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I am finishing up my Christmas gifts for this year, and had a few people left on my list to shop for. One of the people I wanted to get a gift for is a friend, who is an amazing 2nd grade teacher. She works so hard, and loves what she does, so I wanted to get her a gift basket that she could enjoy over the Christmas break.
I happen to know that she loves coffee and has a Keurig machine, so I decided to put together a K-Cup® Coffee Gift Basket!
If you have someone on your shopping list who would love to receive a K-Cup® Coffee Gift Basket, here is how I made it.
K-Cup® Coffee Gift Basket
- Dunkin’ Donuts® K-Cup® Pods
- Coffee Cup
- Candy or other Snacks
- A basket or container
This is a really easy gift basket to put together. Just grab your basket or container, put in some fake snow or crumpled tissue paper, and arrange the rest of the ingredients!
I am not inherently crafty, but giving gift baskets is an easy way to present an assortment of low-cost gifts that together make a really great present. I also love putting together gift baskets in reusable containers, so the recipient can have a cute basket to re-purpose once they use the goodies inside.
I picked up all of my ingredients for this K-Cup® Coffee Gift Basket at Walmart, to keep my costs low, and make sure I could pick up everything at one store.
Right now, you can find Seasonal flavors of Dunkin’ Donuts®! They have a variety of roasts, flavors and seasonal items that you can fill your K-Cup® Coffee Gift Basket with. Be sure to check out iBotta to grab a $1 off coupon for your next Dunkin’ Donuts® coffee purchase!
I also bought myself a couple boxes of Dunkin’ Donuts® K-Cup® Pods to keep in my kitchen for when guests visit over the holidays. It is an easy way to make guests feel welcome and comfortable in my home 🙂
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Dunkin’ Donuts® . The opinions and text are all mine.
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