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Here’s yet another Secret Santa poem. Again, this one goes great with a Christmas tree ornament or decorations for the home.
Print it exactly as it is, and it will make a great bookmark for a holiday book gift as well.
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This Secret Santa poem is designed to go with a Christmas tree ornament or other holiday decoration.
More themed poetry is waiting to be posted, so please follow my blog or Twitter feed.
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I wrote this poem with a generic theme, so it can easily go with just about any gift. It’s short, simple, and goes with anything.
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Here’s the Secret Santa poem that accompanies my cupcake topper from last week. The idea is simple; bake a cupcake (or a bunch of them) and stick the cupcake topper into the cupcakes with the topper taped to a toothpick. Include this poem with it, and shazaam! You’ve got a sunny, happy Secret Santa gift!
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You might be thinking: “What the–” because a sun seems out-of-place for a Secret Santa gift. However this little printable cupcake topper goes with a very silly winter poem that I will post next week.
Think of it this way; for people who live in Hawaii, a snowman seems sort of out-of-place, right? Well what about wishing someone a sunny Christmas? Is that possible? Of course it is!
The poem I’m planning to post next week will make it all go together nicely.
For now, bake your cupcake gifts, print this little watercolor sun, tape it to a toothpick, and jam the toothpick into your cupcake. Then wait for the poem… It’s coming soon!
Last week I gave you the pattern for my Halloween pumpkin candy bucket. Here’s the tutorial showing you exactly how to make one for your Secret Pal or Secret Santa.
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My regular followers may know this, but if you are new to SecretPalTeachers.WordPress.com, you may be surprised to learn that in addition to this Secret Santa/Office Pal website, I also run ChellyWood.com, which offers free, printable sewing patterns for doll clothes.
But I’m posting this pattern because the little Halloween jack-o’-lantern candy bucket is perfect for giving candy to your Secret Pal or Office Buddy. Here’s an image of just the candy bucket by itself:
Free pattern at ChellyWood.com
This week I’m just offering the pattern. Next week, I’ll offer the tutorial for making this adorable jack-o’-lantern candy bag for your Secret Pal in October. So stop by again!
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It’s time, once again, to sign up for Secret Santa! I’m re-posting my ever-popular Secret Santa sign-up sheet questionnaire. Feel free to download, print, pin, or tweet.
Here’s a generic Secret Pal birthday card. It’s free to print, as it’s my own design. My only request? Please like it on Facebook, add a link from your blog, pin it on Pinterest (with info about where it came from), and/or promote my website in some other way that suits you. Thanks!
Image: My Own Creation
p.s. This is a re-post.