Gift wrapping ideas for store-bought treats
Mason jars are inexpensive and easy to find. They make pretty containers for festive candy and other small chocolates. These are filled to the brim with festive red sour cherries and tied with a simple red ribbon. They are the perfect small gift and are beautifully practical when re-purposed to store spices, salt or sugar.
Wooden CHEESEBOARD, Indigo.
Bows and pretty boxes
Packing a pretty patterned box with truffles is an easy way to elevate a store-bought treat. Add a thick ribbon tied in a big bow and you're set!
NAPKIN, Indigo; Dulce de leche TRUFFLES, President's choice at Loblaws.
The perfect take-away gift
Giving friends and family members a small gift to take home after a holiday dinner is the perfect way for them to remember the meal. These miniature boxes decorated with white ribbon hide a small chocolate and are sure to make everyone smile.
Assorted CHOCOLATES, President's Choice for Loblaws.
Beautifully wrapping a gift will undoubtedly make the person receiving it feel special. Adding an edible treat like this over-sized lollipop is an easy way to add a touch of pizzazz to a tradionally wrapped present.
Hammond's Cherry Swirl & Peppermint Swirl LOLLIPOPS, Indigo.
Transparent bags and ribbons
Transparent bags are an inexpensive way to elevate any gourmet treat. Stack a handful of festive coloured candy in a bag and tie with a big bow.
Chocolate and Toffee CANDY, President's Choice for Loblaws.
Personalized gift tags
These almond clusters are stacked in pretty mini take-out container and adorned with a personalized gift tag.
See's ALMOND CLUSTERS, Indigo.