packaged christmas treats are my fave

December 17, 2013

According to my Instagram feed, everybody is busy browning butter and rolling out dough. Since sugar cookies are a major time suck, the packaging should be quick. I love the options from Martha Stewart Crafts line because let’s face it, diy is sometimes not worth it (especially when you can buy something just as cute).

My favorites are the muslin bags, good for those little multiple treats like chocolate covered pretzels. I also like the idea of adding a lollipop stick to your fudge. Goodness knows I like ease of treat transport to my mouth.
christmas treat packaging

What treat must you have for it to really feel like Christmas?

This post is part of 12 Months of Martha, one project a month using products from the Martha Stewart Craft line. You can purchase this packaging at Michaels, JoAnns, or online right here.


  • On December 18, 2013 , Lindy said:

    Cheese ball! Seriously! So, so good!

  • On December 19, 2013 , leathergal said:

    I love Martha Stewart Crafts and have used them for Christmas goodies for several years. I was bummed that Michaels no longer sells the line. I was told they did not get the line in this year and probably won’t again. Thanks for the ideas of where else I can get them:)

  • On December 21, 2013 , Loretta said:

    This is great! I always looked forward to the holidays because in my family, one of the traditions was to “fight” over the treats sent by our Greek relatives. Instead of the traditional holiday goodies like gingerbread and candy canes, we were spoiled on baklava and powdered dough balls. You can check it out here:

  • On December 23, 2013 , Kelly said:

    heck yes.

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