How Combining Two Baskets Doubles Your Income
What can you do with small baskets that no one seems to order? You stack it inside a larger basket. Find out how combining two baskets doubles your income.
Two is better than one
A huge bazaar I attend twice a year features hundreds of empty baskets that are available for sale.
I can’t help seeing what’s available even if I don’t need to buy any because, like you, I’m a basket lover.
Unique containers and other types of vessels are at this event, too. However, I visit the baskets first to see large and small vessels as well as interesting shapes that I know my customers love to give for every occasion.
Small baskets are always in view. You know the size I refer to — those tiny baskets big enough for just two or three items. People who don’t make gift baskets like us see that size as one to give away or throw away because they overlook the value. But we see it, right?
When creating gift baskets, as explained in a definitive article, these smaller vessels are perfect to place within a larger basket. It adds height, depth, and value to the design. You add a few products in the smaller basket while larger or heavier foods and gifts are placed in the large basket.
The above video provides some detail on this while videos in the Gift Basket Channel show in-depth design skills to create these one-of-a-kind masterpieces.
How combining two baskets doubles your income
It’s not necessary to have both baskets made in the same style to create this design.
You can select two baskets that complement each other without it being made in the same manner.
For example, a small square basket complements a large round one. A large oval basket pairs well with a small oval made differently than the larger basket.
Don’t be critical of the two-basket styling, especially when you begin teaming them together. Sometimes your mind tells you it won’t work.
Quiet your mind, and let your creativity expand and unfold to make dazzling designs that customers enjoy giving and recipients love receiving.
Here’s a five point list of why the two-basket gift is a dynamic part of your business.
1. Shows off your creativity.
2. Adds height to the design.
3. Increases your income.
4. Creatively uses small baskets.
5. Elevates you above competitors.
Which basket shapes will you put together for an upcoming occasion?