The­mat­ic gifts

Choosing gifts for the kitchen

The sea­son of hol­i­days is on the nose, many peo­ple are prob­a­bly “puz­zling over” what to give to rel­a­tives and friends. What to give to sin­gle peo­ple is not a ques­tion, but when it comes to fam­i­ly friends, you have to think. The option “some­thing for the house” is quite appro­pri­ate. In the arti­cle will talk about what prac­ti­cal gifts are suit­able for the kitchen.

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If rely on the knowl­edge and super­sti­tions of our ances­tors, then only forks and spoons could not be brought in hon­or of the cel­e­bra­tion, and the lat­ter re con­sid­ered an excel­lent present for a long time, espe­cial­ly if it was not just a spoon, but paint­ed or made of pre­cious met­al. But over time, the spoon was also attrib­uted to unwant­ed sou­venirs, because they believed that if it was made with bad thoughts, then there would be a prob­lem with food in the house. A spoon can be giv­en only for the “first tooth” of a child, in oth­er cas­es it is bet­ter to refrain from such a sur­prise.

As for forks, they, like knives, nee­dles and scis­sors, are asso­ci­at­ed with evil spir­its, it is believed that it lives on sharp objects. There­fore, forks will bring quar­rels to the fam­i­ly.

If such items re hand­ed to you, then do not rush to sar at the donor or throw them in the trash, just pay off the present by giv­ing some pen­ny, so it is believed that you will pay off the evil spir­its.

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An excel­lent present can be:

  • ser­vices;
  • kitchen sets;
  • cups;
  • tureens;
  • plates;
  • mix­ers;
  • aprons;
  • var­i­ous food proces­sors.

These gifts are per­fect for any cel­e­bra­tion, be it a birth­day, anniver­sary, New Year or even a dding.

But it is worth remem­ber­ing that when buy­ing such equip­ment, it is nec­es­sary to inspect the item for the absence of chips and oth­er kinds of dam­age. It is believed that such cracks rep­re­sent scan­dals. And if you present such a ser­vice to a per­son, then his life can rad­i­cal­ly change, not for the bet­ter.

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Every­one wants his sur­prise to be the most orig­i­nal and use­ful, so that the host­ess of the house will def­i­nite­ly like it. In this case, you should pay atten­tion to the pres­ence of such uten­sils in peo­ple, they def­i­nite­ly do not need a sec­ond exact­ly the same unit. When choos­ing this machine, focus on its func­tion­al­i­ty and pay atten­tion to:

  • por (the high­er the por, the less time it will take to cook food);
  • addi­tion­al noz­zles (on their quan­ti­ty and qual­i­ty, here already focus on your bud­get and price-qual­i­ty ratio);
  • bowl capac­i­ty (please note that the work­ing vol­ume of the bowl is small­er).

creative gift

If you have def­i­nite­ly decid­ed that a present for the kitchen should cer­tain­ly be cre­ative, but you con­sid­er the dish­es to be a too banal gift, you can remem­ber that the best gift is a hand­made one. What can you do with your own hands for the kitchen?

  • Hot stand from jute or dense rope, which can be a great addi­tion to the inte­ri­or.
  • Kitchen orga­niz­er (stand for knives, forks, cans, boards), for its man­u­fac­ture you can use a vari­ety of mate­ri­als — thick card­board, wood­en box­es, cans and much more.
  • Top­i­ary. Flors and trees have always been an adorn­ment of any home, but there is not always time and desire to take care of them, then such a sur­prise will appeal to the birth­day per­son. Top­i­ary — a small tree made by hand for room decor.
  • Tray. You might think, what is unusu­al here, a tray can be bought every­where. But what if it is made more ver­sa­tile and unusu­al? For exam­ple, a board-tray will save space in the kitchen and per­form 2 func­tions at once.
  • Much more using a vari­ety of mate­ri­als: tooth­picks, stones, wine corks and even pas­ta.
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How to give?

When you have decid­ed on a gift, bought it or made it your­self, you need to fig­ure out how to present it. It must be remem­bered that “they are met by clothes.” You can take the present to a place where they spe­cial­ize in gift wrap­ping or do it your­self using wrap­ping paper, foil, or just a beau­ti­ful card­board bag.

If you want to present effec­tive­ly, you can come up with var­i­ous quests to unpack the prize.

In addi­tion to the foil gift wrap­ping, on which the pho­to of the hero of the occa­sion was glued, you can come up with tasks where you hid the gift, and in order to find it, you need to guess the rid­dle, com­plete the task. But it is worth remem­ber­ing that if the per­son who accepts the gift is not a fan of such events, then you should think of some­thing else so as not to spoil the hol­i­day and rela­tion­ships with each oth­er.

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If you have a hand­made gift, then try not to use banal gift pack­ag­ing, but, for exam­ple, put a tray board in a beau­ti­ful bag and tie heli­um bal­loons to it. When choos­ing balls, you should take into account the iden­ti­ty you are going for and the inter­ests of a par­tic­u­lar per­son. If you decide to give an apron, then an unmar­ried girl will have a cre­ative birth­day present if she removes it her­self from the donor.

Sou­venirs for the kitchen can be arranged into a com­po­si­tion, for exam­ple, swans can be formed from kitchen tols and packed in a box, show­ing all your imag­i­na­tion. Peo­ple who know how to work with origa­mi can make more com­plex shapes. Engage in cre­ativ­i­ty for your own plea­sure, and then your home­made sou­venir will be the most orig­i­nal and inter­est­ing.

If the hero of the occa­sion is super­sti­tious, then he should not be pre­sent­ed with sharp objects — this can ruin the hol­i­day. When choos­ing dish­es, remem­ber that you need to check it for integri­ty. If your gift is hand­made, try to make it look pre­sentable. And remem­ber that the pat­tern (if any), as ll as gift wrap­ping, should match the cel­e­bra­tion.