Who loves to receive a Christmas hamper? I know that I do, Especially if they are filled with lots of goodies that I like.
Last year I made a few of my own DIY hampers to give as Christmas presents which were a great success and in this post I will give you some ideas for making your own hamper as well as buying readymade hampers.
1-If you are going to make your own Christmas hampers then first off you need to search out some baskets. Cheap baskets from a charity shop can be given a new lease of live by spraying them silver or gold. Alternatively you can use a cardboard box and decorate it with attractive paper.
2- Hampers need some kind of filler such as shredded paper. This can be simply shredded magazines or more attractive festive shreds of paper or foils.
3-This is the fun part, filling the hamper with gifts. Suggestions for a ‘Her’ hamper include bath salts, beeswax candles, a personalised mug like the Keep calm mug you can see on this post diary and a pretty key ring just like the Diamante one you can see here.
Readymade hampers are pure indulgence and make a wonderful gift for that someone special in your life.
My Hamper choice has to be this wonderful deluxe hamper which includes a bottle of the commended Jules Feraud NV Champagne as well as Lily O’Briens finest Crème brulee which is perfect for the festive season.