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Give a Gift Basket With a Personal Touch

Gift baskets can be made for every occasion and every person. They can be costly to make or buy but with a little planning and creativity you can craft the perfect gift even if that person has everything. When you personalize a gift it says a lot about you. It says you cared enough to put love and effort into creating something for someone who’s important to you. And that special someone will be impressed. Sure you can buy gift baskets from a professional and spend any amount you want. They look good and come in a variety of themes and containers. But, wouldn’t a basket fashioned personally by you send a more meaningful message? Not to mention it’s a lot cheaper and more fun. Homemade foods from your kitchen for example are the perfect gifts for your basket. Ask yourself three questions before you get started: who is it for, what are their interests and how much am I willing to spend. A gift basket fills the bill for everyone regardless of age or gender. Choose a theme ba...

 


Sensational Holiday Leftover Ideas

Having leftovers after the big holiday meal is not always a bad thing. As a matter of fact, many families actually look forward to these repeat performances. What you don't want is to have to settle for the same old holiday leftover sandwich. With a little bit of prep time and some imagination, you can create new ways to enjoy your holiday favorites. Let's take a look at some creative ideas to re-purpose your holiday leftovers. Soup Sensations Start your reinvention by creating a soup stock out of the turkey carcass. Once you have your stock, you have the beginnings for meals that don't resemble a sandwich in the least. Make a simple turkey soup by dicing up some of the leftover turkey, then add to the stock with vegetables and noodles or rice for a hearty meal. Don't forget to include other leftovers in your turkey soup ideas. Sweet potatoes, processed until they're smooth, then thinned with turkey stock makes a wonderful smooth and satisfying soup. You can make other familiar soups, as well. If you have...

 


Great Gift Ideas For Camera Lovers

Finding cool gifts for the camera bug in your life might seem like an impossible task when you are trying to surprise and impress them. But, actually, finding affordable gifts for your photographer is easy to find online or in a physical store with a little specific searching. Please see the ideas below: One popular gift for a photographer is a monopod, a one-legged support for a camera. When you mount a camera on a monopod, you are lowering the center of gravity and that helps make better photos. A camera on a monopod will also help them take better photos at slower shutter speeds or with longer focal length lenses. A monopod cannot support a camera by itself, the photographer still has to hold onto the camera or monopod, but it’s still more steady than straight up holding a camera and trying to get good shots in low light without blur. Monopods are lighter and easier to carry than tripods. One amazingly useful gift if they are taking photos with their iPhone is the Power Purse, a wallet with a bui...

 


Find the Hidden Meaning Within a Gift of Jewelry

(NewsUSA) – In today’s day and age, it’s not enough to buy a nondescript bracelet or necklace for a loved one. Luckily, the perfect piece of jewelry is only a stone’s throw away. This holiday season, find a gem that has long been used to convey personalized messages. But how do you know what individual stones mean? Is amber appropriate for a niece or a grandmother? What about agate or turquoise? The following tips will help you find the perfect stone for any of your loved ones: - For a wife or girlfriend. Sapphire, which conveys sincerity and fidelity, makes an excellent choice for an engagement ring. The ancient Greeks associated emerald with Aphrodite, the goddess of love, so give emeralds to the woman who holds your heart. Garnet symbolizes loyalty, passion and love. In China, couples who become engaged exchange jade statues, which represent, longevity and good luck. - For a mother. Celtic and Greek mythology associates moonstone with the triple goddess (maiden, mother and cr...

 


Give Your Holiday Leftovers a Lift

Your leftovers don't have to be a reheated repeat of last night's dinner. You can take your leftovers in a whole new direction by thinking about them in a whole new way. It's a challenge to arrange your leftovers into a main course without getting bored, but it can be done. Let's take a look at how to serve up a follow-up meal with as much excitement as the first time around. Spicy Moves Trying to remake your leftovers into a main dish can seem pretty overwhelming at first. But, just like cooking a dish the first time, often the end result depends on the spices and seasonings. Take a look in your spice cabinet and you'll probably see a dozen or more ways to perk things up again. Open your refrigerator and look at the different mustard, salsas, hot sauces, vinegars, and other ingredients that can add new life to your leftovers. Leftover green bean casserole can be given a new Asian inspired direction. Heat with teriyaki, soy sauce, and maybe a little sesame oil, toss with bean sprouts and chopped water che...

 




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