Packaging Sweet Treats for the Holidays

Packaging Sweet Treats for the Holidays

Packaging Sweet Treats for the Holidays

Packaging Sweet Treats for the Holidays

Packaging Sweet Treats for the Holidays

Packaging Sweet Treats for the Holidays

Packaging Sweet Treats for the Holidays

Packaging Sweet Treats for the Holidays

Packaging Sweet Treats for the Holidays

By now, I am sure all of you have realized that I love when it comes to the holidays and sometimes, I can get a little extra with my packaging. This is especially true when it comes to my baked goods. My favorite item to gift someone is something that is purely homemade and right from the heart. Last year, I started making White Chocolate Peppermint Fudge (click here) and I got a little more creative this year with the way I gift it.

I bought a ton of these take out containers from Amazon year ago and I love using them for baked goods. The insides are lined with a film that prevents it from leaking oils through. I still put a piece of wax paper because to me it just looks nicer. Once I have all my goods in the container, I seal it up and start wrapping some holiday ribbon.

This time of year, Michael’s already has all their holiday items out and that means spools and spools of ribbon to choose from. I let my daughter pick the one she liked and she picked these gorgeous candy cane ribbons. I would have done a ribbon a little thicker but this was her final decision. While I was at Michael’s, I saw this cute little set of baking tags. I switch it up every once in a while with that I accessorize my packaging with. These tags were cute and I also use those snowflakes that are ornaments. You know the ones with all the glitter that goes everywhere.

So after the goodies are in the boxes, the boxes are wrapped up with playful ribbon and they are accessorized with a hint of personality, they are ready to go. I can’t wait to see what people say about their sweet gifts. How do you guys package your baked goods for the holiday?

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