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It’s a Wrap!

Labels designed by Leah Borenstein, omgdesign@aol.com

We’ve got you covered with this look! I used cloth napkins, but you can use any fabric. The color, style, and design options are endless. You can wrap the food items directly in the cloth or place them in a box first for a neater look. Featured here is Jerky Joy beef jerky, which will enhance any mishloach manos with its unparalleled taste and stunning, sophisticated packaging. You can also use the napkins for wrapping challah, sourdough, or babkas.

You will need:
  • food items
  • box (optional)
  • cloth napkins
  • ribbon
  • tag
  • bunny tails

Place food items in the box, if using.

Place napkin on your work surface, right side down.

Place bread, box, or whatever you choose to wrap in the center of the cloth napkin.

Overlap the two diagonal corners of the napkin. You can use a little tape to hold it in place.

Lift the other two corners of the napkin and tie a tight knot.

Add ribbon and tag.

For your convenience, all Amazon products used in this magazine can be found through this QR code


(Originally featured in Family Table, Issue 883)

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