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That way you can avoid the letdown of having a drop shipped basket of sub par quality delivered with your name on it! For those who are stuck for time in the busy day to day of the gif we call life, making your own gift basket may not be something you have time for. Juggling a job, kids and family chores leave little time for deign and the logistics of getting all of the necessary things together to make a professional looking home made gift basket. For those that do have the time, you can save some money and put a little of yourself in there, to make your friends and love ones feel special. For those looking to save some money here are some basket design tips from the pros: Choose a Smaller Basket Bigger baskets cost more to fill and quickly run over your original budget Use Some Form of Filler You can find filler at the local dollar store for well, a dollar! You can even used multi coloured gift tissue paper to suit the basket. Blue for men and boys, pink for women and girls or less traditional neutral colours that are not gender associated for the whole family to enjoy! The Goodies This is the fun part, fill your basket with non perishable goodies if you are going the food route, Nuts and goodies can be bought in bulk and packaged at home. Generally bulk food stores have everything you could wish for from candies to nuts and all manner of chocolate goodies that can be included in your basket and not spoil quickly. Flavoured tea’s and coffees are also a hit these days, if your budget allows some great and diverse coffee flavours are available for the Keurig crowd, careful there this can get expensive in a hurry. There are plenty of shops that sell quality coffee pods at discount prices. Perfect for budget conscious gift givers. Jams are another tasty goodie to include in your gist baskets, if you happen to live in a rural area or some where that has a farmers market you are in business! 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An early winter means busy slopes filled with skiers and snowboarding enthusiasts, and welcome profits for ski country operators, there is a equal amount of Canadians that spend plenty of money for a fun in the sun beach vacation. This usually involves a long flight, not to mention long security and customs line ups in major airports across the country. Arriving for a flight at Toronto’s Pearson International airport can be taxi...

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