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HollyM Offline
#1 Posted : Tuesday, October 12, 2010 7:18:01 AM(UTC)

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I thought I had saved an old file from several years ago, but I can't find it and I am hoping someone can help!

I am looking for the candy bag topper that was used for M & M's and there were color bubbles on the topper that corresponded with each color M & M that had little sayings. Someone used this as treat bags for the guests at a weekend crop.

If this rings a bell with anyone, please feel free to e-mail me - thanks!

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#2 Posted : Tuesday, October 12, 2010 8:35:37 AM(UTC)

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Not sure this is what you're looking for, but it's the Christmas Story with M&Ms, written by Lillygirl from the mb for her brother. I saw it in a card on the mb also, but the poem is original.

A Christmas Story

As you hold these candies
In your hand,
And turn them, you will see,
The M becomes a W, an E and then a 3.

They tell the Christmas story,
It's one I'm sure you know.
It took place in a stable,
A long, long time ago.

The E is for the East,
Where the star shone so bright.
The M is for the manger,
Where baby Jesus slept that night.

The 3 is for the Wisemen,
Bearing gifts they say they came.
W is for Worship,
Hallelujah Praise His Name!

So as you eat these candies,
Or share them with a friend.
Remember the meaning of Christmas
It's a love story that never ends.
Pam Ridenour

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