DIY “THANK YOU” treats wrapping

Today I want to show you all the very simple, using handy materials around the house for wrapping any edible dry treats to show that love and gratitude to the people who did something great for you. This post is all about that and you need the below stuff and some little imagination and some of your precious time. 🙂

I just love being creative when I give gifts/return gifts so on and so forth. This DIY is inexpensive and consumes very less time (depending on the count). All you need is:
1. Cellophane wrap (Any design ones are preferable rather the solids)
2. Cupcake wrappers/liners (Any design ones preferable rather the solids)
3. Scissors
4. Twine

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I got some MAX BRENNER pecan chocolates and I wanted to give them to my girlfriends so I thought I give them wrapped beautifully using the above list of materials. Just put the number of chocolates in the cupcake wrapper and cut a cellophane wrap in large square shapes (count is depending on number of goodies you want to give). On that square shaped cellophane, place this chocolates filled cupcake wrapper and bring all the edges of the cello wrap to the center and hold the center and tie it neatly with twine or jute twine or colored twine (anything of your choice). If you feel the edges are up and down try to cut those unwanted and level it or it is okay if you leave like that.

Ta-Dah! the cute little handy goodie treats are ready 🙂 2014-05-15 14.05.56

Don’t you agree, these are very simple to DIY:-) You can give cookies, dry fruits, any dry desserts using this wrapping and may be you can do more creatively by tying “Thank You”, “Happy Birthday”, “Best Wishes” etc tags to the twine. Anything… just bring that imagination in to your mind and enjoy making such cute ones.

Hoping you like it. 🙂

With Love,
♥Prashanthi♥
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Posted on June 9, 2014, in Do-It-Yourself and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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