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Holiday Gifts for Co-Workers

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REMEMBER - not everyone celebrates Christmas, so be thoughtful. This idea took care of about 20 people. Last year for the men in the office, my kids and I baked brownies in muffin tins and placed them on Holiday theme plates we picked up at the dollar store. For the women, we bought hot cocoa and hot tea and placed them in Holiday themed coffee mugs, also purchased at the dollar store.


As a "centerpiece" for the whole thing, we had a plate of brownies and cookies baked fresh that morning placed in a general area for anyone that wanted to have some. We also decorated this plate of goodies with Holiday candy - Hershey kisses, peanut butter cups, etc.

I also made sure to include some sugar free treats on the side for anyone diabetic. It was a very inexpensive way to say Happy Holidays to everyone in the office. Also, for the bosses - we got fruit baskets that they could take home to the family.

By Barbara from Atlanta, GA

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December 21, 20060 found this helpful

i have found that people who "dont celebrate Christmas" usually have no problem accepting gifts or the paid day off- so give!!

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