19 Wrapping Ideas for Your Food Gifts

19 Wrapping Ideas for Your DIY Food Gifts // Savvy Eats

We’re in the final holiday stretch, and you may already have all your DIY food gifts planned out (or even made!). But have you figured out how you’re going to wrap your gifts? I know we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover and all that, but let’s face it, a cutely wrapped present feels a little more magical while you’re waiting to unwrap it. Here are 19 gift wrapping ideas for your DIY food gifts, from folded treat envelopes and boxes to printable labels:

Wrapping Tutorials and Ideas for Food Gifts:

Compartmentalized boxes for gifting little treats via You Are My Fave

Cookie compotes via Martha Stewart

Cookie envelopes via Going Home to Roost

Cookie tubes via Better Homes and Gardens

DIY folded paper cookie & treat gift boxes via It’s Always Autumn

Printable popcorn boxes via One Charming Party

Townhouse gift boxes via Martha Stewart

Printables for General Food Gifts:

Adorable black and white canning jar labels for canned or baked goods via A Simple Pantry

Christmas labels for edible gifts via Lia Griffith

Paper gift bags via Thirty Handmade Days

19 Wrapping Ideas for Your DIY Food Gifts // savvyeat.com

Printables For Specific Food Gifts:

Cinnamon, orange, lemon, grapefruit and vanilla extract labels via Spoon Fork Bacon

Gingerbread cookie mix in a jar labels via Food for My Family

Hazelnut crinkles, molasses cookies and chocolate chip cookie dough labels (package the dough in ice cream containers!) via Betty Crocker

Homemade pasta labels via Spoon Fork Bacon

Homemade vanilla extract labels via Live Laugh Rowe

Moroccan spiced pepitas labels via Snixy Kitchen

Orange hot fudge sauce labels via Positively Splendid

Seasoned salt pack (four flavors: sriracha, smoky lime, sage and rosemary salt) labels 

Triple chip cookie mix in a jar labels and recipe cards via The Law Student’s Wife

P.S. See more gift ideas on my Food Gifts Pinterest board.

Photos via Snixy Kitchen, Spoon Fork Bacon, The Law Student’s Wife, It’s Always Autumn, Food for my Family, Betty Crocker, A Simple Pantry.

Comments

  1. says

    I love this list! It’s giving me so many ideas for more good gifts to give this year. I especially love the homemade pasta gift – I’ve never thought to try drying out homemade pasta before! Thanks so much for including me in this list:)

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