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Gift Basket Design Book: Everything You Need To Know To Create Beautiful, Professional-Looking Gift Baskets For All Occasions Paperback – January 1, 2008
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Advice about supplies, gifts, and prepackaged food items
The best ways to assemble and enhance your creations
The most effective wrapping techniques
Unique container ideas, including boxes, bags, teacups, and more
Color photos of more than thirty completed baskets
A special chapter showcasing four professional designers and their most successful gift basket designs
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That said, I do have a criticism. While Ms. Frazier's instructions for arranging baskets are superb, I find that several of her finished products look a bit unprofessional. I believe the problem is two-fold. First, in some cases she has not selected ingredients with packaging that compliment each other, color-wise. Therefore, certain arrangements look bland versus cheerful. Second, in general, the pick embellishments (and some ribbons) do not look to be of good quality; do not share a common bond with each other or the gifts; and/or are skimpily placed. Usually, less is more but I believe the interior of her baskets would look more professional with an abundance of metallic shred, curled ribbon, ting ting and/or star sprays.
These comments are not intended to minimize the benefits of this book. The step-by-step photographed instructions are worth its price, alone. And if you have an eye for color and balance you can overcome the ingredient and embellishment issues. Plus, generously she has provided photos of baskets prepared by others that when studied will give insight into how to better embellish your baskets.