I'm always trying to create interesting ways to wrap edible Christmas gifts. I think homemade cookies and breads are such an easy and heartfelt gift to give to neighbors and friends, don't you? Today, I want to share with you a few fun ways to package your Christmas baking gifts this year. Then, scroll to the bottom of this post to see more Christmas gift wrapping ideas from my blogging friends & enter to win your own Tiny Prints goodies!
The Cookie Roll
You need: wax paper, wrapping paper (I used this adorable personalized paper from Tiny Prints), string, tape, and gift labels (I ordered these from Tiny Prints too)
Cut a piece of wrapping paper and one of wax paper that is big enough to wrap around the cookies and tie on each end.
Layer the papers (the wax paper against the cookies), wrap them around the cookies, and tie each end with some string. Pop a sticker label on and your cookies are ready to give!
The Bread Wrapper
You Need: wax paper, sticker labels (I used these cute antler labels from Tiny Prints), ribbon, tape, faux berries and wrapping paper.
Wrap your bread in waxed paper - like a gift!
Cut some wrapping paper large enough to wrap around the loaf and about 6" wide.
Tape the wrapping paper around your loaf, then tie some ribbon around it, pull some faux berries through the ribbon, and finish the whole thing off with a sticker label!
The Cookie Plate
You need: a cute paper plate, plastic wrap, ornament or tag (I used these sweet personalized ornaments from Tiny Prints), ribbon and greenery.
This one's a classic no-brainer, but I still love it! Put the cookies on a plate, wrap in plastic wrap, and embellish with the ribbon, greenery and ornament.
The Cookie Bag
You Need: Kraft paper, sticker labels, sewing machine.
Cut the kraft paper into a rectangle and round the top edge if desired. Fold it as shown, and stitch around the perimeter to secure.
Happy Christmas gift-giving! (I also included my cupcake in a jar idea below and you can find that tutorial and free printable right here).
Which Christmas baking packaging is YOUR favourite?
Now it's time for some more Christmas wrapping ideas from my blogging friends!
From left to right, they are:
Mini Wreath Gift Tags for Christmas by Satori Design for Living
Stationery Gift Box Set by Fynes Designs
Traditional & Festive Gift Wrapping Ideas by A Pretty Life in the Suburbs
Christmas Gift Wrapping Ideas with Personalized Paper by The Happy Housie
Tiny Prints Wrapping Ideas by City Farmhouse
Using Wrapped Gifts as Christmas Decor by Craftberry Bush
How to Wrap Your Christmas Baking by The DIY Mommy
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Love the stickers you used on the fold-over envelope!
Super clever ideas! I love the envelope, it is so cute, I;ll be using that one for sure!
Love these ideas, Christina!! Such a pretty way to gift such a heart-felt homemade item!! Super pretty:)
Love the personalized gift tags!
How fun!! I adore the sewn packages and your wrapping for the loaf! Very pretty!
I was just looking for some ideas how to wrap some Christmas cookies up, problem solved 🙂
I will gladly take any of them- yum! Super cute wrapping ideas!
I love the chalked cheers wrapping paper!
I love the Lithe Laurel custom stamp from Tiny Prints - beautiful! Thank you for this giveaway
Love the Classical Initial - 10 x 14 Metal Prints: White Metal Prints
I really love their flat glass prints. Such great items!
I really like the notepads, especially the floating ideas one!
I love the Scripted Sentiments Christmas ornaments from Tiny Prints.
I think the mounted photos always look so nice. Especially a big size like the 20x16!