Packaging For Cakepops

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pastryqueen9 Posted 19 Sep 2012 , 10:57pm
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Hello fellow ccers!

I have been looking for packaging for my cakepops but have been unsuccessful. The Wilson brand baggies are never big enough. I've tried the foil wraps and they are good for some cakepops and occasions but not others. Just wanted to know where others are finding their plastic wraps coverings for their cakepops. TIA!

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C4ssandraa Posted 14 Oct 2012 , 7:19am
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You know the food wrapping paper you use if your making a treat basket? For cookies & such . It Comes in just clear, or clear with all sorts of designs/colors? Well you can cut out a big enough square to wrap around each of your cake pops then tie a pretty bow, ribbon, or a twist tie to keep it close.

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Norasmom Posted 14 Oct 2012 , 12:39pm
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Wilton sells bags for cake pops. I also bought cookie bags and cut them to size.

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KMorrice Posted 19 Oct 2012 , 5:57pm
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I use the 3 inch x 6 inch clear bags from Michaels tied with ribbon for my Cake Pops.


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sfandm Posted 20 Oct 2012 , 8:49pm
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I make 1-5/8" completed cake pops, and I buy the 4 x 6" bags from papermart for less than $13 for 1000. Then I cut curling ribbon and tie it around, works awesome.

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