Orders accepted at GAHC for cookie and craft molds


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Originally Posted Online: Feb. 27, 2014, 12:02 pm
Last Updated: Feb. 27, 2014, 12:08 pm
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Press release submitted by the German American Heritage Center.

Order House on the Hill cookie and craft molds from German American Heritage Center and receive free shipping. Orders must be in by March 15. Pre-payment is required. Call 563-322-8844 to order.
Detail bunny -- $23.50 Rectangular mold, just side image of bunny.
Easter egg hunt -- $32.50 Small Egg shaped mold with carrot or flower decoration.
Bunnies in basket -- $29.50 Square mold, 2 bunnies in basket with eggs.
Ric rac rabbit -- $32.50 Large egg shaped mold with single bunny.
Small Pascal lamb -- $20.50 Small mold with rounded top, side image of lamb.

















 




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