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    Default Can anybody help me - pleeeeaaaase!

    Hope that somebody can help me because I have a feeling that my cry for help will be as clear as mud!

    I am making things for a stall at our local school christmas market. I am making cards, bookmarks, coaster calanders etc. When I visited Scarborough in the summer holidays I saw in a jewellery shop, some bead bracelets with a heart charm and a handmade label attached saying something about making a wish. I am hoping to do something similar and have bought some red and green beads and made up some elasticated bracelets with one silver heart coloured bead, but I'm stuck about a verse or thought for my label. I want to say something about making a christmas wish but I'm rubbish at expressing myself. Can anybody help - I'd be very grateful. I'm aiming these at children buying for themselves or their friend or mum etc, so they don't have to be very profound sayings.

    Many thanks
    sam x

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    What a lovely idea Sam. Unfortunately I'm like you - I can never think of what to say. But I'm sure someone will come to your rescue soon. Cxx
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    Sam, I'm rubbish at sayings so I can't help. Try selling reindeer food instead it's easier, we sold tons of it last year (oats and glitter). It was our best seller, don't know why we bothered making cards!

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    Me too, could a quick Google help?

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    Not quite sure what you are after but assuming it's a message from the giver to the recipient how about:

    "What you wish for my heart wishes for you"

    or

    "May you be granted your heart's wish"
    Janet
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    How about a twist of "wish upon a star " and use "wish upon a heart"

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    "Wishes can come true, but only if you BELIEVE :heart:" (just a thought from me x)

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    At the childrens hosptal I help at the teabar and we made loads with raindeer food. It is something I had never heard of before but nurses doctors and parents all asked for it.

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    Wishes don't come true overnight, they sneek up unexpected

    your own wishes may not always come true so make a wish for someone else.

    Wishes are free so give generously
    You don't have to be as mad as a box of frogs to be here but it helps:mysmilie_13:

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