Since I have this party every year- I know to look for ornament paper on sale after Christmas! I tape the seams and put it right in the mail. Yes, you can mail this. (Make sure to have postage put on bottom tin on top of ingredients- but you knew that) You would be so surprised at the things that I put in the mail! I also got these gingerbread cookie tins for a Gingerbread House making party I am doing next week. As stated in an earlier post, I am MomsZone.org "expert" party planner and I donated this party for a contest on their website. The name was drawn last Thursday. Due to the fact that the whole month of December - I have parties every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The winner graciously took a Thursday. Can you say BUSY!!! I love the gingerbread man cookie. Just need to add invite to bottom....so easy plus your invitees get a pre-party cookie - how great is that?
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Dollar Day Creation #5
This Dollar Day Creation needs no craft skills. Here is my invitation for my Cookie and Ornament Exchange party. I have this party every year and it is one of my favorites. I found the cookie tin at Big Lots for $1. I've seen similar versions at other stores such as WalMart but I love this one because of the I love cookies- hence Cookie exchange party! I just typed up my party details on paper that I got last year after Christmas sale for 75% off and put under cookie.