Christmas Celebrations: How to Make a Christmas Gift Basket At Home

It’s again the same time of the year that takes me back into the past. I love this season. The festive season. The time of happiness and cheerfulness.

Christmas has always been my favorite festival. It’s the perfect time of the year when you can make people happy and enjoy giving. Weeks before Christmas, I start reminiscing about my old college days. We studied in a Christian Missionary School, and it was Christmas that had me so many fond memories of that time.

We usually had Christmas celebrations starting in the first week of December. It would start with white gift service followed by Christmas carols, skits, plays, finally culminating into a Christmas extravaganza just a day before the holidays.

In those days, the idea of Christmas gift baskets wasn’t very common. People usually presented gift boxes that hardly had any room for innovation.

Of late, the gift baskets have grown much in popularity. They help you in customizing your gift as you present them to your friends and relatives.

You can make these baskets in many ways. They can even be used once the gifts inside of them are taken out.

You can find these gift baskets at all gift stores along with Christmas stars and wreathes but you can be more creative by making a Christmas gift basket at home by using other items. Isn’t it interesting if you create an innovative gift basket that isn’t a true basket? All it needs is some planning and a hint of creativity.

You can utilize different bases to keep your gifts rather than a conventional basket. For instance, if anybody in your family loves cooking, you can gift her with kitchen things filled into a crockpot. Fill the crockpot with all the kitchen items you are planning to gift and add a few sparkles and a bow to it so that it looks really special.

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If you have a male friend or a relative who loves fishing you can gift him a traditional wicker fishing supply bag which would hold a bunch of angling things. You can utilize this as a creative basket to fill it up with hankies, lines, an espresso bottle, and various other things you think he might want to take with him on his next fishing trip.

Ladies simply love to be pampered so you can make a gift basket out of a bathing robe and stuff it up with different things, for example, a manicure or pedicure kit, face masks, moisturizers, and a bunch of other girlie stuff.

Kids can gift their teachers a tote bag filled with all kinds of pens, pencils, markers, scratch pad and papers. You can likewise attach a card to it to wish your teachers a cheerful Christmas season.

Have you seen how easy it is to design and create your very own Christmas gift basket at home? You can personalize them depending on the liking and interest of the person.

So, that was all about Christmas gift baskets. If you’re a busy bee and doesn’t have much time, you can anyways go for premade gift baskets or boxes.

Besides these, there’s one more very interesting way of expressing your love and warmth and that is by gifting ebooks, especially for distant friends and relatives. Gifting ebooks saves you from shipping and handling hassles. Done at the touch of a button, they can be the quickest and the easiest gift for your loved ones.

All you got to do is to go to your Amazon store choose an ebook from the Kindle store and gift it as Christmas present.

So, if you think you have a friend that love reading cozy second chances romances, my new e-book is releasing just before Christmas that is on December 22, 2017, apt for reading during the holidays.

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Enjoy!

~MH

 

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Mariyam Hasnain is a romance writer and a blogger. She is an indie author of four published books including the short story collection "Still the Love Blooms", the novella "Love Me Baby", the full length novel "Camouflage, and the recently released "Hearts & Kisses." According to Mariyam, love is not always sweet but sometimes tangy, sour, and bitter. It's not always bright and colorful but often dark, gray, and black. So, her romance books are not always sweet but at times sassy, naughty, dark, and flirty. Her books mainly explore the intricacies of modern-age college romance, second chances, love at first sight, and forbidden love. So, go ahead and enjoy the ride as you explore the shades of naughty and nice romance with Mariyam.

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