Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Todays One Day Only Special!!

Tomorrow only! Go to to order, if you order let me know because your name will be entered in a drawing for a Christmas basket! This is one of our most popular baskets and I've included a great list of things you can use it for also!
You can get it in Warm Brown, Rich Brown or Dark Brown!

Bread Basket $25.00 (Wed. Nov. 19th only)
(reg. retail price $42.00)
The Bread Basket is one of the most popular LongabergerÒ Baskets. This is one Basket that I recommend you have several. Listed below are just a few of the hundreds of uses for the ever-popular Bread Basket.

Ideas for Bread Basket
*Cassette Tapes or CD’s
*Fits on top of the Bathroom Tank to organize make-up or hair care products.
*In a guest bathroom with an extra roll of TP, boutique box of tissues and pretty fingertip towels.
*Use with two Medium Berry Protectors or three Tea Basket protectors as an office or ganizer, craft organizer and or bathroom organizer.
*Breads, muffins or dinner rolls.
*Nintendo Cartridges.
*Foil and Plastic wrap caddy.
*Add a Dessert Bowl in the center for dip and surround with your favorite snacks or veggies.
*Fits on either shelf of the Small Baker’s Rack.
*Use in the pantry to hold your dry mixes, drink mix packets, etc.
*Add the one piece of beverage ware to hold Pretzel Rods and serve with another snack in the remaining space.
*Holds two rows of your hand crafted cards.
* Will hold two rows of 4 x 6 recipe cards.
*Great for serving cookies and brownies.
*Bagels and cream cheese for breakfast.
*Use on your kitchen counter to hold your gourmet bottles of vinegar and olive oils.

House Warming Gift

Why not give the Bread Basket Set and include a sponge, bread, sugar and salt along with this poem?
Welcome To Your New Home
It is an ancient tradition that, upon moving into a new home, a family should be made welcome with these four earthly symbols:
A sponge that the house may always be clean;
A loaf of bread that there may always be food upon the table;
Sugar that there may be sweetness abounding;
And salt that there may be some spice in living.

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