4th of July

July 4th, 2012

Happy 4th! Here’s a little hostess gift I put together for my niece who invited us for a BBQ this evening.

I used a little plastic bin from the Target Dollar Spot and filled it with assorted K-cups and my favorite Ghiradhelli Chocolate Mint Squares.  For the decoration I used a Taylored Expressions A la Carte stamp along with the word “celebrate” from a Moka set.  The image is colored with copics and die cut with a nestie.  It’s just a quick simple gift.

Unfortunately we had to eat and run and not stay for fireworks, as Curt had a kidney stone attack while we were there.  Yep they’re back and he has another lithotripsy scheduled for next week.  So the evening was cut short, but I was happy to get him home for pain meds before it got really bad.

Hoping for a good couple of days for him as we both have vacation days for the remainder of the week.  :)  I got a little stamping done today, so if I can get stuff photographed, I might even have some things to share here.  Thanks for stopping by.  Hope you had a wonderful day of celebrating!

5 Responses to “4th of July”

  1. Bonnie aka raduse Says:

    Great hostess gift. Good luck to Curt for the litho procedure. Those stones hurt BAD!!!

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  3. Shelly Says:

    Oooh, what a fun gift, I’m sure your niece loved it! Hopefully Curt is healed and doing better now! Hugs!

  4. Shannon White Says:

    Oh this is Such a Fabulous Gift Jami! So sorry I am just seeing this now! Love it! I am sure your Neice Loved it too! Hope Curt is feeling much better by now as well!

    Big Hugs
    Shannon

  5. hermes victoria Says:

    So the evening was cut short, but I was happy to get him home for pain meds before it got really bad.

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