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Create a heartwarming gift for the host

03-Nov-2017
Surprise your hardworking and gracious dinner host with these thoughtful gifts that go beyond the ordinary flower bouquet. The best part? These presents can be reused, so the memories will last a long time!
Close up of a boxed bread, jar with butter, and cutting board gift idea.
Close up of a boxed bread, jar with butter, and cutting board gift idea.
Cutting board with bread on a dining table.
1. Give a delicious, homemade breadbox. Save your host time and energy with this ready-to-serve gift. Make your own butter using herbs, spices, nuts and berries… or buy it already made (we won’t tell anyone). Add your favourite bread. These classic glass jars can be used again for bath salts or candy.
Close up of dried herb holder gift idea wrapped in cloth.
Dried herbs hanging on gifted rack with 5 hooks.
2. Create a decorative herb holder. Spoil the foodie host who is always busy spoiling others with this fresh gift idea. Gather fresh herbs and hang them with twine on a hook rack. Wrap the gift in any extra meter fabric you have. The hooks can even be reused for other kitchen tools.
Gift of grid frame hanging from a hook on a door.
Grid frame gift idea displayed with photos and cards on a wall.
3. Make a fun, decorative activity “calendar.” When the host is also a good friend, give them the gift of time with this personalized gift idea. Write down a planned activity (movie in March!). Clip it up on a frame as a decorative display, and add pics to make it personal. Use the frame to hang keys or notes!
We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.
Made by
Interior designer: Geneviève Jorn
Photographer: Micke Persson
Writer: Vi Cooper