10 Tips for Christmas Cookie Packaging
When giving edible gifts, it's all about the presentation. Try one, or all, of our easy (and inexpensive!) cookie packaging ideas this holiday season.
Cookie Packaging Ideas
Everyone enjoys receiving yummy food gifts during the holidays. Make your presents look as good as they taste with these easy, budget-friendly cookie packaging ideas.
Simply stated: Place cookies in glassine bags or wrap individually in cellophane, and tie with colorful ribbons.
Got Cookies?Pile a holiday mug or wide juice glass high with cookies, and remind guests that they can fill the glass with milk for dunking.
A Touch of ColorPackage cookies in small wooden boxes lined with colorful tissue paper.
Repackaging Done RightDress everyday items, such as recycled paper egg cartons or takeout boxes, with holiday decorations. Use colorful muffin liners to individually pack your Christmas cookies.
Cookie Wrapping PaperWrap cookies in wax paper, secure with a ribbon, and tie a cookie cutter to the ribbon.
Budget-Friendly PackingFill inexpensive containers (such as Mason jars) with cookies, seal tightly, and top with a bow. Or, put cookies in a paper bag, fold over the top, punch two holes, string ribbon through the holes, and tie a bow.
Tin TimeHeap cookies into inexpensive tins lined with tissue or parchment paper (retro tins with holiday scenes, galvanized tins, or red and silver tins).
Cookie JarsStack cookies in a colorful bowl, and wrap with cellophane. This way, you're giving two gifts in one.
Flea-Market FindsStack cookies onto a pretty saucer from a flea market, wrap with cellophane, and tie with a ribbon.
Goodie BasketLine a small holiday basket with napkins of your choice, and fill with cookies.
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