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    You are in: Home / Community Forums / Holidays & Entertaining / Home-Made Holiday Gift Ideas
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    Home-Made Holiday Gift Ideas

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    Nic
    Tue Oct 17, 2006 5:22 am
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    Itís that time of year when we are thinking of our family and friends and what we can do to make their holiday special. Here are some ideas, quite a few of which can be made ahead, that your loved ones will be thrilled to receive.
    Think about presentation. Beautifully wrapped gifts are so exciting, bows and ribbons can make all the difference. How about a stocking filled with home-made gifts, or a wicker basket?

    Of course there are hundreds of recipes and ideas here on Recipezaar, this thread is to give you some inspiration if you need it. Please, please post your own holiday gift ideas here, and your photos Ė the more the merrier!

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    Letís start with ĎGifts in a Jarí Ė so easy to put together, buy new jars or recycle the old ones, look for jars with dimpled glass for a great effect. Smaller jars lend themselves to hot chocolate and drink mixes, while the larger ones are suitable for soup mixes and beans. Jams and jellies are very colourful and brighten up any holiday.




    Gift Brownie Mix - in a Jar
    White Chocolate Brownie Mix
    Flavored Coffee Creamers



    Cute As a Button Cookie Mix in a Jar
    Mexican Hot Chocolate Mix
    Easter Bunny S'mores in a Jar


    Snowman Soup Mix in a Jar
    Red Hot Sipper Mix in a Jar
    Brownies in a Jar


    Jambalaya Mix in a Jar
    Rainbow Bean Soup Mix in a Quart Jar
    Painted Desert Chili Mix in a Jar


    Dill Dip in a Jar
    Soup Mix in a Jar
    Lentils and Pasta Soup Mix for Ground Beef


    Calico Bean Soup Mix
    " Belles " Poultry/Stuffing Seasoning
    Potato Soup Mix




    Easy Orange Marmalade
    Orange-Pineapple Jam
    Mrs. G's Italian Plum & Cointreau Jam


    Berry Jam
    Banana Split Freezer Jam
    Strawberry Rhubarb Jam


    Currant Jelly
    Hot Pepper Jelly
    Cranberry-Pepper Jelly (hot)



    Corn Cob Jelly
    Spicy Habanero Jelly
    Hot As Hell Habanero Zucchini Jelly


    Watermelon Jelly
    Mountain Dew Jelly
    Red Pepper Jelly


    Last edited by Nic on Fri Nov 14, 2008 6:28 am, edited 4 times in total
    Nic
    Tue Oct 17, 2006 5:23 am
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    Letís take a look at Spices and Rubs. These are very versatile and larger quantities can be put into jars and smaller amounts into packets, which are easier to send through the post. Donít forget to add labels, and maybe include a recipe or two.


    5 Steak Rubs for Grilling
    Smokey Seasoned Salt
    Herbs De Provence


    Blackening Seasoning Mix
    Cajun Seasoning
    Femmes' Revenge Caribbean Curry Mix


    Lone Star Rub
    All Purpose BBQ Rub
    Smokey Steak Rub

    Donít forget the mustard! Just the thing to liven up your leftovers and another great gift to give.
    Vinegars and flavoured oils can be made to look attractive Ė buy bottles and jars made to show them off.




    Whiskey Mustard
    Hot Pepper Mustard
    Creole Mustard



    Honey Mustard
    Chipotle Mustard
    Chopped Cucumber Mustard Pickles



    Chili Garlic Vinegar
    Herbal Vinegar with Basil


    Red Chilli Oil
    Thai Perfumed Oil
    Olive Oil with Capers and Chili Peppers



    Lemon Olive Oil
    Rosemary Infused Oil
    Mediterranean Herb Oil


    Chili Oil (Hong You)
    Paprika Oil
    Parmesan Oil
    Nic
    Tue Oct 17, 2006 5:24 am
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    Last edited by Nic on Tue Oct 17, 2006 5:34 am, edited 1 time in total
    Nic
    Tue Oct 17, 2006 5:25 am
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    Nic
    Tue Oct 17, 2006 5:26 am
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    JoyfulCook
    Tue Oct 17, 2006 3:59 pm
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    that all looks just FAB!!!! I have not evenread to the end of it - so will do it in the morning .... wonderful - you are all so crafty..... me ! I cant draw a walkingstick figure icon_cry.gif
    *sweetomato*
    Thu Oct 19, 2006 12:20 pm
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    This forum is great! What excellent ideas! Thanks for all your hard work!SmileyCentral.com
    Nana Lee
    Thu Oct 19, 2006 9:39 pm
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    I've put this thread in my Holiday cookbook. Hope you don't mind.
    You have done such a fantastic job putting this together!
    Thank you.

    Lee
    Granny Moses
    Sat Oct 21, 2006 5:41 pm
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    icon_eek.gif Where do I start? What fabulous ideas you have put together!

    Our family is exchanging stockings this year, and I see so many things that would easily fit into one. I love the fact that you included everyone - pets and all - in your gift ideas.




    Thank you so much for this thread icon_biggrin.gif I'm predicting some very happy recipients in the not-so-distant future.
    Elly in Canada
    Sat Oct 28, 2006 6:35 am
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    icon_biggrin.gif What a fabulous thread, full of great gift ideas for everyone on your list icon_exclaim.gif Thanks for all your excellent work Nic icon_exclaim.gif
    Elly
    Sharon123
    Sun Oct 29, 2006 11:10 pm
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    bigbadbrenda
    Sun Nov 05, 2006 1:32 pm
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    These are wonderful ideas I have thought about giving gifts to my co workers and this thread will help me do that.
    thank you again.
    brenda
    KayBeeOakdale
    Wed Nov 08, 2006 1:01 pm
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    Thanks for all the great ideas; I saved a few to try this year. One food gift that I have given for many years is my homemade carmels. They are so well received.
    Caramels
    Rita~
    Fri Nov 10, 2006 9:56 am
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    Nic
    Fri Nov 10, 2006 2:28 pm
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    Thanks Rita for posting this thread - there are some more great ideas and the photos are super!! icon_biggrin.gif
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