Boxes for hampers?

(4 Posts)
ItsFunnierInEnochian Fri 29-Aug-14 21:14:13

Decided to do hampers for my many, many and awkward sisters this year. Will be putting in:

Coffee (Beanies, just discovered via SW, naice coffee.)
Home made Rocky Road
Book
DVD
Fluffy socks
Bath bombs
Disney mug

Don't want to use plastic boxes, but don't want to fork out a tenner for naice ones. I'm not one for trudging around shops endlessly, I'm more of an online lazy cah shopper.

Home bargains do naice Christmas ones in a few sizes for cheap. Well they did last year anyway. smile

Caramelkate Fri 29-Aug-14 22:00:20

I use those canvas bags for life £1 in primary/ home bargains and useful afterwards too. You can put a cardboard square base in the bottom if you want it box like.

HomeSense/TKMaxx do lovely Christmas boxes
I bought some Lindy Bowman from QVC
HomeBargains had a couple of baskets (lined) but it's early days
The Card Factory had boxes

If you do a bath bomb, wrap it extra well, otherwise all your edibles will stink of it. (I put Lush bathbombs in the DC Christmas Eve Hampers, but in those Lakeland cellophane bags secured to the outside of the hamper)

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