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fizzybubblesforme Sun 21-Oct-12 20:31:30

Can anyone recommend where I can get a nice, quality (cheapish) hamper that I can fill with various treats?

VoterColonelSebastianDoyle Sun 21-Oct-12 20:35:55

Home bargains i picked up a lovely one for £5.99 x

ineedsomepeaceandquiet Sun 21-Oct-12 20:52:18


janji Mon 22-Oct-12 04:24:45

Whit yards have them between £12 and £18 on their website.

janji Mon 22-Oct-12 21:37:31


FluffyFish Mon 22-Oct-12 22:28:32

My mum always used to do one for my GPs by getting a cardboard box and decorating. I am going to do same for il's this year and get dd to help decorate it. That way if we get them one every year they won't end up with massive collection of wicker baskets.

AlohaMama Mon 22-Oct-12 23:03:09

Best hamper I ever had was treats in a lasagne dish. Treats were nice and the container was useful too. Otherwise if you're just trying to get a container, I second the cardboard box idea, or big gift bag, or go to charity shop and see what they have.

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