• Gadget Basket

    Gadget Basket

    Fill a canvas onion bag or other unique container with:


    garlic press
    can opener
    jar opener
    paring knife (carefully wrapped)
    strawberry huller
    egg slicer
    cheese slicer
    mixing spoons
    measuring spoons and cups
    egg timer
    grater

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    1. sandy63's Avatar
      sandy63 -
      I absolutely love doing gift baskets. It is so much fun finding each little item to put in the basket or container. I did one for my friend who loves to quilt a while back. I put in some fat quarters (which are over sized quater yards of cotton fabric that can be used in small or large projects), a really cute novelity measuring tape, a new package of quilting needles, a magnetic pin holder, and several other things to get her inspired to begin a new project. She loved and appreciated the thought behind the gift.
    1. kmel2u's Avatar
      kmel2u -
      Now I have some great gift ideas to use for my friends housewarming.


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