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  • Hi, Hope this is ok to post here.....

    Shop From Your Seat, and Not On Your Feet...Avoid the crowds and traffic...

    Here are some gift ideas for everyone on your Christmas List. There's still time to order (cutoff is Dec. 15, when you order through me, Your Local Consultant).

    Dad, Manfriend, grown Son, Brother, Uncle, Neighbor, Boss... Season-Serve Marinator & Quick Shake, Chef Series Cookware, Chef Series Knife Sets

    Mom, grown Daughter, LadyFriend, Sister, Aunt, Neighbor, Boss... TupperLiving Blooming TeaPot, Ice Prism Collection, Modular Mates, Chef Series Cookware, Chef Series Knife Sets, Vent-n-Serve

    Health Conscious... Sports Bottle, Keep Tabs Containers, Freezer Mates Starter Set, Quick Chef, Commuter Mug, Crystal Wave Lunch Keepers

    Green Conscious... MicrFiber Kitchen Sets, FridgeSmart 3pc Set, Fridge Stackables, Modular Mates, Saucy Silicone Spatula

    Kids/Teens... Sandwich & Snack Sets, Fashion Lunch Set, SHAPE-O Toy, Disney Sets, Sports Bottle, New Carry-Alls, Large Freezer Mates make great Art/Sticker/Stuff Boxes, CupCake Holders

    Person On-theGo... Oval Microwave Cooker, Microwave Rice Cooker, Cake Takers, Commuter Mug

    Person Who Likes To Entertain... Serving Center, Chip-n-Dip, Ice Prism Collection, Blooming TeaPot, Simple Indulgence Seasoning/Spice/Dessert/Tea Blends

    For The Hard To Shop For: Gift Certificates (starts at $10) I will email you a holiday card you can print (or I will print and mail for you with orders over $25)

    If you need more ideas, you can contact me at

    Happy Shopping


    P.S. Here's an early Christmas Gift:


    Layer the following into Modular Mates Round 4 container:
    • 1/3 cup Cocoa • 2/3 cup sugar • ½ cup Chocolate Chips
    •½ cup White Chocolate Chips • 2/3 Cup Brown Sugar •1 cup + 2 Tbs. Flour. |
    Pour Sand Art brownie mix into a Thatsa Bowl.

    TO MAKE Brownies:
    Add 1 Tsp. Vanilla, 3 eggs and 2/3 cup oil.
    Pour into square baking dish and bake at 350F for 40 – 45 minutes.

    If you would like some recipes for Edible Play Dough, email me at

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by TupperTencha on 12th December 2009

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