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If you're going to be sending gift mixes, put them in a quart-size freezer bag instead of a glass jar. It will weigh less and cost less to ship.
Recently I saw the neatest idea at a store. For $40 you could buy this clear storage bin filled with a "starter kitchen". It had I believe: two skillets, spatulas, serving spoons, measuring cups and spoons, etc. I am sure it had more in it, but do not recall what all was in there.
You could easily make your own gift similar to this. If you know far enough in advance, you could buy several things over a period of time and fill the bin with things a new kitchen would need. You could even go with a smaller bin and fill it with the smaller kitchen items.
This page is about homemade decorative magnets. There are many fun ways to make creative magnets.
This page contains homemade gifts in a jar ideas. Soups, cookie mixes, the options are numerous for gifts in a jar.
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This cute magnet is perfect to add little nautical flair to your kitchen and makes a great gift for the boat or beach fan in your life. This is a page about making a nautical themed fridge magnet.
This is a page about making soup and bread mix Christmas gifts. Giving homemade soup and companion bread mixes, is a fun way to share favorite recipes with friends and family.
This is a page about making vintage fridgie diet reminder magnets. These cute vintage style magnets may not keep you on your diet, but they will make you smile while you sneak a snack.
This is a page about crocheted potholders. Crocheted potholders come in all shapes and sizes.