These parchment paper cookie bundles are incredibly sweet and simple to put together. It’s a great way to let someone know you are thinking of them. You don’t need a special occasion to give this cookie gift. Sometimes it’s nice to give a gift just because you care and appreciate someone.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money or time to let someone know you are thinking of them. Simple parchment paper cookie bundles, made with cookies purchased from the bakery department, can put a smile on someone’s face. Don’t you just live handmade gifts?
I gave this gift to my stepmom and some other special people who have been a huge help, since I became a full-time parent again. The legal guardianship and adoption process has been a bit stressful. I don’t know what I would do without the Angels have helped me so much with this major life change. Tati has required a lot of my attention these last few months, so I really haven’t had time to go shopping or make time-consuming homemade gifts. This simple gift from the heart worked out perfectly.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t have a lot a free time for baking. Instead, I rely on the bakery section at my local grocery store when I need a sweet treat. Homemade gifts are wonderful, but bakery cookies are perfect for this thanks to the homemade gift wrap. Plus, you can never go wrong with a food gift.
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For this project you will need some washi tape, ribbon and parchment paper rounds. Did you know that parchment paper can be purchased in 8-inch or 9-inch rounds? You can find often them where other baking supplies are sold or online. I usually purchase mine from Amazon.
Are you ready to make this fun gift? Head to the bakery section of your grocery store, and gather your supplies.
Parchment Paper Cookie Bundles
Here’s what you’ll need:
9-inch parchment rounds
assorted washi tape
cookies from the bakery section of your grocery store
Optional gift tag and gift card:
craft envelope, large enough to hold a gift card
letter stamps and ink pad
gift card to the local coffee shop
Directions: Stack two cookies in the center of one parchment round. Fold in the sides and wrap like you would a package. Secure with washi tape and tie it up with a piece of ribbon, making a bow on top.
Tip: You’ll want to buy larger cookies for this project or you can even use a couple of brownies.
Want to make this gift even sweeter? Make a gift tag and include a gift certificate to the local coffee shop. For the gift tag, I decorated a craft envelope with washi tape and letter stamps, and tucked a $10 Starbucks gift card inside. Such a fun way to make this gift personalized!
These cookie bundles come together so quickly. You can easily and inexpensively put together a bunch of these and brighten the day of so many friends.
Do you know a special person who would enjoy a gift like this?
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Sarah Phillips says
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The wrapping makes it so special! I love this idea and it is easy and inexpensive. I want to do it!
simple. pretty. Our Dollar Tree has parchment paper. (good enough quality for wrapping edible gifts) thanks for idea!