If you are going to buy a gift for a friend, a relative, your fiancè-spouse, why don't add something meke wuth your hands, a lttle diy touch?
When I am free from work I like watch tv program in the afternoon that is called "DETTO FATTO " (said it done it) rich of tutorials and from this tv show I took inspiration for "chocolate in a glass ball", basically you need to buy a glass ball wash it and then put ingredients for chocolate (except milk), this could be also a lovely ideas for your guests during a event hosted in your house.
This could be a nice idea durng Christmas period-also to have different tree's decorations!
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If you are hosting a dinner in your place and you would like to give something to your guests, you could prepare a mix for handmade cookies: Ingredients that you need for 40 cookies are 300 gr flour, 2 tablespoon of connamon, 220 gr brown sugar, 220 gr sugar, 250 gr chocolate cereals, 180 gr of chocolate's drops, 200 gr coconut flour, divide ingedients inside container basing on colours then in a lovely card and witha good calligraphy write receipes for cookies, you need to add to ingredients you already have (included into containers/bags) 2 eggs and 300 gr of butter, MAke little balls and put in the oven for 15-20 minutes at 180°. But yes you can make cookies and do personalized bags to give to your guests!!!Foodie lovers will love boths ideas!!!
Walking for some errands in the centre I discovered a lovely candy-chocolate-coffe-liquor shop where you can ask to prepare a personalised mix of coffee, you took 1 chilos of coffes and you can add some cinnamon and 2 tablespoon of chocolate powder, then put the mixt in a glass jar decorated with a nice ribbon, easy and really nice to see-being a diy and coffee lover this could be a very good idea for me.
For example if you bought a set of coffee mug this diy touch will be perfect combo for it, aren't you agree?
Honestly diy and handmade products/giftd are my favourite, which is your kind of perfect gift done or received?