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These are such a great idea!

What a great mind you have!!! these are awesome gifts..why don't I think of this *grin*....What kind of glitter do you use? I like the consistency/chunkiness of it..

These are great gifts! You have some very lucky friends! :)

oh, please stop teasing us...share the recipes!! LOL...merry christmas dear friend...sherry

These are so incredibly sweet Anna!! Loving the homespun fabric!!!!! Happy Holidays!!!

They are so pretty. you do the BEST gift presentation! THe Pepperment Mocha Cocoa sounds heavenly :) Hugs...

These are wonderful! Thanks for sharing...

These are terrific! Merry Christmas!

Those are gorgeous!!! Too pretty to open! Love them!

Please, please post your recipe for the French Vanilla Cocoa. What heat-warming gifts you have created. I'm tired of giving fudge.

You deliver such warmth and charm both from your hands and your heart, Anna. What a cozy little jar of love to have tucked into the Christmas decor and menu. You know I LOVE it all: from the wonderful fabrics, to the festive holly and berry buttons all glitzed up on those rustic tea dyed tags.

These are just perfect!! Can you share your recipe for the french vanilla cocoa?? This is my favorite and I would love to make my own! Thanks

Super cute!

These jars are all fabulous Anna! I usually make jars like this for teachers -- alas not this year -- I swear Christmas comes earlier every year!!

Happy holidays to you & your family (including the furry members!!)

These are wonderful where did you get your recipes? I'll bet Miss Twiggy is missing you. Have a wonderful Christmas. Ann

**sigh** love these....especially the fabric ones. So rustic, so perfect, so Anna.

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