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How To Make A Diwali Gift Hamper?

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Diwali Gift HamperIt is a very simple task to make a Diwali gift hamper on your own. Here are a few tips on How To Make A Diwali Gift Hamper.


 

Planning

 

In the first step, decide whom do you want to give your Diwali hamper to. If it is a friend or relative give things that you know your recipient will love to have. If it is a gift for business purpose, give something you are very proud of like creative home-made chocolates, candles or diyas. The perfect Diwali Gift Hamper should have everything from decoration to food.


 

Diya, candle, crackers: Pick a big gift basket and start filling it with Diwali treats. Keep decorated oil lamps and fragmented candles in the basket. If your recipient likes to blow crackers, include a bunch of firecrackers in it.

Chocolates, sweets, cookies: Diwali is the perfect time to gift chocolate, sweets, cookies, cakes and biscuits. Depending on your recipient’s choice, pick any of these and keep in your gift hamper.

Juices, wines, cold drinks, jams, sherbats: For non-alcoholic drinkers, pick a bottle of wine in the gift hamper. Juice tetra-packs, cold drinks, sherbats and jams are other cold beverages that you can keep in your gift hamper.

Dry-fruits raw or roasted: Make packets of raw or roasted dry-fruits like cashew, almond, pista etc and keep them in the gift hamper.

Silver gift items: Silver coins with pictures of Laskhmi and Ganesh idols on it, small silver idols of these god and goddess can also be kept in the gift hamper. Presenting jewelry to some one close is another good option.

Electronic items: You can also keep small but useful electronic devices like ipod, handycam, cameras, etc in the gift hamper and leave a personal note on the whole basket. Decorate it with colorful ribbons and present it.

 

Make a Diwali gift hamper at home and make your near and dear ones happy.

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20 Comments

Anonymous's picture
Great info..gifts are an integral part of Diwali celebrations...
Anonymous's picture
Even I have an idea, how about gifting children and people who cannot afford to have these gifts.
thespicychef's picture
This is quite ....a useful information any festival as loads of gifts are exchanged between the dear ones........
oatmeal's picture
Great tips!
yummyyum's picture
Great Ideas...This Diwali I am having a big budget for Diwali gifts so this article is going to help me a lot...
Anonymous's picture
These are regular gift ideas followed for ages... How about some off-beat yet interesting ideas?
Anonymous's picture
Superb ideas! I usually spend so much gettin these things done from someone... Will do it myself this year
Anonymous's picture
Thanks for the tips... Diwali is the time to gift our close ones...and these are really nice ideas to start buying...
anonymous's picture
Good tips...
sumer's picture
it is really so easy to make diwlai gift hampers at home! nice tips!
FitGal's picture
This has been great help. I was looking for some good gifts to give away this Diwali and this blog is going to help me do that.
Anonymous's picture
Thanks for this great idea
thot4food's picture
Dry fruits received on the occasion of Diwali helps me to make delicacies throughout the year
shruti's picture
wow...would implement some of these ideas practically this diwali!
colorfulcandies's picture
great article.
Anonymous's picture
great tips !!
barbecue's picture
wow very innovative ideas
Rahul.Chef.and.Writer's picture
a perfect gift for the festive season
chockyfoodie's picture
Yeah, a perfect blog on gifting. I was in search of some literature like this.
Anonymous's picture
Went shopping with my mother-in-law for Diwali gifts and I discovered that Make and decorating Diwali hampers has become a full fledged business these days. Its a new trend to gift gourmet foods for Diwali rather than the traditional ones, almost like creating Christmas gift hampers!