Do you ever need a quick little gift to say Hello, Thank you, or just to let someone know you are thinking about them? Gifting baked goods is the perfect way to do so! Today I’m going to share with you How to Wrap Bread to Give as a Gift. When Stampin’ Up! offered to send me the Eastern Beauty Bundle, I knew that it would be perfect for these Bread Wraps.
I received product from Stampin’ Up! in exchange for this post. All ideas and opinions are my own. This post may contain affiliate links.
How to Wrap Bread to Give as a Gift Supplies:
- Eastern Palace Premier Bundle (Bundle available May 1 – May 31, 2017)
- Snail Adhesive
- Stamp Block D
- 1 1/4″ Circle Punch
- Cellophane Bags
- Mini Banana Bread Loaves
Start out by choosing your paper. Cut it into strips that fit the size of bread you are using. Use the snail adhesive to attach your papers together.
Pull out a piece of Very Vanilla Cardstock and stamp your words onto it.
Use your circle punch to punch out the stamped images.
Punch out some 1 3/4″ circles from the patterned paper and place a gold vinyl sticker onto them.
Using dimensional adhesive, mount your stamped saying into the center of the gold vinyl sticker.
Use your snail adhesive to attached the circle to the center of the paper strip.
Place your bread into the cellophane bags, then wrap your paper around your loaf. Secure it with adhesive.
These loaves come together so quickly and make the perfect gift!
Who would you give one to?
I would give an Enjoy Today to each one of you, if it was possible!
I really love the bright color of these papers, and right now you can get the early release bundle of these fun stamps and supplies. Hurry and grab them, the bundles are only available until May 31, 2017 (can be purchased separate from the bundle afterward.)
I hope you all get the chance to “enjoy today” and head over to the Stampin’ Up! site to grab this fun bundle so you can share with others as well.
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