Ill admit it, I'm a ginormous fan of Christmas but you'll probably already have guessed that from my premature Christmas post that I did way back on the 13th where I embarrassingly already had my decorations up - yup I'm the annoying neighbor with Christmas lights in November. But, Besides from the standard Christmas razz-ma-tazz one of my favourite things about the month of December is the influx of hampers, there's just something about fancy foods being wrapped up in pretty packaging that just speaks to my inner Martha Stewert

Being a broke student I often resort to making my own hampers so when Betty's asked if I wanted one of their Christmas Hat Boxes I let out a little squeal, I felt so suave when it arrived. it's just so bloomin' fancy, 10 x better than my last minute bodge jobs. Also, It couldn't have arrived at a better time, I'm under so much stress with university lately so having a nice little hamper to dip into has been a real treat, thanks Betty's. 


  

Betty's Christmas Hat Box

 

The Christmas Hat Box is Betty's most popular hamper, so what's inside? Well well well, in this box of treasures there's a whole host of goodies including: a Christmas Chocolate Selection, a Christmas Cake Portion, Spiced Christmas Shortbread, Swiss Chocolate Shortbread, a Caramelised Onion Chutney, a Strawberry Preserve, Dark Chocolate Almonds, Milk Chocolate Fir Cones and Milk Chocolate Penguins.

I must admit the Penguins where my faves, they almost didn't make it in the photos as I had to quickly recuse them from my Fiancee, 'soz Pingu'! The box costs £75.00 so it's on the pricey side, the contents really speaks for itself though, it's all so lovingly packaged and thought out the illustrations on the box from Yorkshire artist Emily Sutton give it a really cute twist and make it feel personal. Betty's have a huge range of Christmas hampers available ranging in prices from £10.00 to £500 (damn that must be fancy) so there's something to suit any budget.



Ill admit it, I'm a ginormous fan of Christmas but you'll probably already have guessed that from my premature Christmas post that I did way back on the 13th where I embarrassingly already had my decorations up - yup I'm the annoying neighbor with Christmas lights in November. But, Besides from the standard Christmas razz-ma-tazz one of my favourite things about the month of December is the influx of hampers, there's just something about fancy foods being wrapped up in pretty packaging that just speaks to my inner Martha Stewert

Being a broke student I often resort to making my own hampers so when Betty's asked if I wanted one of their Christmas Hat Boxes I let out a little squeal, I felt so suave when it arrived. it's just so bloomin' fancy, 10 x better than my last minute bodge jobs. Also, It couldn't have arrived at a better time, I'm under so much stress with university lately so having a nice little hamper to dip into has been a real treat, thanks Betty's. 


  

Betty's Christmas Hat Box

 

The Christmas Hat Box is Betty's most popular hamper, so what's inside? Well well well, in this box of treasures there's a whole host of goodies including: a Christmas Chocolate Selection, a Christmas Cake Portion, Spiced Christmas Shortbread, Swiss Chocolate Shortbread, a Caramelised Onion Chutney, a Strawberry Preserve, Dark Chocolate Almonds, Milk Chocolate Fir Cones and Milk Chocolate Penguins.

I must admit the Penguins where my faves, they almost didn't make it in the photos as I had to quickly recuse them from my Fiancee, 'soz Pingu'! The box costs £75.00 so it's on the pricey side, the contents really speaks for itself though, it's all so lovingly packaged and thought out the illustrations on the box from Yorkshire artist Emily Sutton give it a really cute twist and make it feel personal. Betty's have a huge range of Christmas hampers available ranging in prices from £10.00 to £500 (damn that must be fancy) so there's something to suit any budget.

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