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BREAD BASKET TOP 40 by Gail H.
BREAD BASKET SALE '04 by Judi A.
Posted by: Mary Hastings
Here's a few I have compiled & also added to:
• Makes a beautiful gift for your friends & family who love Longaberger!
• Fill with berries or a votive candle
• Perfect for coloring Easter eggs
• Serves pats of butter or individual portions of sauces and dips
• Great for baby food & small leftovers
• Just the right size for a scoop of ice cream-top w/a peppermint stick!
• Serve up little brownie sundaes
• Use with lemon & water as a finger bowl for messy entrees
• Fill with holiday cookie sprinkles & decorate your cookies in style!
• Perfect price (2 for $16) for gift giving. Keep them together or split them up for 2 gifts!
• Tie up a bowl filled with holiday candies with netting or tulle for a cute hostess gift!
• Just right for baby’s food
• Use with our Serve it Up! Hostess Serving Tray--it fits in the little round center portion of the divided protectors. Remember, now anyone can purchase our Hostess products anytime at full price. When you are the hostess of a home or book show, you may purchase the same item at half-price.
• Works with all Woven Traditions Original and Solid-Colored Dinnerware
• Fits perfectly in the center of our Divided Relish Plate
• Fill with holiday sprinkles--perfect size for cookie decorating chores!
• Great for controlled portions when you are dieting (if you can resist refilling it!)
• Store your rings, bracelets, or watch when doing dishes or showering
• Nice potpourri bowl.
• Hold soaps in the guest bathroom.
• Individual servings of dip.
• Use a few to hold taco toppings: shredded cheese, diced tomatos, sour cream, onions, etc.
• Small Crock lid fits perfectly!
compiled by Mary in IL
Use in the kitchen to hold kitchen shears, scissors, string.
Use large one by the door for those sawed off umbrellas.
Use as a Christmas stocking and either purchase
a brass basket splint with the person’s name on it, or purchase an Ivy or
Paprika liner and have it monogrammed with name on it.
Hang it in your car as a waste basket
Hang it next to a fireplace with the long matches in it.
Tip it on it's side and use it for putting practice! ( looks like a golf hole)
Use in the Laundry Room to hold a roll of fabric softener.
Use for long tapered candles.
Stack all your Christmas ribbon in it -without a protector and then feed the ribbon out through the splints for easy wrapping.
TWENTY NINE CROCK USES
Combo’s for Pottery and Baskets
Denise Butterfield,Independent Longabergerâ Consultant
1 stackable bowl fits in the medium berry basket
use the stackable bowl under the flower pot
10 inch generations holds salad bowls or 1 quart casserole
14 inch generations holds dinner plates, 8 mugs, or 2 quart casserole
1 medium mixing bowl and 1 recipe protector fits in the small gathering or pantry
1 large mixing bowl and 1 spring protector fits in the medium gathering
1 small mixing bowl, 1 small teaspoon protector, and 1 small key protector fits in the pie basket
2 mugs fit in the small loaf serving solutions
2 small flower pots fit in the small loaf serving solutions
1 small covered dish and 1 medium berry protector in the bread basket
1 small mixing bowl and 1 medium berry protector in the bread basket
the relish tray fits on top of the large fruit basket
small pasta bowl fits on top of the darning basket
1 small loaf dish fits across the long tissue basket
3 small flower pots on the wood riser fits in front of the bookkeeper basket
1 stackable bowl fits in the button basket with the button brick
2 small mixing bowls and 2 teaspoon protectors fit in the pie basket
2 flower pots fits in the round section of the serving tray 10-way protector
1 cake divider in the medium gathering with pie plate on top and 1 spring protector
Pie plate will fit on top of large mixing bowl
The lid of the 2 quart casserole fits on top of the pie plate
Here are some ideas for using the five Shelf Stand in several different rooms in your home. You’ll see suggested uses for each shelf, as well as other baskets you can use on those shelves. Maybe this will inspire you to come up with some great ideas of your own! If so, please share and I’ll add them to my handout!!
v Top shelf - Pie Plate w/pillar candle surrounded by potpourri; Small spoon basket w/pens, scissors, markers
v 2nd Shelf - Darning basket w/4way div protector - for clips, rubber bands, stickers, rubber stamps; Tea basket w/ PC diskettes
v 3rd Shelf - Bread basket w/ envelopes, note cards and stamps
v 4th shelf – Address or Recipe basket used for addresses; oregano basket used for business cards
v 5th shelf - 9x13 baking dish used as in-box
v TOP – Recipe; Tea with a small plant and a Yankee candle
v 2nd-Serving Solution with 9x13 casserole for fresh fruit
v 3rd-Darning with paper plates; Spoon for plastic ware
v 4th-Bread with rolled placemats
v 5th-Market turned on side for cookbooks; Magazine on floor beside shelf (add two large spoon protectors for onions/potatoes)
v Top Shelf: Tea with divided protector - Antique spools in one side and plant in the other; Oregano - Colored markers
v 2nd Shelf: Bread Basket - Embossing tools
v 3rd Shelf: Recipe Basket - craft cards/ index cards with instructions; Spoon Basket – scissors
v 4th Shelf: 9x13 Serving Solutions Basket - Scrapbooking papers
v 5th Shelf: 9x13 Serving Solutions Baking Dish - Hot glue gun/glue sticks
v 1st Shelf - Bread basket to hold sponges/liquid soap
v 2nd Shelf - Serving Solutions basket to hold makeup
v 3rd Shelf - Parsley Basket to hold q-tips and cotton balls and Tea Basket to hold Dad’s deodorant and cologne
v 4th Shelf - Baking Dish - rolled/folded hand towels/washcloths/wet ones
v 5th Shelf - Recipe Basket for essentials; Market Basket on floor with bigger towels rolled inside
I have been enjoying all the wonderful ideas on the Vine lately. Thanks to
Becky and everyone for all of your wonderful ideas that make my business
better and so much fun! This idea sheet for the Pasta Bowl was handed out at
my branch meeting.
Pasta Bowl Possibilities 12 Months a Year
Serve your favorite stew or chicken pot pie in this wonderful dish. Remember
it is oven safe!
Nothing is more romantic than candlelight. Float candles in this bowl - used
either as a centerpiece for a romantic dinner for two, or sitting on the side
table in the bathroom as you soak in the tub, it helps create a wonderful
Fill with small shamrock plants to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Or, for a
really novel idea, serve pasta and your favorite sauce on it!
Piled high with colored Easter Eggs nestled on Easter Grass, it is sure to
please the Easter Bunny.
Spring has sprung. Float spring flowers in this shallow vase.
At the graduation buffets this is the perfect dish for large salads or bags
Show your patriotism by setting the Large Pitcher filled with flags inside
Cool off with ice cream sundaes. Serve the ice cream balls from the Pasta
Bowl. Remember it can go in the freezer so the ice cream can be scooped out
Back to school with a Pasta Bowl loaded with red, yellow and green apples.
Set the Pasta Bowl on entry way table filled with candy for "trick or
Overflow with pumkins, gourds, Indian corn, leaves, nuts - whatever you
imagine to make a harvest centerpiece.
Mounded high with bright colored ornaments with sprigs of baby's breath and
greens tucked in between, it is a beautiful yuletide decoration.
All Year Long
Use in the barthroom with fingertip towels and pretty soaps.
Set a pillar candle in the center and surround with potpourri.
Serve your favorite trifle dessert in it.
Medium Market Uses
Here is a list of uses that was created for the Founder's Basket, but it will
work now too!
I am sorry I don't know who to give credit to. I think I will change the "S" one to Sunday school uses or "C" for church uses, depending on who I mail it to. Great way to inspire hostesses for the Bonus. Carolyn Hash, B.A.
Medium Market ABC's
Use your Medium Market Basket in any room in the house, from the kitchen for potatoes & onions to the bath for tub toys to the family room for fireplace kindling to the laundry room for keeping unmatched socks
In the morning fill the basket with diapers, wipes, clothing changes, toys, favorite books, etc. to keep you from running up and down the steps all day long.
Great for coloring books, drawing paper. Use with the Pantry Basket on top for crayons, markers, colored pencils. Or use to store your craft paints, ribbons, brushes, glue gun, etc.
Wonderful to fill in the evening with the next day's errands - mail, banking,
prescriptions, grocery lists, etc. Carry it with you in the car and as you go
through your day, drop in all those little things that you picked up. Take in
the house and leave on the counter until things are quiet, go through and
distribute items, put in the next day's doings. A portable in/out basket.
During the warmer months, your Medium Market Basket looks wonderful in front of the fireplace with an arrangement of seasonal flowers. During the colder months, fill with pinecones and a string of mini lights for a warm glow.
Holds file folders for monthly bill paying, taxes, school papers, "tickle file", etc.
Hate those plastic baskets in the stores? Buy too much when you use a cart? Shop in style. Use your Medium Market Basket to carry your milk, eggs, bread, cookies, all those things you just "run in" to get. Good for the environment and no slippery plastic bags to mess with.
Make yourself a "Handy Hanna" basket. Store screwdrivers, hammer, pliers, flashlight, scissors, wrenches, picture hangers, etc. so that when you need a tool you don't have to dig through his tool box.
Doorbell ring? Mother-in-law call to say she's dropping by? Scoop all that counter clutter into your Medium Market Basket and POOF! No more clutter. Also great for keeping the coffee table clutter hidden, scoop clutter into basket, set basket under coffee table. POOF! No more clutter.
Pack with cleaning supplies and carry everything you need all in one place.
No more return trips to the supply closet to get a forgotten supply. Work
smarter not harder.
Keep bread, rolls, and buns all in one place. Great lunch packing center, with cookies, snack packs, chips, fruit, and sandwich bags for easy "kid access". Keep bags of cereal and oatmeal "kid reachable" for quick morning meals.
Makes it easy to lug those library books, videos, tapes, & puzzles back and forth. If you keep items in basket when finished with them, it's easy to find those books, videos, tapes, & puzzles when it's time to return them.
Keep child's first hair cut, lost tooth, mothers' journal, baby book, school pictures, birthday cards, their artwork, etc. in here. Don't keep a journal? Jot down date and cute thing child said or did today, tuck in basket. Someday you'll have a wonderful trip down memory lane.
Needles & Notions
Wonderful basket for keeping hand work all together. Keeps floss, needles, scissors, directions, and quilting supplies together. Going to be in the car for awhile? Just grab your basket and you have everything you need to continue working.
Carry your lunch, magazine, book, umbrella, make-up refresher kit, dress shoes, lunchtime errands, etc. all in style.
Carry everything you need for a quick picnic for you and the kids while on warm day errands. On a chilly winter evening, light the fireplace and pack a romantic picnic for two.
Have a special place just for you? Keep inspirational books, journal, pen & paper, potpourri, candles, anything that calms you in your Medium Market Basket. Can easily be taken with you to your favorite quiet quarters whether it is in a bubble filled tub, a corner of your bedroom, in the garden, or on the back porch.
Rest & Relaxation
Fill with bubble baths, soothing CD\rquote s, tapes, pampering creams, powder & lotions, for those R&R tub times.
Pack your Medium Market with sunscreen, a good book, some munchies, water
bottle, sunglasses, towel, and head for the beach or local pool.
Great for storing/toting kid's action figures, dolls, cars, trucks, blocks, zoo animals, toy soldiers, Legos, and anything else the kids play with.
Tired of those little things piled on the steps? Place your Medium Market
Basket at the bottom of the steps, during the day drop in those items that
belong upstairs and in the evening grab the basket and away you go. In the
morning bring it down with
the items that need to be downstairs. One Basket, One Trip!
In the bathroom use for extra toilet paper, magazines, washcloths, hand towels. In the kid's room use to keep bedtime books or keep their socks & undies where they can reach them.
Tired of searching for the hose, tights, knee-highs, slips and bras that are
shoved in back of the drawer? Keep these women's wear items in your Medium
Market Basket to keep them handier and neater.
Keep your workout videos, weights, and equipment all together.
keep them in a basket. Y-not
You work hard, you deserve it, you want it, You go girl!
Great resting spot for the Beanie Babies and other stuffed animals.
If these aren’t reasons enough………
Then give it as a gift!!!
For our open house we set a formal dining room table and casual kitchen table to show how well our LB dishes look both ways.
In the dining room we used a red and gold theme. We layered:
1) gold fabric placemat
2) red LB dishes, just the dinner plate
3) then a ruby colored cut glass salad plate with matching goblet (Wacamaw or Homegoods)
4) a gold organdy napkin (TJ Maxx) was folded and tucked in the goblet
5) on each plate we had a parsley basket with crochet liner, greens, a red berry pic, a ruby square of cardstock with the guests name in gold lettering and a pear tie-on tied to the handle.(We used the Xmas place setting at the Bee as our inspiration for the placecard baskets).
6) cups, saucers and bread plates were set on the buffet for dessert
This is so gorgeous and surprised many cutomers who wouldn't have thought to use the dishes in such a formal setting.
In the kitchen the theme was blue/white and snowmen. We layered:
1) a tablecloth of shades of blue and white plaid with snowflakes (Target)
2) navy blue ceramic chargers (Mikasa)
3) LB dinnerplates / blue
4) matching blue/white napkins in snowman napkin rings, set on top of each plate
5) cobalt blue goblets
6) Frosty Jr. as the centerpiece with Heartland darning and button baskets (no liners)
I have photos I would love to share, but honestly, I haven't a clue how to do that. If someone can post them for us, I'd gladly send you copies. Let me know email@example.com
I also just finished redecorating our master bath with botannical fields. Home Depot's Behr paints have a brochure on decorative paint techniques (Faux Finish Color Selector & Technique Guide) with samples showing what color paint combinations, glaze, and techniques to use. I sponged on the "rose/taupe" combo and it's great. There were several color combos that go so well with BF... ( my first choice was the sage green, but I've heard that's a bad choice in a room where you put on makeup).. I used the wallpaper border, Grand Botannical shower curtain and BF liners in all the baskets. I found ceramic leaf showerhooks with coordinating tumbler, soap dish and towels (Kohl's or Boston Store). This is an unbelievably easy print and color combination to work with. I love the look. Several customers at our open house are going to copy it !!
Snowman uses and ideas
This is from the Great Ideas list they gave us at the Bee.
I leave mine out all year, and I have both sizes. I bought the face and hat sets from Heart of Dresden and absolutely love them!!! They have snowmen, scarecrows, jack-o-lanterns, and Santas so far- but I hope more will come later in the year. Instead of the Frosty baskts, I use the generations baskets with OTE liners and lids on the snowmen. I used Christmas liners for the holidays, and am now ordering everyday liners to substitute. That way I don't have the color accents on the side for the off-season.
I also used the large snowman at a display I set up for our HOH Fundraiser. I put a silky, short-sleeved blouse on "her" and buttoned it part of the way down, then tied the tails together under the 1st shelf. I put a pretty straw hat over the snowman's hat, and tied a co-ordinated floral napkin around the neck. Then I displayed the different HOH basket and liner styles on the bottom shelf or beside the snowman on the table. It really looked cute for our HOH display.
Hope this helps!
· bills that need to be payed
· incoming mail until it can processed
· remote controls
· pens, pencils and notepaper
· business envelopes
· serve pretzel rods
· scrapbooking pens/scissors
· tapered candles
· fits on envelope rack
· nail polish
· jewelry & watches
· line up 3 small glasses with votives and put colored polished stones around the glasses to reflect the light [no protector or liner] stones in the bottom for weight and show
· add a few twigs of greens and place in the center of your table
· it's just the right size to hold folded flyers
· filled with bath goodies, soaps, salts, lotions, etc. on back of toilet
· cassette tapes
· desk "stuff " (a box of altoids, misc. tapes, neighbors keys,etc.)
· crescent rolls for dinner
· toothbrush, toothpaste, hair brush, Q-tips etc with an extra protector over top to keep clean
· catch all by the door for keys wallet and other small items
· C-fold paper towels in it
· keep a dozen eggs in it in the fridge
· baked Pillsbury cookies (slice and bake kind) look great in here
· as a nut dish when company comes
· pickles on a picnic table
· my son's swim team ribbons
· snack tray to bring with when escaping the hustle and bustle of life
· fresh cut lavender
· warm rolls
· hold many bookmarks
WITH DIVIDER AND DIVIDED PROTECTORS
· hold tea bags and Equal packets/sugar packets
· lemon wedges on one side and sugar and sweetener packets on the other
· one side for small post-it notes and tabs and the other side for "sign here" and "initial here" tabs
· a dresser-top catch-all; beeper and wallet in one side, change and keys in the other
History- J.W. made especially for Bonnie for their anniversary to carry her yummy cakes in to local socials. Sold by Dave & Grandfather Gist from a pickup truck in the Dresden area. This is G'ma Bonnie's favorite of J.W's original collection.
· delivering cookies and bread to neighbors
· packing two pies-one under the riser one on top
· a salad bowl with the protector inside
· holding extra kitchen dish towels
· carrying a picnic lunch for two
· carrying a cheesecake with an ice pack under the riser and the lid on top-keeps the cheese cake cold for hours
· snacks and juice boxes in the car
· a last minute hiding spot for junk on the counter
· carrying bits and pieces out to the car (I threw in my purse, keys, mail, daughters juice, driving directions, a book for a friend, spare diapers, etc)
· 24 cupcakes or other snacks/treats to school
· have a class of students sign one and give it to the teacher
· have a family sign one for the bride and groom, or grandkids sign one for grandma
· pass out Halloween or Christmas treats
· hold party favors
· punch bowl
· Bill/Mail Basket
· sample size shampoo, conditioner, lotion, soap, etc. as well as razor blade, nail file, etc.
· carry quilts pieces...to work on
· great to carry "projects" and reading material to all those places where we find ourselves "waiting"
· fast food drink tray on bottom with food sitting on top - much easier to carry
· put 5 rolls of toilet paper in with the lid on top...on the floor of the bathroom
· Lg. Mixing Bowl -fill protector w/ice to keep cold
· Carry casseroles easily
· flower pot in center filled with dip & surround w/veggies
· Paint the riser w/ a checkerboard pattern, Throw in a bag of checkers - great travel gift
· Napkin as a liner (tucked in to the corners)
· Napkin as a lid (tucked in to the corners)
· Liner inverted to a lid (pull up from center and secure with a ponytail holder)
· Tuck 2 napkins in to divide the basket in two
· Folding 4 napkins to make 4 pockets and insert 4 sm spoon protectors or 4 deli containers
· table linens
· Picnic time! Fill 2 small spoon protectors with your favorite deli salads, the spring protector with 15 pieces of fried chicken and tuck in plates, napkins and plastic ware and you have an easy to carry meal to take to the next "concert-in-the-park". Place the pie protector upside down on the top and you will keep all the flying critters off of your dinner
· on top of the fridge with a selection of after-school snacks
· breads, rolls, muffins etc with or without the lid
· an overnight case
· toiletries for vacations
· a big potato chip basket with different dividers for parties
· cross stitch items & supplies.
· Nintendo 64 along with the controllers and a couple of games
· I use mine to keep dog & cat toys in
· great for keeping craft projects together
· Holds a set of sheets in the bedroom
· Rolled up towels and toiletries in the guest bathroom
· chips with dip in pie plate (or another pottery piece)
· carry a standard crockpot with spoons and hot pads tucked in beside
· a potluck basket - put the plates and tableware under the riser and the carry in dish on top
· hats, scarves, gloves and mittens
· on top of upper kitchen cabinet as storage for rarely used utensils
· carry a cake
· portable baby changing area (diapers, wipes, A&D, etc)
· carry toys or books for child in car
· store towels and washcloths in linen closet
· without riser
· 4 Sm Spoon to serve different salads/organize silverware
· 2 sm spoon & 1 spring
· 2 sm purse
· 1md berry/1 tea/1 cracker/top with 1 level of sewing prot. with riser
· 3 cracker
· remote controls and a TV Guide
· gift basket...filled with shredded paper and customized for the receiver: bath products...notecards, pens and stamps...rubber stamps and ink pads...baby powder, rattles, bibs, etc.
· What about an autograph basket? Each weave can be signed with an indelible ink pen...for a young teen to commemorate a birthday party ~ cards and mementos can be kept in the basket...for a teacher (signed by each of her students) at the end of the school year...as a farewell gift (signed by neighbors or co-workers)...at a baby or wedding shower signed by guests
· (wedding or baby shower cards may be kept in the basket to remind the recipient of the occasion).
· Correspondence basket ~ keep cards and letters which need to be answered in the basket. Neat and tidy on a desk!On the fill with flatware rolled in napkins
· fill with pretty tapers tied with ribbon or aromatic votive candles to create a "You light up my life!" gift...for a friend...as a thank you.
· Present it to a mom-to-be as a "guest basket" to take to the hospital when the baby is born. Each relative and friend who visits the baby may sign the basket. Take a Polaroid of the visitor holding the baby and keep them safely tucked away in the basket. Don't forget to have doctors and nurses sign the basket, too!
· Church basket ~ for a young child. Fill with small books and quiet toys (stuffed animals) to keep little ones happy and occupied during the service.
· liquid soap and hand lotion
· hair care products - brushes, combs, gel, mousse, hairspray and hair ties
· Basket for teacher gifts, especially with the new tie-on. Have the kids sign the weaves and include notes from them to the teacher in the basket.
· Use to carry lunch or a few snacks as you run errands
· A coupon basket for the grocery store. Will hold your checkbook, too. It is an easy one to grab since the handle is so high.
· a plant
· take rented videos back to the store so they do not slide all over the car and under the seats
· Do you have to walk to your mailbox? Put outgoing and some incoming mail in it
· A bottle of wine will fit nicely inside on an angle!! (skinny "regular" bottles, not fat ones)
· nail care products - clippers, nail polish and emery board
· spare change
· sticky note pads and other goodies I let my show hostesses pick from
· hair clippers and attachments
· Bridesmaids baskets
· place a continental style breakfast in it
· Candles, matches, snuffer
· Dried Flowers
· Pot Holders
· Afterschool Snacks
· Hot Chocolate Packages
· Packages of Oatmeals or Cereals
· Microwave Popcorn
· Notepads and Pens
· Thank you notes
· Xmas Cards
· Cotton Balls or Q-Tips
· Doll Clothes
· Church Carry All
· Car Carry All for the Kids
· Silverware for Buffets
· Candies and Snackies
· Pet snacks
· Pet Brush or Leash
· Highlighters and Markers
· Receipts for the Month
· Bingo Doppers
· facial skin care products
· coffee filters
· Christmas cards as they come in
· basket with 3 differnt decks of cards, Uno, Phase 10 and regular deck and a tablet and pen in the basket for scorekeeping
· 3oz paper cups
· soap with pump dispenser and hand lotion
· perfume or men's cologne
· Baby items, rattles and pacifiers
· Holds those long fire place matches
· Hot cocoa packets, gravy and seasoning packets
· Pens, pencils, rulers, and scissors
· folded napkins on one side and utensils on the other for parties
· vitamins or pills
· baby's room with powder/lotion
· car with cell phone/car adapter
· bathroom with fancy fingertip towels
· by the pool with extra sunscreen, bee-sting kit, magnifying glass, bandaids, chapstick, and tweezers!
· I use mine for my bottles of Bath and Body Works bubble bath, razor, and shaving cream. My old-fashioned bathtub is centered in front of a window so my candle basket sits on the windowsill.
· a small fabric country stuffed doll sitting on one endof the basket and on the other end a small sprig of ivy or greenery
· put 2 or 3 taper candles protruding out of the basket
· A small doiley is cute also just draped over the side of the basket
· rolled washcloths, a disposable shaver, and my favorite Bath & Body scented gel inside and stays by my whirlpool tub.
· bathroom with toothpaste, toothbrush and liquid soap
· use it for Candles Matches, a Flashlight & Batteries
· Timers for our lights when we are on vacation
· Baby Supply basket w/ Vaseline, diaper rash ointment, etc.
· small flower pots on both sides
· bread sticks and a dip
· long carrot or celery pieces and a dip
· Purchase a screw on lamp adapter (Lowe's, Menard's and Specialty stores carry them) screw on the adaptor and insert a 60 watt light bulb, add a cute lamp shade to fit your decor, and a beautiful basket lamp is the result.
· Two rolled up hand towels and one wash cloth in the bathroom
· Two rolled up dish towels and one dish cloth in the kitchen
Stampin' scissors and stuff
Bottle of dishwashing liquid and scrubbies next to kitchen sink.
· Bottles of cologne and/or lotion
· Men can use to hold their wallet, keys, spare change
· Great for a gift filled with bath stuff
· coupons, labels from soup cans, take-out menus, etc...
· reading glasses and tissues on the nightstand by your bed
· single packets of ketchup and mustard and mayo for a picnic or BBQ
· perfect for hiding these "personal" items with it's ample depth and width
· I also have a client that purchased one for her elderly mother to attach to her walker to carry things from room to room
· One of my first baskets was the Cracker Basket. I
use it in my office, and have carried it around to the
different places that I have worked. I do drafting, so
I leave the basket next to my computer. It holds my
drafting pencils, highlighters, drafting brush (fits
perfectly), rubber bands, and a small calculator.
· I keep the Cracker Basket on my kitchen counter to
keep our keys in and any mail that needs sent out. It
holds letters perfectly.
· In the fall/winter I fill my Cracker Basket with a
variety of flavored packets of instant hot chocolate
and cappuccino. Stick in some old-fashioned candy
sticks to use as stirrers (peppermint and butter rum
are good ones).
· I have my basket on my kitchen counter. This looks
inviting to anyone stopping by my home.
· We keep our Cracker Basket on the table next to my
husband's recliner. It is perfect for holding several
remote controls as well as an ink pen or two
for taking messages during the big game!
· One of my clients bought the Cracker Basket
w/divided protector to use on her desk to hold
diskettes. She said it works great!
· I was recently married and my husband and I live in
a very small apartment. I had no where to hang the
Christmas cards that we had received from our family
and friends so I placed my Cracker Basket on my buffet
table with the cards neatly placed in them. This way I
can read them throughout the day!!! It looks great as
a centerpiece on my buffet table!
· I use it to hold a Small Sugar Bowl, tea bags, equal
packets and envelopes of hot cocoa...all I need to add
is boiling water, Longaberger mugs and some cream for
an easy hot beverage center!
· I use the Woodcraft Divider, and I put the
Longaberger Sugar Bowl on one side and the creamer on
the other side. It fits better without the protector
and just a liner.
· I use the Cracker Basket w/divider on my kitchen
counter. My husband and I each have our own side to
hold our keys, cell phones and his wallet.
· I use the my Cracker Basket with protector to hold
all of the various remote controls in our living room.
It keeps them organized and all in one location.
· I use the Cracker Basket with divided protectors as
my cat's food and water dish. Wet food in one side and
water in the other side. Everybody shakes their heads
when they walk into my house and see it. Someone said
"Now that's a Yuppie cat!" I use the Bread Basket with
2 medium berry protectors for a dog's food and water
· I used several cracker protectors in my bathroom
drawers to neatly organize the nail clippers that
usually get lost in the bottom of the drawer, Q-tips &
combs. I also used Cracker protectors to organize
combs/brushes & toothpaste/toothbrushes. It works
· I keep the Cracker Basket on my kitchen counter and
it holds my large salt & pepper shakers, vitamins, and
seasoning salt for easy access. I have three in my
cupboard for separating my silverware. (spoons, forks,
· My sister stores her vitamins in it and keeps it on
the bathroom counter top. Looks cute!
· It sits on my coffee table with the remotes in it,
at least we always know where they are.
· I use my Cracker Basket to hold cassettes next to my
CD and cassette player.
Anne in VA
1. Takes the utensil mess out of the drawer and adds beauty and
functionality to your kitchen counter.
2. The perfect size for fresh flowers you bought for yourself at the store
since HE won't buy you any.
3. A great way to safely store all those artist brushes, scrapping scissors
4. The great debate: it fits in this year's Pumpkin Patch basket perfectly!
5. $33.35 is a great gift price that comes in lots of colors to those who
have everything! Not to mention...all these boxed up crocks for presents
will stack up neatly until needed (Christmas or otherwise!) in a closet or
6. I have used my PC hand chopper in it several times to chop stuff up in-no
scratches and a great storage place for this and other PC gadgets (love
7. Take your rolled change into the bank with this great countertop change
8. Butter and flour the entire inside, bake a cake inside and either use the
unusual shape towards a hat shaped cake or slice to make individual sized
9. Serve your favorite chili or soup in!
10. Love the clambake idea as shown in the feature flyer!
11. Great for the homemade cookies that go so fast-you don't need a lid!
12. Set inside the freezer and then fill with ice just before the guests
13. Roast some chestnuts or pecans right in it and then place inside your
Pumpkin basket (or other basket) so you can pass them around to keep warm!
14. Fill with pinecones or your favorite potpourri after it has been
warmed....smells great in here!
15. The party table looks so much prettier when you serve ice cream inside
this crock vs the container....chilled in the freezer of course
16. Great housewarming gift filled with inexpensive wooden spoons/utensils,
a philodendron plant they can't kill if they tried, soaked floral foam
flower arrangement or a bottle of wine or sparkling cider
17. Don't know anything about pickling, but speaking of picnic-side pickles,
18. Grape, Cherry, Lime, Orange...pick out your own popsicle kids!
19. Good spot for the curling iron to cool off in so as not to burn little
one's fingers! Hey, what about all those hairbrushes?
20. One potato, two potato, three potato, four.....nice way to store
potatoes or onions (not together!) in a smaller family's pantry or serve and
keep them warm at the table!
21. Soak the prized shell and colored glass collection your children
collected for you at the beach....dry them off and set on the table so
everyone else can enjoy them too
22. Five crocks is a show of your own! Keep them for your own too! Buy one
of each color: Sage green for your Pumpkin Patch, Ivy/Paprika for the
holidays, Butternut goes great with the upcoming Falling Leaves liners for
Fall entertaining, Ivory and Cornflower to go with your Paprika crock for
the July 4th and Memorial celebrations......oops that's six! Oh....the
sixth is your half-priced selection!
23. Wouldn't hot apple cider taste better if served tableside in one of
24. How many corn on the cobs standing upright, all warm and buttery, do you
think fits inside?
25. Slice up peeled cucumbers really thin and soak overnight in a light salt
bath inside your crock. Pat dry and serve on bread spread with fluffy cream
cheese, cut in fours or use the Pepperidge farm little sandwich
breads...delicious cucumber sandwiches for a summer afternoon or for your
next Longaberger home show!
26. Cut fruit and those cute little melon balls stay nice and chilly fresh
inside your colorful crock!
27. Pre-roll your silverware inside the napkins for easy one-handed grabbing
at the buffet.
28. Standing upright, your garlic breadsticks or otherwise, look great in
this pre-warmed crock. Save the non-buttered rolls for your fabric-lined
-Holds paper plates without the Protector, use the Protector inverted to create a lid to keep dust-free.
-With Divided Protector to hold condiments, fruit, cookies, taco toppings, rolls or muffins.
-Holds 2qt casserole or 9” bowl.
-Fill Protector with ice and place bowl with dishes that need to stay chilled on top.
-Pie Plate will fit on top also.
-Family gift filled with mugs and hot chocolate packets, and marshmallows.
-Looks beautiful as a centerpiece with floral and or candle arrangement.
-Use Protector as a jell-o mold for a large family gathering.
-Use to hold your needle point projects.
-Fill with microwave popcorn, jujubes (Or other movie theater candy) and movie rental gift certificates for a fantastic family gift!
Hope this helps!! J
Becky in Ohio