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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Gift Baskets






I've been busy with a gift basket order!
Gourmet food items that are going to some area
businesses from an attorney friend.

So fun to put together.
I felt like Santa's elf!


33 comments:

  1. You did a great job with those:; your client will be pleased and the lucky recipients will be delighted.

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    1. He already sent me a photo of two of them sitting in a reception area. So fun!

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  2. It's the gift basket parade!

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    1. They look wonderful, what lucky recipients !
      ~Jo

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    2. So fun to put together! I'd enjoy getting one, myself! haha.

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  3. Absolutely delightful :-) love the boxes!!! :-)

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    1. Very festive, don't you think? I always enjoy making them!

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    1. I like the pale blue and pink for a change!

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  5. Hmmmm, not sure why my comment ended up after Suza's comment.
    There seems to be Christmas gremlins at work...lol
    ~Jo

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  6. Wow, a ton there
    As always at your lair
    At least this time of year
    Score with all that gear
    Awesome job indeed
    Bet you can do them at high speed

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    1. I was done before noon
      and didn't even swoon!
      haha....caffeine at it's best.
      Didn't need a rest.

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  7. I always enjoy seeing the gift baskets you make. They always turn out gorgeous!

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    1. It's a fun little business...love the creative part of it!

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  8. What a terrific job. They look absolutely fabulous ~ you are such a talented lady
    I remember you said you do these annually for him.

    He is bound to be delighted with them . . . :)

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    1. Yes, every year....it's a nice order to get, too!

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  9. 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.

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  10. The hat boxes look great! Good job Betsy!
    Where has your reply picture gone? Hmmmmm
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Never mind...I guess it hadn't loaded on my iPad...I see it now!
      Nite!

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    2. Did I go incognito for awhile? haha.
      Maybe I hadn't put my makeup on yet...lol....

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  11. 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

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    1. I wish! In fact, The Mister always says that! haha...

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  12. 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.

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    1. 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!

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    2. 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!

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  13. 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

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    1. Well, aren't you sweet!

      I'm sure the poinsettia goblets will be wonderful. Wish I could see them...I love
      anything vintage like that!

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    1. Thank you! Always fun to do, be a relief when they are done and delivered!

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