Gifts are a great way to show the special people in your life that you really know and care about them. You can personalise each Christmas hamper to match the personality of the friend or a family member whom you’re giving it to. If you’re planning to send out this kind of gift this Christmas but don’t know what to put in it, you’ve come to the right place.
Here are four awesome Christmas hamper ideas that you can curate this holiday season:
For the Foodie
What better gift to give a foodie but a food hamper? But don’t just fill their Christmas hamper with random food items that you can get from the supermarket. To make this gift extra-special, why not collect a few of your best recipes (or look for some on the internet), and then get the ingredients for them? Complete the Christmas hamper with recipe cards (or a cookbook) that your foodie friend can use to make delicious meals for themselves.
For the Homebody
Everyone has that one friend who likes to stay at home on their day-off and have a relaxing weekend. Their hobbies include taking long baths, binge-watching a new series on Netflix, and reading books. For this kind of friend, you can create a Christmas hamper out of a bottle of bubble bath, facial sheet masks, small tins of multi-flavoured popcorn, and a box of their favourite tea. You can also throw in a cute mug, a cosy pair of socks, and a couple of cute bookmarks to complete the gift set.
For the Health Nut
Do you have a friend who’s obsessed with the gym? Do they go running every morning before going to work? Maybe they’ve been forcing you to abandon your favourite food (pizza) and eat healthier food like fruits and vegetables? If you’ve got a friend like this, here are some things that you can put in their Christmas hamper: a bottle or two of their favourite energy drink, a few bags of healthy Vegan chips (banana and kale are good options), a pair of thick running socks, and a new water bottle.
For the Kid at Heart
The person who is a kid at heart definitely has a sweet tooth, right? For this friend, fill their Christmas hamper with sweet treats—chocolate bars, peanut butter cups, lollipops, jellybeans, caramels, and whatever candy you think your friend will enjoy. To make it funny, put a toothbrush and a tube of toothpaste in the basket too. You can also add throwback toys like a slinky, a Rubik’s cube, and a Tamagotchi to make your friend really happy.
Hopefully, these themed Christmas hampers have given you great ideas on what you can give this holiday season. Remember, it’s still the thought that counts, and with a personalised Christmas hamper, your friends and family members will definitely see that you’ve put a lot of thought and efforts into their gifts. Top up your gifts with a handwritten card that will surely touch their hearts. Merry Christmas!