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Valentine Treats




It's really getting chilly over here in the North East.  I think we're finally getting a winter.  Even had a little snow last night!

I hope you're ready for a little inspiration.

Let me start with a confession...

I LOVE CHOCOLATE.  I LOVE STAMPING AND PAPER ARTS

AND

3GIRLJAM RIBBON!

Ha, so what better solution than to combine it all!

Whatcha Think? Good Plan?

I made a boat load of these - because I bought a boat load of candy!

HAD to make sure I used every piece cuz otherwise each of those deceitfully small bits of awesome will end up on my hips!

AND

What's even better is that I have been fluttering about like I'm cupid (except I have had my clothes on) and giving these away.

To strangers in the grocery
At work
And even at the doctor's and physical therapists office.

I'ts been fun seeing folks smile... 
[Except for maybe the one grouchy man at the pharmacy that insisted I take it back and would I please give him some space]

But anyway, despite Eeyore.

I am going to keep fluttering along giving these away!



Comments

Cheri said…
These are great. Love your random acts of kindness. Funny Eeyore.

Cheri
www.djssundries.blogspot.com
Hi Rebecca,

What size are the treat bags and where did you purchase them? I went into Michael's the other day and asked for them and they looked at me like I had flowers growing out of my head...lol...I looked in the wedding isle, no luck.

Thanks for your help

Chriss
america57@comcast.net
www.chrissandlou.blogspot.com
Corrie said…
I love this idea and the story about the grumpy man wanting his space made me laugh. This truelybis a random act of kindness

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