Who likes getting gift baskets during the holidays? The better question is: who doesn’t? But only if they’re filled with stuff we love. The problem with giving gift baskets, of course, is the expense.
Costs can rack up quickly when you fill a big, beautiful basket with a little of this and a little of that. When all is said and done, that stuffed basket might blow your Christmas gift-giving budget to the moon. There are, however, some gift baskets ideas that are actually budget-friendly.
Before we get started, let’s talk about the baskets. The single most important thing to keep in mind when choosing a basket is size. Remember a big basket is going to cost more to fill, and if you choose not to fill it, then it looks sad and you look cheap. (Seriously. It does. You do.) No, a better rule to live by is ‘smaller basket filled large.’
DIY Bloody Mary kit
Homemade pickles are a perfect housewarming, hostess, or holiday gift.
Other options to make include infused oils, vanilla sugar, limoncello, and pepper sauce.
Give them alone or in a gift basket with fresh bread. Friends will love getting these gifts and you’ll love the fun of making them!
Popcorn Gift Basket
Dress up popcorn kernels with a reusable concessions – stand container, a stash of cherry polka – dot napkins, and a super simple coconut – curry topping.
Get Well Kit Basket
Customize your kit with goodies you know your sick friend or loved one will enjoy, along with a magazine or two and it’s a sure way to make them feel better. (You can make this basket when your friend or loved one will not well near the Christmas Eve)..
By using all these items you can make the basket and also you can add the items according to your need…
Junk Food Gift Baskets
This gift consisting of accumulation of junk food, will be a pleasant surprise for almost anyone.
All you have to do is form a mixture of some of the best junk food keeping your recipient in mind!