Every year at Christmas. . . (okay, okay- not every year). . .   Correction: On a good year, I spend an entire day during the month of December baking goodies to deliver to friends and neighbors.  I usually put the goodies in some kind of holiday tin or plate that I purchased during after-holiday clearance the year prior.  But, this year, I’ve got nothin’.  Enter this great idea: Dress up a plain white plate with simple ribbon!  It makes the treats look as good as they taste, plus it’s simple and inexpensive!

Supplies Needed:

  • paper plates of any color or size
  • hole punch
  • ribbon
  • and of course, Treats!

Instructions:

  1. With your hole punch, put holes all around the outer edge of the plate, about an inch apart.
  2. Start threading your ribbon through the holes.
  3. Once the ribbon is threaded through all the holes, make sure your ribbon ends are even and tie a bow.
  4. Fill up your plate with yummy goodies and deliver them!

Thanks, Lauren Geiger!

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13 thoughts on “Make your own Holiday Treat Platter: Ribbon Wreath Plate Tutorial!”

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SPAM

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You can wrap with the pretty cellophane… Think Easter basket style:)

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Such as simple, beautiful idea! It would be great for the kiddos to do to practice those fine motor skills ;-)

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not this is a bad idea but my cvs and walmart has tones of stuff on sale after Christmas or Halloween 90 % off
just took 4 bags of stuff paid 5 usd with extra care bucks of course….i got adorable pumkin ceramic plates for like 29 cents. ceramic travel mugs…….
.and more great items so You can stuck up after Christmas and give these as a gifts and fill out with treats on the following year…..

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Hmmm. But how do you keep the cookies, etc from falling off when you deliver them. Hate to waste time and money to just cover in layers of plastic wrap.

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most paper plates & styrofoam plates will slide into a gallon baggie.

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See Angie Pinna’s idea in the above post.

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Super cute! What a great idea!

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How about if you fill the plate, top it with another plate (upside down), then thread the ribbon through both plates…making a “sealed” packet to deliver your goodies!

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Love it!! I think this is a great idea to take treat on anytime and you don’t have to worry about getting your dishes back!!

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So cute!

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This is a great idea! Thank you.

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