It’s time to give gifts to your loved ones! But you don’t know what to give! Well, you are in luck, because here are some amazing gift themes that can help you give gifts that are extra special and thoughtful.
Here are some common items that you can keep in your personalized gift basket:
• Food item
• Personal care product
Though designing baskets need a lot of thought, here are some themes you can display in your personalized gift baskets:
Making a gift basket for an avid reader is not as difficult as it sounds. The key ingredient to a reader’s heart is a book! Find out what genre your special person likes, and hit the bookstores! Then make the basket look delicious by setting in assorted teas. You can take Pepperidge Farm cookies as an option, as they delight everyone’s taste buds. As a personal care product, some body butter would be perfect, along with a soft blanket. Finally, you can add a CD and your basket is ready!
The Puzzle Lover/The Writer
If your dear one is more attracted to puzzles and composing write-ups, then you should choose this idea to amaze him. The primary step is to fill your personalized basket with crossword puzzle books. A blank journal would certainly intrigue the writing spirit in your special person, along with some necessary stationary like a pen and pencil set. A plate of cheese and crackers and a glass of sparkling wine are significant factors to create a warm atmosphere. Finally, throw in a bottle of body powder, a DVD, and maybe a set of brand new slippers.
A gift basket for a fisherman is a very simple process and does not take much time. You cannot catch a fish and set in the basket as a present! Start with a container filled with a couple of hand warmers, and most certainly a fishing DVD. To make him feel that you are familiar with his work, provide a copy of Field and Stream magazine. A pair of heavy socks and a bottle of body spray can be amazing gifts for any occasion. Last but not least, add in a box of cocoa and Bailey’s Irish Crème!
Crafting is a very challenging profession, but making a gift basket for one is certainly not a hustle! You can fill in your basket with the most basic things first, such as a toolbox with paint pens, scissors, and glue. Also, a book of new craft ideas would come in handy at all times. Set in a VHS of new technique, and you must necessarily provide an apron with many pockets. Finally, you can provide some General Mills International toffees and a box of mouth-watering candies to set an artistic mood.
Cooking is a hobby for many people, but have you ever thought what you would gift to a cook? Well, you can find gifts right in your kitchen! Begin by adding minced ginger, fresh basil plant, and possibly a bottle of wine. Moving on to the utensils, you can provide a tool caddy, an apron, a wooden pasta server, also a pepper grinder would suffice. You obviously have to provide a cookbook, and to complete your basket; a Bath and Body works hand soap will certainly do the job.
Everybody knows that a musician’s heart can be won by nothing other than music. You can begin by adding a messenger bag containing a book of music and techniques for instruments. Concentrating on instruments, you can provide a tuning fork or pitch pipe, guitar picks and new strings. Also, hopefully, a how-to-DVD might pitch things up. To represent the personal care department, you can include a special lotion for calluses, a pair of gloves, a bottle of energy water, and a couple of high protein bars, which also contribute to health.
An artist’s mind is always complicated, but it can be excited with the smallest of events. Reading this line, you can easily guess what to add in this gift basket. You can add a pocketed art smock and a portfolio or tool caddy to indulge in the atmosphere. Then go for the usual, such as sable paintbrushes, a sketchpad, watercolors, high-pigment color pencils, several art pencils, and gum eraser. People of all professions, as you know, would adore a DIY book. You can also include a Sister Wendy DVD, a hand lotion, and some herbal tea.
You’re surely thinking of screwdrivers and hammers. If you are, then fret not, because you’re on the right track! A toolbox is a handyman’s dream. You can add a tool apron with kneepads, a new hammer, drill bits, a small saw, and a multi-tip screwdriver set. Certainly include a DIY book or a This Old House magazine. As for delicacies, coffee and a roll of summer sausage would do nicely. Put a finishing touch on the gift basket with a DVD of ‘The Red Green Show.’
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