Save Big On Christmas: Create Gift Baskets

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100daysbasketsGift baskets are the perfect Christmas gift—they require thoughtfulness and planning and don’t require a deep wallet! Lots of stores even have gift basket “kits” you can buy. You buy a basket, go through the store and pick out items to fill the basket, and then get a discount on the whole gift basket when you pay!

The whole present is usable, which is awesome for gift recipients. The baskets can be used for shopping, holding makeup, or decoration. You can fill the edges of the basket with straw, Christmas tinsel, or something edible like peanuts. Try to make it personal to your friend or family member for an even cooler gift!

To plan the perfect Christmas gift basket, think of where your recipient’s interests lie. If they like barbecuing, fill a basket with homemade BBQ rubs and sauces. Toss in a couple sauce brushes, a pair of tongs, and a book of recipes to finish it out! If someone loves art, put in a pack of drawing pencils and a set of painting brushes. Give them some special paints and sketchbook to finish it out.

With any gift basket you give, include a personalized card that tells them a little bit about the gift basket. Then they’ll know that you planned it especially for them, and it will mean even more to them.

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