Lots of Great Ideas on How to Line Your Basket
Before you go shopping for your next basket and gifts, take a walk
through your house to see what you can find. Go into that room where you
put last year's gifts, the gifts you didn't really like. Yes, we all have those!
These might be gifts you have received and just put away, or you may have bought a gift or two in that sale last week because they might come in handy. You know what I mean.
Put some of these gifts together, and buy a few more gifts if need be. These can be made into wonderful gift basket making ideas, made especially for your family or friends.
But first, to make a gift basket look good like the store bought gift baskets, you have to line and fill your basket with some kind of shredded paper or fabric.
Below are just a few great ideas for baskets with lining. Take a look!
First of all, what is the difference between lining and fillers for gift baskets you might ask?
Well, baskets with lining means lining the walls of the basket, such as lining the basket with fabric or plastic.
And a basket with filling means filling the gift basket with crinkle paper, shredded paper, newspaper, floral foam, Styrofoam..
These liners can work out very inexpensive to buy but most of the time you can find them in your own home.
When it comes to filling a basket with gifts, you need something in-between the gifts to fill in the spaces and for the gifts to sit on, to lift them up a little. The same goes with floral basket, for that you can use floral foam and moss.
Below are a few examples of what you can use to fill your gift basket.
Now that we have covered the basics of baskets with lining and fillers, it's time to make a gift basket for friends.
Homemade Gift Baskets are perfect gifts for you to make and give any time of year. Making homemade gift baskets for your family and friends is so much fun. So give it a go!
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