Tuesday, November 4, 2008

home shopping party

Hey dudes,
quick question. We're doing a Christmas baking exchange with a bunch of my girlfriends and getting together at the end of the month to do the exchange. Last year it coincided with a candle party a girl was having so we did that first then exchanged and visited and ate. This year I am hosting, I suggested making Christmas cards, but not everyone is down for that. They suggested like an Epicure party or something. Personally I'm not usually a big fan of these things, I feel obligated to buy stuff and don't want to make other people feel like that. Tupperware, Pampered Chef etc. I definately don't need any new kitchen things so it just didn't make sense for me to host one. I could do like Home and Gift or whatever it's called but it's all so expensive I know I'd never buy anything. I hate candle parties. I guess I could do Epicure, I've never been to one of those before. anybody have any other ideas? We could do a sex toy party, but they're usually booked up pretty far in advance, plus I don't need anything like that (got enough! ;) ) help?


Anonymous said...

those epicure parties are FULL of food. so much food so you can taste it all. why don't you just do a get together with the baking you made?

Sara said...

I love Fantasia parties but I guess if you have enough!!

Angie All The Way said...

I was going to suggest Fantiasia or a Sexy Girl party! Epicure is a good one because if you buy spices it's not the same as kitchen utensils etc., and you might get to use them around xmas time.

I've never been to a Pampered chef party, but I got a few items for wedding gifts and I'd eat that stuff right up!