Finished Baskets - Part 2

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  • stormbreakerstormbreaker Forumite
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    What abourt a movie hamper. Take advantage of the £1 ones on the cereal packets at the moment.

    The one thing I would say about doing a joint one for kids is perhaps wrap a few of the items individually in differant coloured paper(eg.for the girls pink and cream or two shades of pink) before puting in a hamper, Then it is easier all round to divide on opening up!
  • lilian1977lilian1977 Forumite
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    Yep, I'd agree with that - wine for the parents, juices/fizzies (depending on parents outlook!) for the kids. £1 Play.com DVDs (on Nestle cereal packets) - the selection is here: http://www.play.com/nestle

    Popcorn, popcorn buckets, sweets etc

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  • salducksalduck Forumite
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    Hello lovelies! Rusty can you add a link to the first post for the pictures only thread?? As its so nice being able to flick thru the pictures!!
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  • salduck wrote: »
    Hello lovelies! Rusty can you add a link to the first post for the pictures only thread?? As its so nice being able to flick thru the pictures!!
    Cheers
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    Added a link to the first post, sorry I completely forgot! :)
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  • debjkdebjk Forumite
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    just finished my 1st basket this year this one is for secret santa gift and limit was £10 to include postage
    Huge galaxy £2 asda
    Charlie spray £1 asda
    Imperial leather shower gel £1 asda
    2 smelly candles 4 for £1= 50p asda
    Spa wipes 59p home bargains
    fizz bomb 59p " " "
    ty teddy 99p "" "" ""
    shower scrunchie 29p"
    basket 99p 99p stores
    and I have to post it so all in all will be just over the tenner
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  • You grandaughters presents sound lovely Mary!
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  • A couple of new hampers from me today, made these up for a friend of mine. Making a small bit of profit from them too. Sorry left the photos big as have emailed her the links for them.

    A grandparents hamper, with a book, bracelet, personalised mug, coffee, candles, little set of cards
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    One girly hamper with lotions, potions, personalised glass, door hanger etc
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  • Hi all!!

    all the baskets look Great as always!!

    I need some inspiration from you if anyone can help me please?!!:confused:

    My dad and his girlfriend are off to Australia in Jan on there hols and I am hoping to make their x-mas pressie a Australian themed basket, but am stuck as to what to put in it, So far I have, suncream, aftersun, Lonley planet guide to Australia, and now i'm stuck lol!!

    My other one I'm stuck on is my mum! she is soooo hard to buy for, she doesnt like smellies, doesnt really have a hobby as such, she works very hard long hrs in the week so at the weekend relishes in not having to do a thing!! :rotfl: Any ideas?

    I look forward to your replies!!
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  • salducksalduck Forumite
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    Hey guys dont forget and pop the lovely pics on the pics only thread!!
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  • debjkdebjk Forumite
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    a calendar?
    http://www.play.com/Books/Calendars/4-/6065080/Australia-2009-Calendar/Product.html
    some aussie wine or beer loads to choose from
    or as a joke make one of them hats with the corks just drink lots of wine between now and christmas to collect the corks lol
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