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Packing Holiday Edible Gifts

Pretty Packaging Tips For Edible Gifts

Whether you're making homemade gin or limoncello, you'll need to find the perfect bottle and festively dress it up. You can go old-school with vintage decanters ($40 for three) or modern with a glass bottle ($3). Include some sleek pourers ($9.50) for measuring the liqueur. And for the final touches, use luxurious ribbon like Ballard Design's Wired Velvet Ribbon ($9) or Anthropologie's Etoile Ribbon ($8), tie on a pretty label like this felt flower with chalkboard leaf ($9), and pop it in a canvas tote ($13) they can reuse long after the bottle is emptied.

vintage decanters ($40 for three) or modern with a
$40
pourers ($9.50) for measuring the liqueur. And for the final touches, use
$9.50
cellophane gift bag ($20 for 12) or wrap cellophane around this
$20
classic canning jar ($18 for 12) or
$18
Storage Jars ($3-$10), cover with fabric like this
$3
grosgrain ribbons ($28 for five) or
$28
print your own labels for free. And don't forget to tie on a small
$2
cellophane bag ($7 for 20), or a
$7
baker's bag ($3.25) to start. Label the treats by using a
$3.25
gold marker ($2.20) on
$2.20
adhesive blank labels ($2.20 for 24) and seal 'em up with these
$2.20
festive twisties ($3 for 50). Add some flair with a
$3
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