Making homemade a Christmas hamper is easy, affordable and fun! Here are some top tips from us here at mySupermarket on how to make a special Christmas hamper with high-quality items, comparisons and delivery.
Creating a homemade Christmas hamper can really show your loved ones you care and as an added bonus they’re often cheaper than the pre-made store alternatives too. Gather your family, especially the little ones, and get ready to build excitement as the big day approaches!
Want to wow your friends and family with your gift-giving skills? Put on your Santa hat, munch on some mince pies and check out mySupermarket’s top tips for making a Christmas Hamper this festive season.
Sounds boring we know, but it’s easy to get swept up with all the lovely things available this time of year. If you’re not careful your homemade hamper could cost more than intended. Set a budget and write a brief outline of things you’d like to include in the hamper (like the example below!). Then the fun can begin!
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Just because it’s a Christmas hamper doesn’t mean you have to stick with wicker. Get creative with your hamper presentation and have a look around the house for old boxes, tins or cases that you could use as your main hamper vessel. Alternatively check out discount stores such as Poundland or Poundworld, as well as the other supermarkets for cheap stationary baskets that can be made festive with the right tools!
It’s all too easy to be generic this time of year, so show them you really care by filling the hamper with personalised gifts you won’t see elsewhere. SHOPS by mySupermarket makes it easy to find new, bespoke and unique products from independent retailers from across the UK. Like this hamper basket chock full o’ goodies:
Check out these top picks from merchants on SHOPS and find your own inspiration now!
Here are some more of our favourite products to give you starter ideas you could build your hampers around!
Personalise your Christmas hamper even further by including some homemade baked treats too. Just remember to ensure it’s all still edible by the time your gift is received!
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