Saturday, December 17, 2011

Elves working in the kitchen.

School party time!
That means it's goody box time!




Christmas tree suckers, the cutest ginger bread boxes and legos.


I got these cute legos for .39¢ each on clearance last year!


Packed and ready to go!

I hope everyone is doing well. I've been slacking in the blogging dept.
 I promise to come visit everyone real soon!

Cost break down
Christmas themed legos  22*.39¢ = $8.58
4 packs of Christmas tree suckers = $4.00
Gingerbread boxes = $8.00 (big splurge!)
total= $20.58
22 kids total
.93¢ per kid! Not to bad!

Where did I buy everything?
Christmas legos are from Toys R Us. I bought them on clearance for 90% off! This was last year.
Christmas tree suckers are from Dollar Tree
Gingerbread boxes are from Oriental Trading. I bought them on a free shipping day.

I hope this helps someone! 

18 comments:

Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbing said...

Love that plate! Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Girlie Blogger said...

These are adorable.

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Jen S. said...

I LOOOVE this gingerbread boxes--they're SO CUTE!! I also love your Christmas decorations....all very nice!

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Those little elves have been working hard to fill those cute boxes! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Charlotte said...

Somebody has been to Michael's; I recognize the little elf! What a busy elf he has been. Merry Christmas!

Marydon said...

Jennifer, this is wonderful ! How fun it would be to do this for children that will not have much for Christmas. Will implement this idea next year. Too precious not to share. TY for this.

THANK YOU for the lovely Christmas card & picture of your handsome boys. It is sitting right here beside me at my desk.

Merry Christmas, sweet friend
TTFN ~
Hugs,
Marydon

Kelly said...

Those are so cute! I've never seen those legos before. They are perfect for the goody boxes. My son has a class party on Tuesday morning. It's a brunch (really a breakfast) and then they're doing a gift exchange with each other. I'm looking forward to it. I can't believe Christmas is almost here.

Blondie's Journal said...

This is SO sweet...pat yourself on the back for being a super mother!

Come on back soon, I miss you!

XO,
Jane

rachel@Acts of Life said...

How cute! What a great idea for Christmas goody bags or boxes ;) I also love your kitchen vignette...the elf is so cute!

Brandi said...

You are so thoughtful Jennifer! Such a sweet idea!

The Decorative Dreamer said...

Adorable! I love those sweet gingerbread boxes. The legos are perfect too. You are so smart to think so far ahead. What a wonderful treat for the little ones. You are so sweet and thoughtful! Hugs!

~Randee@Randee's Organized Chaos said...

TOOOO CUTE!!! Where did you find the Legos????

Julie Khuu said...

So festive and seriously soooo affordable! A++++ for effort, will definitely pass this post along to my friends hosting kiddie parties!

xo-Julie
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Jacqueline said...

What adorable boxes! I love the legos too and such a great price. Too fun. These are going to make some kids very happy!

Jemsmom said...

So cute! I know you are having a wonderful season! I know your boys are too. You make everything so fun and festive!

Summer said...

Thanks for stopping by. Your boys are handsome and p.s. love the leopard ribbon on the tree!

Sue said...

I love those boxes ~ I always forget to check Oriental Trading ~
You got some great things for the kids, I'll bet they loved them.
Have a very Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year.
Sue

Crystal @ Ordinary Days said...

Adorable!! What great ideas. Happy New Year!!