I LOVE the colour! (Says rachel, boldly hoping that the pink table runner and centerpiece will not be at odds with the old poinsettia-goblets at our little Christmas Tea this Sunday). You're like a sublime onion, revealing another layer of talent today, another tomorrow, and another and another . . .I wish you all the very best blessing of this Blessed Season!rachel
Well, aren't you sweet!I'm sure the poinsettia goblets will be wonderful. Wish I could see them...I loveanything vintage like that!
Another great job!
Thank you! Always fun to do, be a relief when they are done and delivered!
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!