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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Handmade Thank You Ideas For Party Guests

 We have a featured writer here today to share great handmade thank you ideas for party guests!


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Are you planning to host a party in the near future and want to give gifts to your guests as a way to say thank you for coming? How about spending less money and give a gift from your hands and heart? Here are some handmade thank you ideas for party guests.

Gift Ideas

  • Food: Head to the kitchen and whip up something that will be sure to bring a smile to their face and joy to their belly. Bakery items make great gifts, both for their ease of packaging and their longer shelf life. Make some cookies, turnovers, brownies, or muffins, and show some culinary gratitude. In the summertime, you can give guests the joy of fresh produce, especially for vegetables in which you have an extra supply, such as tomatoes and green beans. Also, can buy various herbal teas in bulk and then make individual tea bags containing various combinations of tea ingredients.
  • Letter: Write personalized letters to your guests. You can include memories of notable past experiences that you shared with them, reasons why you cherish their friendship, and things you may have learned from them. You can create a lasting keepsake by decorating the card and envelope.
  • Crafts: Get creative with your hands and make some crafts or artwork. Make some holiday ornaments. Decorate a picture frame and enclose a memorable photograph. Put together a scrapbook and photocopy it for giving to multiple guests. Make your own candles.
  • Video: Put together a humorous and memorable video. Use a user friendly movie making software program and add some narration and accompanying music. Transfer it to a DVD and decorate the DVD case or add fun and interesting photos.
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Mathew 7:12
So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you.