How to: wrap and present homemade gifts

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    Wrapping homemade gifts Easy Food

    The Easy Food team love planning, making, and delivering homemade gifts. Over the years, we’ve picked up a few tips on how to transport and pack them so that they arrive in mint condition!

    Wrapping ideas for homemade gifts

    Nuts and popcorn

    Now that you’ve whipped up chocolate and toffee popcorn, or spiced cashews, it’s time to bag them up! Go with a printable popcorn box, a cellophane bag, or a baker’s bag to start. Label the treats by using a gold marker on adhesive blank labels and seal with a lovely festive ribbon.

    Jams, sauces and mixes

    Jarred goods make great gifts, as they usually have a longer shelf life and travel well. Start with a classic Kilner glass storage jar and cover with a small piece of fabric. Secure with twine or ribbons, then attach a gift tag with the name of the treat inside. If it is a mix, be sure to include instructions for cooking. For a final touch, tie on a small condiment spoon. Try out this recipe for raspberry redcurrant jam!

    Biscuits and traybakes

    Festive tins with patterned paper are perfect for boxing up baked goodies. Start with a solid tin and layer the baked good in individual paper cases. Wrap them in patterned tissue paper or wax paper, as this will help keep them fresh. For biscuits (like these seasonal pistachio, cranberry, and white chocolate wonders) , you can also stack these in tall, decorative cellophane bags and tie with ribbon.

    Liqueurs

    Whether you’re making homemade gin, or our own almond liqueur, you’ll need to find the perfect bottle and festively dress it. Try using vintage decanters or modern glass bottles, and add little personal touches such as a luxurious velvet ribbon or a decorative homemade label. Pop them into a small canvas tote bag for delivering.