Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Coffee Cup Gift Sets

They're baaack - more coffee cup sets to show you!
 I'm still using up the plethora of tiny coffee cups in my stash, this time as gifts for the Hospice gals who took care of my mom for a brief time.
 It's hard to tell the size and scale of things in a picture, just so you know, these are tiny taster size cups.
Top Diameter: 2 1/2"
Bottom Diameter: 1 3/4"
Height: 2 3/8"
The cups are from
Cups - 4oz. Paper Hot Cup 50/ $2.89 order number is 9994W
Lids - 4oz. Hot Paper Cup Travel Lid White $4.39 Order number is 999L4W

Filled with Hershey Kisses and a gift card just a little token of my appreciation for their loving care.
Instructions for the carrier can be found in this posting HERE

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  1. No doubt the hospice people will love and appreciate these. Thanks for sharing the directions for making the carrier.

  2. Oh Becky! you've got me hooked on these darling cups!!

    I think you are amazing! to make these for the hospice workers. Not everyone remembers to go back to say Thank You!

    They will love them!


  3. What a wonderful idea! These are just too cute! Thanks so much for sharing your lovely talent with us!

  4. As a former Hospice employee it has always been my honor to be welcomed into the homes of a family who has a loved one who is facing end-of-life care. Know that your gift will touch each of the Hospice employees who cared for your mother. Thanks for sharing your darling gifts.

  5. What a treat for these ladies who were such angels to your mama! (Now I know what you've been up to lately!!! WOWZERS!) These are so cute, I just love these little gems. Great job as always, Becky!

  6. What a lovely, thoughtful treat! I can only imagine that these were a little difficult to make, but you pull through with class and flair every time!

  7. So very thoughtful of you to remember those great caregivers. My family has also been on the receiving end of the care and attention of the Hospice workers and they are truly wonderful people. Thanks for sharing your gifts with us and I know they will be greatly appreciated by all who receive them.
    Hugs to you.

  8. What stamp set is the sentiment from, I really like it

  9. I just love how you do these little cups! They are so cute!! How thoughtful and sweet of you to give them to the Hospice employees who helped take care of your mother. I hope you are fairing well these days! You and your family have been through a lot!! Best wishes to you Becky! I hope you have a Sunny Sunday tomorrow! God Bless! :)