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If you're giving homemade sweets/biscuits for christmas, what are you packing them in?

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JamesAndTheGiantBanana Thu 05-Nov-09 08:39:54

Gift boxes? wicker baskets? some kind of plated cellophane thingy? I've been looking for cheap tins but (unless I'm looking in the wrong place) they're so expensive that with the cost of ingredients etc you may as well buy expensive chocs and be done with it!

Plus Asda has 2 for £7 on big tins of roses/quality street etc til sunday, and I'm wavering in my resolution to handmake acres of christmas fudge! blush

LibrasBiscuitsOfFortune Thu 05-Nov-09 08:41:57

Lakeland do nice cellophane bags that you could tie with a bit of ribbon.

LibrasBiscuitsOfFortune Thu 05-Nov-09 08:42:52

Also thanks for the heads up about Asda, having a party soon and they will be great.

JamesAndTheGiantBanana Thu 05-Nov-09 08:45:02

No probs! I'm sorely tempted myself tbh! Having a look at lakeland now though...

LibrasBiscuitsOfFortune Thu 05-Nov-09 08:47:55

How about 2 tins for £4.50?

How cheap are you actually wanting them?

LibrasBiscuitsOfFortune Thu 05-Nov-09 08:48:59

P.S I think one is smaller than the other but you can just give that one to people you like a little less

JamesAndTheGiantBanana Thu 05-Nov-09 08:51:48

Those are an idea, thanks! I've got about 5 or 6 families to buy for. I'm quite tempted to just do homemade gifts for the people I know for sure will appreciate them, and give cheap chocs to those who might prefer something shop bought.

JamesAndTheGiantBanana Thu 05-Nov-09 09:11:22

Those lakeland gift bags look great actually! 30 for £1.99 is great, just need some curly ribbon, cheers!

ja9 Thu 05-Nov-09 20:13:21

a hinged glass jar from ikea - 89p each.

fabulousfrancesca Thu 05-Nov-09 21:04:49

I did the glass jars too. I got mine from matalan I think.

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