If you’re looking for inspiring ideas for home, garden or food-related gifts, then it’s always well worth visiting Not On The High Street.com.
The Not On The High Street website is packed full of over 35,000 great product ideas, including a Home & Garden section that’s bursting with handmade, unusual and fun products sold by a range of small businesses.
For those hard-to-buy for gift recipients, some of the foodie gifts, which combine home and garden interests with edible treats, are a great solution to present buying woes and there are some lovely options available.
The Gardener’s Tuck Tin, for example, combines a large and practical allotment themed storage tin with some delicious nibbles and a tipple – there’s a choice of real ale or elderflower presse – and provides a product that will last for many years to come after the contents have been consumed.
The tin itself, with its sturdy handle and secure closures, is a great size to use for taking essential small items down to your allotment and there’s a handy sliding storage compartment in the lid to keep snacks safely stored away. It would also be a useful storage container for keeping plant seeds or bulbs in and we can see it gracing the shelf in a shed or garage.
The gardener’s tuck tins are sold by Whisk Hampers and contain crumby fudge, stilton biscuits and an alcoholic or non-alcoholic tipple, plus a signature tag with a mini whisk attached. They cost £36 each from the Whisk Hampers store on Not On The High Street.