I love this time of year when the Purim "buzz" is in the air! It seems that everyone is already searching for a great idea for Purim. Over the next few weeks, I hope to share some exciting ideas with you. I will begin with my own personal Mishloach Manot from last Purim. My children dressed up as locksmiths and we gave out this package to match. The boxes were purchased at Amazing Savings(39 cents each) and contained differents types of coo'keys'. Each tin was wrapped with teal ribbon and a real key, which I got from a local locksmith. Two key sugar cookies were covered in rolled fondant and were attached to a key ring.Using another piece of ribbon, I hung the key ring to a VOSS Water (11.2 ounces) It was then wrapped in cellophane and tied with mini padlocks and a piece of light weight chain(Home Depot).
The label on the middle can had a label on it made Leah Borenstien. firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is what my label said: O and Co. Locksmith " The Key to a Happier Purim" Coo"key" Combination