Tuesday, May 13, 2008

My "CVS" Gift Baskets

Here's the two baskets I put together for Mother's Day. They were stuffed totally with items from my gift stockpile or with CVS stuff. My gift stockpile is a drawer full of small things that I can "re-gift", things like candles, potporri, etc. Of course, the CVS items were free, cheap or I "made" money buying them. I found the baskets in my pantry (free). The only expense I incurred was $.99 each for a big clear plastic bag and $.30 for a ribbon. I went to Michael's for the bags and ribbon and used a 40% off coupon on the already cheap ribbon ($1 for 1.5 yards).

Anyway, I thought this was a cute idea for items from your "stockpile". A basket would be a great idea for a birthday gift, holiday gift, teachers gift, new mommy gift.......etc!

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I'm a married, stay-at-home mom to two kiddos in grade school. I love to save money as much as I like to make it! Coupons, thrift stores? Lead the way! But wait....there's more! I have a BBA from University of Oklahoma and I was a banker and an accountant before I became a domestic goddess!


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