Step 1: Collect your gift basket items. To make it even more inexpensive, shop your local sales and use coupons from your Sunday paper, or coupons.com. The products I used:
Air Wick air freshener spray
Clorox Toilet Bowl Cleaner
Glass Plus glass cleaner
Dawn dish detergent
Cotton scented candle
Step 2: Find a basket big enough to hold and display your items. Luckily, I had one on hand but you can find pretty and inexpensive baskets at Michael's, Hobby Lobby, or even yard sales.
Step 3: Line the bottom of the basket with tissue paper. I used white, but you can customize it with any color.
Step 4: Find shredded paper confetti to use at the bottom of the basket. I made this gift around Easter time so I was able to find it at Walmart for about $1.
Step 5: Fill the bottom of the basket with confetti.
Step 6: Arrange all of your items in your gift basket so everything is visible.
Step 7: Gather the supplies to wrap your gift basket. I found this kit at Walmart for $3 in the craft section. It included 2 cellophane gift basket bags, glue dots, gift tags, 2 gift bows, and extra shredded paper confetti. You can use the glue dots to glue any of your items in place in the basket if you are having trouble getting it to stay displayed.
Step 8: Gather the cellophane at the top of your basket, it helps if you have someone else do it that way you can get the bow around it to be tight and secure.
Step 9: Tie your bow and gift tag at the top.
Step 10: Admire your finished product!