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We're big fans of DIY gifts (here are 4 edible ideas) but packaging delicate baked goods — especially Christmas cookies — can be tricky business. And after all that effort, wouldn't it be a shame if they broke into perfectly frosted, sugar-dusted bits?
That's why we say ditch the tins, and take this tip from our favorite organizing expert, Peter Walsh.
Empty tin foil and plastic wrap boxes are actually ideal for stacking cookies in a single, snugly-packed row.
Granted, a giant brand name on the box doesn't scream Christmas, so be sure to wrap the boxes first in your favorite festive paper.
Tuck some colorful tissue inside, and voila — the ultimate vessel for edible presents.
Now that's how the cookie (doesn't) crumble!