Last Class for 2014
Yesterday I held my last class at the Retirement Village for this year. As always it was a fun day. The ladies who attend my classes are just fantastic. I hope they read this post and know how grateful I am for their continued support. Anyway as it’s Christmas I couldn’t leave without giving each of them a little gift. I recently became a very happy owner of a Thermomix and used it to make Rocky Road Truffles for the ladies. I wrapped them in alfoil so that they wouldn’t melt all over the presentation bags. I used the medium cellophane bags in the catalogue – did you know that they are now food-safe? I used a little retired Washi Tape to hold them closed and created a small tag for each one.
I cut Very Vanilla card using the Chalk Talk Framelit and then stamped “Merry Christmas” from the Merry Everything stampset using Real Red ink. I stamped the row of trees from the Cheerful Tags stamp set across the bottom of the tag using Garden Green ink.
I love how these tags can be hung from the gift without the need to tie them on.
I’m glad to say that the gifts were a big hit.
I also have to say a huge thank you to these wonderful ladies for my gift from them. I was touched and surprised by the fantastic voucher to a local shop which has always caught my eye and now I have the perfect reason to visit. Thanks again ladies – I look forward to joining you again in the New Year.
Bye for now,