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Best Food Gifts 2


Hello everyone! I hope you all making the best out of your free weekend time. I am doing the best I can with lots of tasks to finish before the week starts. Mostly working on improving the shop and growing it.Today I continue with the "food gift ideas" series. This time it's it isnt about make things by yourself but about collecting small things to create a great big gift for a useful use. Here is a list of  food and drink kits you can collect and design in a pretty way and useing your creativity. 


Be sure to include pretty baking cups, every kind of sprinkle imaginable, a tiny booklet of recipes, a squeezable icing bottle, and a frosting spatula. Stuff it all into the cutest lunch box you can find.



 Include waffle cones, waffle bowls, jars of caramel and chocolate sauce, tiny bags of chocolate chips, nuts, and loads of sprinkles.
Collect a martini set of all things needed to make a nice cocktail that the person you are given the gift to can only sit and enjoy it without worrying about buying lots of stuff. You could also add some beautiful cocktail glasses. 



Fill a 7”x7” square of cheesecloth with ground ginger, cinnamon sticks, fresh nutmeg, and cardamom pods and tie with twine. Include a bottle of wine and an orange pegged with cloves.





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  1. This is so cute ! And such a great idea !
    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  2. Me to. I hope I can help you to do a good work with the photos :)

    I love this food gifts :)

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