Metal cans are inexpensive and with the right graphics/label, they have the look of a specialty item. For this package I used a wide ribbon to tie the cans together .I enjoyed not having to use cellophane, for a change.The top box is topped off with a peacock feather for a little extra pizzazz.
Homemade goodies are fun and easy to make .They also afford you the exciting opportunity to use your creativity to design your own custom packaging. One favorite Erev Purim memory of mine, is standing in the kitchen with my children packaging piles of freshly baked oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. These memories and the warm feelings last long after the last cookies are gone. Over the years working for Family First Magazine, I’ve prepared many packaging ideas using home baked items. Here are a couple of ideas.
Every season of the year brings with it the delicious fruits of the season. In the fall it’s the red, juicy apples. In the winter it’s the plump and nutritious oranges. In the spring and summer it’s the berries, melons and my personal favorite – the peach!
Looking for a bouquet of flowers that will satisfy everyone’s taste – have we got a sweet idea for you! This beautiful “arrangement” can be simply assembled and is sure to be a most popular bunch of flowers. Let your creativity “blossom” as you beautify each flower . As an added bonus these flowers are sure to stay looking fresh throughout Shvuot ….. if they’re not eaten first.
Cheese Cake, Cheese Blintzes, Cheese Muffins, how about Cheese Cookies?!? This recipe originally appeared in a Mishloach Manot presentation I did for the Mishpacha Magazinelast year.As one of the themes was photography, I topped off of the arrangement with these delectable Cheese Cookies (thus the “Just say Cheese!”).This recipe is easy to make, and judging by the positive feedback I received, these cookies will be a great addition to your Shavuout baking.