a fun gift that I discovered recently, when I also was in the same situation. I was
walking the isles of the local Kohl's Store, and I came upon a Food Network section,
in the home goods section. What really caught my eye, was the 50 percent off sale,
of the products. First of all, I did not know that the Food Network started making
their own products. I really liked the quality, design, and sturdiness of the glass
ware. After all, people who specialize in kitchen life, should know what they are
doing when they create a new line, right? If you ever find yourself in a Kohl's
store, you might want to check out their products. I found something I chose to
use for my gift.
(coffee photo from Google)
The boxes that hold the tiny oranges, or halos, are sturdy, and I thought perhaps I could
recycle one of them, to hold the gift I was going to give.
With glue and tissue paper, I covered the bottom and the sides of the box. It was not an
easy feat to cover the box, using tissue paper, but I placing the tea towel on the bottom,
of the box, somewhat taking the attention away from the covering job:) Tea towel from
Here is the purchase I made for my gift. A porcelain soup and sandwich set. I like that
it features a ridged area to place the cup of soup, and plenty of space for a sandwich on
the side. I made a big pot of chili soup and froze it for over the holidays. I put some
chili in a glass jar and froze it too.
the set. I crushed some nachos and put them in a clear cellophane bag, since that is the
way we eat our chili. A bowl of chili, a dollop of sour cream, and then we sprinkle on
top, crushed nachos. Maybe the gift recipient will want to do that too.
When the time comes to give this gift, I will thaw the jar of chili, then wrap the entire
box in clear cellophane and add a green bow. I am not sure why I am sharing this
simple idea, but I thought just maybe, the new Food Network product line, might
offer some needed and useful ideas for you.
Today is a "hot soup" kind of day.