Hello!Lucky Holiday Party
Dec 14, 2012

Our annual Hello!Lucky employee holiday party was a big success! We try to get creative with our gift-giving and this year we did just that – got creative! Everyone handmade each of their gifts and we exchanged them at Lyndsey’s Twin Peaks apartment above the glowing city lights. We knew everyone had hidden talents but we were blown away with the final product! All our employees went above and beyond and the night was one to remember.

Jon, our house brewer, brewed a winter beer and even created his own labels! Heather also made up a special batch of pumpkin liqueur – and it was delicious with all the treats from the night! Kelly C. made adorable s’more kits, and Lyndsey made homemade cookie butter! Stewey made his famous Stewey’s Cheweys and also his famous knit coasters! (Did you see them on the Huffington Post?) Holly made amazing snow globes, James tied some awesome rope door stops, and Shayna handmade her winter scented candles!

Laura made gorgeous pine wreathes and Lillian sewed individual cocktail napkins. Below you can see Lia’s adorable felt houses, all lit up with mini lights. It’s the perfect decor!

Christina got crafty with her mini terrariums, and spruced them up with some festive holiday deer! The room was overflowing with holiday spirit, and everyone couldn’t wait to exchange.

Even more delicious snacks from Eunice and Sabrina’s holiday cookies, and Leslie made homemade granola in these sweet little jars.

Each person brought five gifts and each person left with five. As the night went on, surprise Karaoke evolved and we all had a grand ol’ time.

Thanks Lyndsey for hosting and the entire HL crew for celebrating such a wonderful year! Here’s to 2013!



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