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My favorite type of gift is one that holds meaning. This gift basket represents traditional items symbolizing warm wishes for a new home. Great for Bridal Showers, Housewarming Parties, and as a Hostess Gift. Can also be tailored for a thoughtful Thank You Gift.

ITEM MEANINGS:
Bread- "So those in your home may never know hunger"
Candles- "So you always have light through the darkest times"
Sugar- "So you always enjoy the sweetness of life"
Salt- "So your life always has flavor"
Wood- "So your home always has stability, harmony, and peace"

BASKET INCLUDES:
1 Jar filled with a Corn Bread Mix (Bread)
2 Taper Candles tied with twine and a decorative key (Candles)
1 Jar of Sugar (Sugar)
1 Sea Salt (Salt)
1 Cutting Board (Wood)
1 Note Card listing the traditional items and meanings (see above and in photo)
1 Recipe Card to go with the bread mix
1 Note Card to the home owner (***CONVO ME to personalize this Note Card***)

PLEASE NOTE:
**Baskets are custom made to order, therefore, while it may not be possible to duplicate the pictured basket exactly, all items will look similar in color, shape, and size.
**I use all types of baskets: wire, straw, raffia, etc. If you have a preference, please specify.
**For shipping purposes, some items may be placed lying down and/or wrapped separately.
**Price reflects five traditional items: Bread, Candles, Sugar, Salt, and Wood

Housewarming Basket (Traditional)

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Mason Jar, Candles, Sugar, Salt, Cutting Board, Basket, Recipe Card, Twine, Note Card
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 4 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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