Selling cookies? How do I "package" it?!

Question: Selling cookies? How do I "package" it?
Okay, I'm going to start selling my homemade cookies, but I'm clueless on how to "package" it.

I don't want to spend too much on packaging. I was thinking about taking one of those plastic, clear gift wrappings, and wrapping the cookies into a small pouch, then tying it nicely with a ribbon, but that would cost way much to the point where I wouldn't make profit.

But I also don't want to be too cheap, and just simply put them in ziploc bags.

Any ideas?


How about some cute little organza bags.... for instance…
- you could buy them in bulk (they are cheap anyways)
maybe wrap them in little cling film first to keep them fresh?

ideas :)

I hope your kitchen has been inspected and given approval by food inspectors in your city because what you are doing can be considered illegal.
It really depends on your city or state rules.
If you get busted it could cost you more than any little fancy bags you buy.
Be careful.

It's called raise your price. seriously, what else could you possibly do.

the genie of common sense

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