I have been invited to several Christmas parties and they have a gift exchange. The items have to be cake related. The limit is $10.
any tips would be helpful. Thanks.
How about the Wilton cupcake decorating kit? I think that runs about $7-$9.
You could put together a gift bag of sprinkles and sparkly gel colors or something?
Maybe you could put spatchula, measuring spoons and things like that into a measuring cup. Everyone needs those things.
WOW. So many ideas. I would look at all your favs in the lower budget and see what you can find. I found some amazing books at the discount book store that were under $10 that I have found to be priceless. Parchments, piping bags and a slurry of tips are on my wish list this year. Target, WallyWorld, and Hobby Lobby had some beautiful cake stands as well.
Marshalls/HomeGoods is a fun place to look for stuff. You can get a cute cake stand there sometimes for $10 and they sometimes have fun candies, cookie/fondant cutters and pans there for discount prices.
I just bought a Pyrex measuring cup, a set of KitchenAid hand towels and set of KitchenAid dish scrubbies for my stepmom for Christmas there for around $15.
pfaltzgraff dot com has cute silicone pull apart cupcake pans in Christmas shapes for 9.99
Handmade, edible gifts are always nice.
Thank you all so much for your wonderful ideas.
I'll be heading out to the stores and checking out the items recommended.
cc members are so helpful!!!!!
If you haven't purchased your gift items yet, don't forget to get your AC Moore, and/or Michaels coupons. AC Moore has one for 50% good on Tues. only, and 40% all week. Get twice as much that way.
Oh yes, cake stands! I just love them and would be great for presents.