DIY Housewarming Gift Sets

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There’s been some shuffling in the neighborhood with great neighbors moving out and a couple equally wonderful neighbors moving in. I’ve never done much in the way of housewarming gifts before.  Usually it was a plant or some flowers from Trader Joe’s, but this time I felt I wanted to do something a bit more special. I, of course, turned to Pinterest for inspiration and threw together a couple versions of housewarming gifts I thought would fit these families and their new homes.

I got two 1-gallon cookie jars and a cute woven basket from Target.  In the jars and basket are different combinations of my favorite kitchen items.  Natural sponges, Meyers dishwashing liquid, Magic Erasers (they seriously can clean ANYTHING!) candles, JR Watkins room freshener, picture hanging sets, levels, natural scrubbers and dish cloths.

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DIY Housewarming Gifts
DIY Housewarming Gifts

 

My trusty husband wrote the tags, because his writing is MUCH better than mine, and I attached them to the gift sets with cute colorful twine (tags and twine from Jo-Ann’s).  

DIY Housewarming Gifts

I got a little carried away and each of these gifts ranged in price from about $20-$35.  I just thought it was all so cute together.  You could go with a smaller jar/basket and cut down on the amount of goodies in it to make it more cost effective, but I thought I’d do it up to make up for all my Trader Joe’s cheapies over the years.

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Do you have a favorite go-to housewarming gift?

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becky

I'm a part-time work from home, full time stay at home mom to two daughters and an Australian Labradoodle puppy. We are enjoying our last year before big girl school, playing with friends, swapping childcare to get the job done and getting crafty when we can fit it in. We live together in a wonderful community that we are truly thankful for and proud to be a part of. It takes a village and this is ours.