Happy Friday! Do you have any weekend baking projects on tap? I love to bake and love to share the results – and knowing that, my fellow paper-loving co-worker thought I should do a post on holiday baking and treat supplies. Obviously, it was a great idea – here’s some ideas ranging from cupcake liners to pretty ways to gift your goods!
First up are free printable cookie exchange tags from Joy Ever After, including blank tags that could be used for anything. Super cute! Found via Pinterest, here.
Dotted cupcake liners from Etsy shop Sweet Estelle
Also from Sweet Estelle – holiday treat bags!
Blush Printables really has the best free downloads – cute cupcake topper flags (for anyone that hasn’t made these before, just cut out the flag and wrap around a toothpick, securing the flag with a dot of glue or tape.) Head to their site for another great free download of printable treat boxes and tags.
A free printable treat box and tags designed by Thinking about Pretty
for The Gifted Blog
This kit on Amazon combines cellophane treat bags, gift tags, and ribbon – a similar version is on sale at Sur La Table, too.
The Container Store is my go-to place when I need a bakery box – line it with this festive food-safe waxed tissue and tie it up with a pretty bow and tag.
Think Garnish has a ton of great gifting and package ideas – I love the idea of gifting homemade cookie dough in cute containers.
Paper loaf and muffin pans are the best when you are gifting baked goods – you can always wrap the goods in cellophane and tie with a ribbon and tag to make it a dressier gift. I’ve seen them locally at places like The Container Store and Sur La Table, and they’re widely available online at King Arthur Flour (photo is of King Arthur products, via The Kitchn), Bake it Pretty, and Amazon.
Of course Martha has the best ideas of how to gift cookies in a creative way – loaded into a pretty compote dish and wrapped in cellophane, ribbon, and bakers twine. via Sweet Sugarbelle.
A sweet DIY cookie baking supply kit via Glorious Treats
Apologies for the small picture, but you get the idea – I’ve always loved this simple ornament idea by Martha Stewart, via Junk Garden Girl
Update: I should have mentioned that any of the free, printable tags I posted about earlier this week would be great for dressing up your baked goods. Also, I didn’t forget about bakers twine as one of the best holiday baking supplies – as I mentioned earlier this week, this spool from Crate & Barrel is my fave because it lasts forever.
I just realized this post is pretty heavy on red and white, stripes and dots. I guess you can tell what I gravitate to when picking out holiday goods!
Have a wonderful weekend!