DIY Coffee Gift Baskets
Homemade DIY Coffee Gift Basket Ideas For Any Gift Giving Occasion!
The hardest part about making your own homemade DIY coffee gift basket is deciding what type of coffee to include. Other than that, it’s super easy and your gift recipient will absolutely love what you put together for them.
When deciding on coffee for your DIY coffee gift basket, you first need to determine if you are going to include whole roasted coffee beans, ground coffee, or K cups. K cups are used primarily by people who use Keurig machines to brew their morning wakeup juice. If you are unsure as to what your gift recipient would prefer, go with the ground coffee, as everyone usually has a system for brewing that. Next, you’ll need to decide if you are going to include coffee that is caffeinated, decaffeinated, or a combination of both. And finally, you’ll need to decide on the coffee roast. Your choices are light roast, medium roast, dark roast, or espresso roast. Most people prefer dark roast or medium roast for their daily coffee.
There are literally thousands of options available for inclusion in your DIY coffee gift basket. So many choices can be a bit overwhelming. Well, fear not, because we came up with a great a-la-carte selection of items that you can purchase directly from Amazon to create your own unique DIY coffee-themed gift basket. We’ve included highly-rated selections at various price ranges to allow you to accommodate your budget, while still allowing you to create a coffee gift basket your recipient will love! Of course, you don’t have to go with our selections, we are merely presenting you with some items typically included with this gift basket theme! You can find many of these items at your local store as well. Just keep in mind, that you will need to keep any perishable items that you buy refrigerated until you present the gift.
For your convenience, we’ve broken out the basket items by category to make it easy for you to build your DIY coffee gift basket. Just select one or more items from each category, add a few of your own unique product touches, and within minutes, you’ll have everything you need to create a coffee gift basket that will rival anything you can purchase from the over-priced gift basket companies. Please note that some items are in multiples, which is helpful if you are creating multiple DIY gift baskets with the same, or similar theme.
DIY homemade coffee gift baskets make great gifts for people of all ages, and they make great birthday gifts, housewarming gifts, Father’s Day gifts, Mother’s Day gifts, thank you gifts, and more.
Let's Start Creating Your DIY Coffee Gift Basket!
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Begin by Selecting Some Coffee
A DIY coffee gift basket would just be a basket without the coffee! We recommend ground coffee but if you want to search for whole beans or K cups, you can just see if the various brands also provide these options. Many coffee brands do provide all 3 options.
Next Let's Add a Couple of Coffee Mugs
Sure, everyone already has coffee mugs, but they always appreciate getting more. And you can't have a DIY Coffee Gift Basket without including them. Seriously, no one enjoys drinking coffee out of their hands! Of course there are thousands of coffee mug choices at all different price ranges. We just selected a few below to give you some ideas.
Time to Sweeten Up the Pot! (or the cup)
Some people really like to add sugary syrup to their coffee (just ask Starbuck's).
A DIY Coffee Gift Basket Without Chocolate is just plain nonsense!
The Daily Grind
An inexpensive coffee grinder always adds a nice finishing touch to any DIY coffee Gift Basket. It makes the whole basket presentation look like you knew what you were doing...even if you didin't.
Baskets and Fill Material
If you need baskets and fill material, we recommend heading over to your local Dollar Store if you have one in the neighborhood or within the general vicinity. You might also have some luck at Walmart or Target. Amazon also has a wide variety of baskets in various, shapes, sizes, and materials.