Dec 112012
 

The holidays are here, and Santa is busy loading up his sleigh, ready to deliver parcels of Christmas cheer to the country. If you’re playing Santa this year and want to give popcorn as a gift, here are some great gift wrap ideas from Just Poppin™ popcorn that will give this year’s presents the ultimate wow factor.

Red is the color of Christmas, so there’s no better popcorn for this time of year than our crimson colored cinnamon popcorn! Buy a bulk batch of this sweet and spicy popcorn, pour it into clear cellophane bags, then tie up with red and gold ribbons for a holiday gift with a truly festive feel.

Cinnamon Popcorn

Cinnamon Popcorn

If you’re feeding a crowd, you can also make your own popcorn cones and boxes. Fold a large square of Christmas craft paper into half and half again, then cut the open corner to create a rounded edge. Unfold, cut into two down the central crease and roll your paper arc to create a cone! Simply secure with sticky tape and fill with your chosen popcorn flavor. This makes two cones, but it’s so quick and simple you could make a whole batch in a matter of minutes! If you need a step by step photo guide, take a look at this tutorial.

Mason Jars

Mason Jars

However, if the person you’ve giving a gift to likes to be a little more hands on in the kitchen, why not give them all the equipment they need to make delicious homemade popcorn for themselves? Fill mason jars with unpopped mushroom popcorn kernels and add some popcorn seasoning and popcorn oil for a thoughtful popcorn gift basket. Or, for an even more creative touch, you could write out a recipe card for your own favourite popcorn flavor (check out our Christmas Popcorn Recipes if you need some inspiration!)

How will you be wrapping your popcorn presents this year? Leave us a comment and let us know!


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