Sweet and Festive ways to wrap Christmas treats

You’ve made lots of festive goodies and have lots of friends…so we’ve got cute ways to wrap Christmas treats. We gave friends on the gift-wrap team some hard-to-wrap snacks asked for their help. Results and how-tos below!


Holiday treats and cards wrapped in Hallmark Wrapping paper


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How to wrap Christmas Treat Snack cones

  • Cut a rectangle of wrapping paper twice as wide as it is high.
  • Fold it in half to make a square with the design on the outside.
  • Put a long piece of double-stick tape along the right edge.
  • Pull the top left corner down and curl it under—make a cone by pressing it against the tape.
  • Flip it over and fill the cone with holiday munchies.
  • Fold the point down over the cone and close it with a self-adhesive gift tag seal.

Pro Tips:

  • Experiment with the size of your rectangle using printer paper or gift wrap scraps: How big or small should it be to hold the right amount of treats? Once you’re happy with it, use it as a template.
  • Speed things up and cut multiple rectangles by stacking your gift wrap and cutting with a metal ruler and craft knife.
  • Keep your handwriting neat by filling in “to” and “from” on the seals before you stick them on.
  • Get an assembly line going: Fold the paper and add the tape, make the cones, then add the treats and seal it shut.

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How to wrap Christmas Treat twists

  • Lay out your snacks on the diagonal on a piece of waxed paper.
  • Make sure the paper is big enough to wrap all the way around the goodies about one and a half times, with a few inches of overhang on the sides.
  • Beginning at the bottom point, roll your treats toward the top and secure with double-stick tape.

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  • Tie a short piece of ribbon around each end and curl the ribbon with the edge of a scissor blade.
  • Cut a rectangle of wrapping paper long enough to wrap around the treats with a little bit of overlap, and a little shorter than the width of the roll.
  • Wrap the paper around the roll of treats and secure with double-stick tape.
  • Finish it with a gift tag seal, if you’d like!

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Pro tips:

  • This technique is also perfect for packaging a stack of cookies or crackers. If you have a tough time getting everything to stay in place in the waxed paper, wrap them in plastic wrap first.
  • Give your beautifully snacks as party favors: Use a variety of complementary gift wrap and pile them on a platter or bundle them in a basket.

Red Christmas card envelopes with DIY gift wrap liners

DIY Envelope liners

Want to add a special holiday wish, thank you, or other Christmas message? Don’t forget the card! Add a liner to complement your treat wrap:

  • Open the flap, and lay the envelope open and flat on the reverse side of a piece of wrapping paper.
  • Trace the shape onto the wrapping paper and cut it out.
  • Cut a sliver (1/8″ or less) off each side and about 1/2″ off the bottom.
  • Slip the liner into the envelope, design up, and close the envelope to crease the liner.
  • Open the envelope and tape (or glue) the liner in place.

We’d love to see your stacks of beautifully packaged snacks—take a pic and tag @think.make.share on Instagram! And we’ve got lots more ways to wrap goodies up to give.


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