Gift Basket Season is Starting Up Again

With summer winding down, and fall just a few weeks away, gift basket season is starting up again. I am ready for it! I've had a number of people ask me to donate baskets for different silent auctions and I will be posting the finished products as I have them.

Today's basket is a cocktail one I recently did for a silent auction. It was a good way to use up a number of mini bottles of booze which came into my possession. I also included the DVD of Notes on  a Scandal, highball glasses with drink recipes printed on them, cocktail napkins, a glass pitcher for mixing and of course, a couple of my books. The basket is a chrome fruit basket I found at Ross.

Christmas Gift Basket, gift basket, wine, chocolate, Christmas, tea cup, Christmas romance novel, christmas book, ornaments, tea towel, miracle on 34th street, cocktails, shaker, highball glass


As I receive request for baskets, my goal is to make them a little larger and more elaborate. We'll see what happens.

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8 comments:

Sue Loncaric said...

I love gift baskets and they are a perfect gift for any occasion. Thank you for sharing with us at #AnythingGoes.

Lux G. said...

'Tis the season of gift-giving indeed. This is a wonderful idea. :)

Ellie Key said...

Cute idea!
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Franca Desjardins said...

This is an interesting idea!! I guess it could be good for this up and coming season! Thanks for sharing this at #KCACOLS. I was looking for the #KCACOLS badge but I couldn't find it. Could you please add it at the end of your post or add a link to the linky somewhere? That would be great!! :-) xxx

charlotte ratcliffe said...

This is so Fab! I love themed baskets you can have so much fun with them! And I love the chrome style basket/bowl Thanks for sharing #KCACOLS

Mommy's Little Princesses said...

What a lovely idea!xx #KCACOLS

Mommy's Little Princesses said...

What a lovely idea!xx #KCACOLS

Art From My Table said...

How fun! Thanks for sharing at FTAF!