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Create a thoughtful housewarming gift with this free printable and ideas to create a welcome home gift basket from Elva M Design Studio

My older sister, a first-time homebuyer, recently moved into her new home with her two girls. I wanted to give her useful, and thoughtful, gifts to help her get settled into her new place.

Through a little research, I decided that a Welcome Home gift basket (or mop bucket in this case) was the way to go. 

I created these cute little chalkboard tags and circles to include on the gifts. I printed these out on white card stock and then secured the tags with bakers twine, and used double-sided tape to attach the circles to each item.  

Here’s what I included in the “Welcome Home” Gift Basket:

  • A fabulous bottle of gin (“Stock the Bar”)
  • A small bottle of champagne, because sometimes you just need a single serving (“Stock the Bar”)
  • Dark Chocolate (“Feed the Soul”)
  • Annie’s Mac & Cheese (“Feed the Kids”)
  • Night Lights (“Light the Way”)
  • Mr. Clean Magic Erasers (“Clean the Walls” // updated in the freebie to “Wipe the Walls”)
  • Command Hooks (“Hang Things” // you might notice the typo in the image, yikes! Don’t worry it’s been updated for you on the printable. Such a good reminder to slow down and proofread!)
  • Cleaning Product (“Sparkle & Shine”)
  • Mop bucket (“Mop the Floors”)
new home gift basket
Housewarming tags
Welcome Home Gift Basket for friends, family and new neighbors. Download the free printable at Elva M Design Studio.

I’m giving these away so download ’em and put your own housewarming basket together! 

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