That's brilliant! Thanks for sharing.
What a wonderful idea and perfect for a "friendship" gift.sandy toe
That is a great idea! At Christmastime I like wrapping a brand new kitchen towel around the hot bread so that the towel is part of the gift. That can get more expensive, though.
Very cute! Although I still think I'd put on plastic to keep it fresh. And what kind of bread is that - it looks yummy with the sugar on top!
Loving the great ideas. Keep 'em coming. they had packs of these at the dollar store hear. Probably 1-2 cents each.I lurve you, dollar store. :)
A student's parent sent me some bread for Christmas in a brown lunch sack, folded on the end and simply wrapped with a bow. Very cute and great way to wrap. Makes me want to keep brown lunch sacks at home.
They are also perfect for homemade cookies, candies, and granola. I do these mostly at Christmas, when I make all of the above as gifts.
Those bags go on sale at Walgreens for 10/$1.00 around the holidays. Some of the designs are generic enough they could be used for any occasion. I have quite a few but never thought of using them for bread. Great idea!
That is clever. I wonder if it works better than plastic wrap. I know plastic wrap cannot be put on until the bread cools. Is it the same with paper bags?Thanks,Nate
I usually have an assortment of them here, but I've never thought of using them for bread, either. What a great tip!
I never seem to be able to get the plastic wrap to stick to foil pans!That's why this bag idea is so appealing to me. I think it would keep the bread fresh enough to be eaten (at my house, anyway).
What a great idea! I always stock up on these after the holiday sales, so now I have another thing to use them for.
What a great idea!
I must be living under a rock because I have never seen those bags before! They are so cute. I make bread all the time, so this would be a great way to give it away.Thanks!Tonihttp://thehappyhousewife.com
great idea! can't wait to use it.
I love it! As I am either taking the bread right from the oven, or letting it thaw from freezer when I've baked in bulk, plastic wrap never works for me either.
Meredith -Sweet and delish blessings just keeping rolling your way my friend...Yummy for you and the fam!I've always loved those bags too!They usually come 8 in a pack or individually at WALGREENs here -Seasonal ones go for 10 cents sometimes 'after' the holiday is done! I will remember this for 'cookie' gifts I bake with the kids!Latrice - working mama
I always use those bags when giving away mini loaves (I fold the bag over at the top, punch 2 holes, then thread ribbon through it), but it never occurred to me to use them for large loaves. That's a great idea!
What a perfect idea!blessings, kari & kijsa
Nice idea...simple and pretty!
Thank- you for the reminder of using these kinds of bags. I will have to look through my Easter stuff, and see if I have any. I think I do, and I would love to use them to surprise some friends and family with some type of treat! I love the way you used the ribbon and hole punch on the other post. :)Blessings, Carla
I'm under a rock too, having never seen those bags either! So cute! I think they're pretty enough for other types of gift giving too, especially if they only cost 10 cents a piece.
Looks so cheerful.
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