Using the above guidelines, you can step out and start shopping around for the perfect offering to your corporate clients. When Christmas is around the corner, it is never too early to start thinking of varieties of gift you will be getting your loved ones, friends or your work mates. If you are interested to get something personalised, a hamper might come in handy. It doesn’t matter if the receiving party has a sweet tooth or prefers savoury items – you will be able to customize a tailored hamper full of flavours. It is not only delightful to give such a tailor gift, but it is cost effective and will be very personal. This gift is a guaranteed hit straight to the heart. If you are interested to make your own Christmas hamper, follow this easy guide.

The base
The base of a hamper is a basket. You need to get one that fits the exact requirements for a picnic. Go around and look at charity stores for wicket baskets. If you cannot find the exact type of carrier you are looking for, you can always use a china bowl, a wooden or decorative tray or board.

Creating your own homemade hamper
Traditional  https://www.tastefulhampers.com.au/celebrate.html are filled with wine, cheese, more liquors, pickles, fruits and chocolates. Maybe all your receivers are not foodies and therefore, you might have to adjust the basket a little bit. The alternative options available a range from perfumes, stationary, spices, jewellery, body products too. A homemade hamper only caters only to the specific tastes of the person you wish to give it to.

Treats
Now its time to add more treats from chocolates shops, Christmas markets, delicatessens even your local mall or supermarket. You can even opt out for making your own treats or knit a sweater or two for those you love.

Presents for everyone
Gift baskets are for everyone. There is no age restriction as such. You an even create Christmas baby hampers Australia for those infants celebrating their first Christmas and add on cute festive accessories.

Packing ideas
Use jars or boxes to pack all the treats. Not only will this be an organised and colourful, but you will be able to surprise the receiver.

Finishing touches
Add some cushioning so that the jars would not break, crepe and shredded colourful papers in shapes to make it even more colourful. Use coloured cellophane and ribbon to give the finishing and professional touches. You can use a hairdryer and blow dryer the cellophane from the bottom so that you can get the same professional look. Get cracking on your hampers but don’t wait till the last minutes to get it going!best-gift