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It's the Gift-Giving Season!

Ahh!  This is the most wonderful time of the year!  I roll right into the Christmas hustle and bustle with one thing on my mind: gift-giving!  Maybe that's a bit materialistic of me, but I love giving gifts to family and friends and those whom I care about to show my appreciation over the past year.  Plus, the Wise Men gave Baby Jesus presents to honor Him becoming King one day, and, not to dishonor the importance of this Biblical Event, but the people in my "village" who help me get through life one day at a time, are like "royalty" to me.  So, I'd like to shower them with little gifts, too.

Right now, I'm currently obsessed over these adorable little Mini Pizza Boxes that Stampin' Up! released in our Holiday Catalog.  These boxes assemble quickly and easily, so I don't have to make them myself.  Instead, I can simply add a few frills and there we go.  Ready to stuff and give.  How easy is that!?

This week, I'm decorating them up so I can pack them full of goodies (think cookies or candies) for the service providers in my life.  Like the Sanitation Workers, who faithfully each Tuesday, come by and pick up my awful piles of trash (seriously, I don't care how many layers of Diaper Genie plastic you have, poopy toddler diapers STINK!).  And my Postal Carrier and UPS Delivery Driver, who seem to come by for a weekly visit with boxes for me.  These folks deserve a little gift of appreciation, and these little boxes are perfect for that!

Check out a few that I've done here:




Who would you decorate and gift these to?  Click Here to stock up on these for your Christmas Treat!  Be sure to use Hostess Code: F9B3P3X4 to get a FREE gift from me!  (If your order is more than $150, then omit the code and earn Hostess Rewards---email me with questions!)

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