so we decided it had to be from a thrift or antique store, handmade,
or something you were willing to part with of your own. Only for the adults, of course!
We did not include the kids, didn't think they would go for the used toys:(
We have drawn names for the last few years and we did so again.
I'm sure that some of us were much easier to buy for than others, but we made it work and it was fun.
My mom got a whole bag of pretties. She and I both love blue and white everything!
Dad got a used book.
One of my sons loves anything to do with the British, so he received some
coins that my dad got when he was stationed in England during the Korean War.
A book about Scottish Klan Plaids
And a cool tin poster about a very British Ale.
My daughter bought a cute storage bench for her sister-in-law
and made this adorable cushion with their last name in many fonts.
She also found her this cute 1950's kitchen stool.
My other daughter-in-law drew my name and found this very cool vintage fan.
I found this KU Jayhawk garden statue at one the antique malls
for my daughter.
I was lucky enough to also receive this cute dough bowl
and the rooster above from my daughter.
My very crafty daughter made the three young boys capes
with their initials instead of Superman's S. How cute they were!
Grandpa even helped them learn how to fly!
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