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domesticsluttery Sat 04-Dec-10 16:46:57

I have some wnaky lovely JL fill your own crackers. Actually I had forgotten that I'd bought them in last year's January sales blush

What can I fill them with? They have a hat and joke, so I just need a treat. I was thinking maybe lottery tickets for the adults, or is that a bit naff? What about the children?

healthyElfy Sat 04-Dec-10 17:13:04

Tickseed do little bits and bobs like seeds and whatnot. You could write forfeits. Scratch cards are more immediate, but I always wonder how I would feel if someone else one a big prize. Could i be really pleased for them blush

domesticsluttery Sat 04-Dec-10 17:18:51

I would probably feel quite pleased, but then as they are all closely related to us I would expect a cut grin

That tickseed website is fab though!

healthyElfy Sat 04-Dec-10 18:32:06

Barbeasty Sun 05-Dec-10 09:52:06

Chocolates fit in nicely. Last year my dad had managed to find little perfume "taster" bottles from somewhere.

I used to put gift vouchers in, but now most are plastic cards they don't fit!

I've put jewellery in before, and have been known to do things like a memory card to go with a proper present.

This year I will be going with a scratch card and chocolate.

COCAcolachristmasadvert Sun 05-Dec-10 09:55:42

We had little bottles of peoples favourite after dinner tipple one year

TheHouseofMirth Sun 05-Dec-10 13:55:43

Ooh I've found perfume miniatures here

domesticsluttery Sun 05-Dec-10 14:01:51

I would love perfume minatures but I'm not sure that all of the guests would, and I want something which appeals to everyone. Some don't drink, some have allergies, some are just fussy beggars...

I think scratchcards and chocs might be the way to go.

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