The Jewish holiday Purim starts Saturday night. The celebration includes costumes, noise makers, wine, triangular cookies called hamantaschen, and best of all, mandatory gifts of well packaged treats. Purim treats, also called mishloach manot, must include at least two kinds of food that are ready to eat, and should be exchanged on Purim day.
Here are a couple of my favorite food packaging ideas, perfect for this weekend's celebration. How do you package your mishloach manot?
Click on each image for templates and instructions.