No? It doesn't? I'm going to Wikipedia "Ghiradelli" right now.
Be right back. . .
First things, first - did you know there is an extra "r" in GhiraRdelli? I though it was GhirAdelli! Whatdyaknow! Okay, so Wiki tells me that the company was founded by, and is named after, Italian chocolatier Domenico Ghirardelli. It says nothing about meaning "thank you." Hmmm. My bad.
But, all the same, it's a box! It holds chocolate! And, chocolate is a synonym for thank you.
In some alternate universe.
Potatoes. Potatos. Tomatoes. Tomatos.
I found this great tutorial online at Splitcoaststampers for how to make these GhiraRdelli treat holders. I thought they would make perfect thank you gifts for customers placing orders with me this month.
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