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How to 'wrap' this edible gift?

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00100001 Wed 16-Dec-15 16:56:36

for my sister I am am making a selection of savoury snacks, all the the things she likes, mini cheese scones, pastry straws, crackers, home made 'twiglets' etc.

How would be best to 'present' them, do you think?

I'm guessing plastic clip-storage boxes just won't cut it fgrin

wonkylegs Wed 16-Dec-15 16:59:54

I'm wrapping biscuits in cellophane bags with ribbons (I got them from Amazon) larger cakes I've got a roll of cellophane or put the in cardboard cake boxes lined with grease proof and then wrapped.

jamtartandcustard Wed 16-Dec-15 17:03:51

We're making my nan a cake and will buy a cake tin from pound land with a big bow and ribbon on it.

Lweji Wed 16-Dec-15 17:08:09

For a selection as you describe, I'd get a basket, line it nicely and wrap it in celophane.

CasualJersey Wed 16-Dec-15 18:32:33

Agreed! Nice basket, but of gingham cloth or nice napkins inside
Wrap in cellophane .

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