Unfortunately, I didn't photograph the items, but I did photograph the bag, which was a Hobby Lobby embellished small tote bag.
I told Linda that I would know if she broke the rule of opening more than one a day. One day temptation got the best of her and she opened something that needed some explanation. I knew she couldn't go 25 days without breaking the rules. She wants to send the bag back so I can do it again this year. We'll see.
The photograph is from the Ringling Museum in Sarasota Florida. One of my all-time favorite places. They have a large circus in 3/4 inch scale. It is worthy of several visits.
Tray of Cookies
Here's what I gave her:
- Heat Stove
- Back Pack
- Raggedy Ann Gift Bag
- Basket with toys
- 4 plates
- 2 completed sandwich plates (sandwiches pictured above)
- 2 art books
- six hair rollers
- 2 open books
- art apron (pictured above)
- cheese and grapes
- 2 kid books
- cleaning box, with comet and sponge
- rocking horse
- perfume bottle and vanity tray
- cannoli and Italian bread
- cake on a cake stand
- fern stand (this is what she opened early, it was unpainted and didn't know what it was until I told her)
- Tea Set
- Turkey and Hen Set (wrapped like you would find them at he store in the frozen food section)
- tray with cookies and a cookbook (pictured above w/o cookbook.
- S'more kit
I'm so sorry that I don't have pictures of all of them, but maybe if I do it again, I'll be better.