15 crafty Christmas hamper ideas

Hampers are great for people who want to spend time putting together lovingly personal gifts.

The contents don't have to be complicated, it could be anything from the recipient's favourite biscuits to a handmade toy. It's a guaranteed winner on Christmas Day, and an easy way to get children involved in finding gifts for friends and family. Pick and pack to your heart's content!



15 Crafty Christmas Hamper Ideas

Label love


Go for a trendy look with DIY crochet tags and sequins, tied on with raffia. Afterwards, they can use the crochet tags as Christmas decorations.



For a Scandinavian style, stamp red designs onto tags and ribbon. You can use conventional Christmas stamps or use alphabet stamps to make your messages more personal.



Felt toppers and chalkboard gift tags tied with twine give hampers a rustic look. Using the same toppers and tags throughout ties your gifts together as a set and shows the love and effort put into arranging and packing it all. Best of all, the tags and toppers can be re-used afterwards for other crafty projects.


Delicious drinks

Christmas Tea Hamper - by Angela Barnard


hot choc

Homemade Hot Chocolate Gift Hamper - by Bless This Mess


Foodie fun

food hamper

Vintage Christmas Hampers with homemade cranberry and orange vodka, iced Christmas biscuits, chilli chutney, cranberry oatcakes and honeycomb bark - by Vintage Gal


ice cream

Ice Cream Decorating Hamper with homemade sauce and toppings - by Daily Fix


hamper breakfast

Sweet and Savoury Breakfast Hamper - by Country Living



Flavoured Cooking Salts Hamper - by Country Living


One for the kids


Snowman Kit for a crafty children's hamper - by Make It Do 


Craft collections


Knit and Stitch Hamper - by Sew Craft Create


Belle of the ball

beauty hamper

Body and Beauty Hamper - by A Sanoma Garden



Homemade Bath Salts Hamper - by His for Home


Evenings in

popcorn hamper

Movie Night Hamper - by Crafting in Laymon's Terms


The Great Outdoors


Gardening Hamper - by Martha Stewart





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