Packing Up Leftovers for Your Thanksgiving Guests

This is such a fantastic idea, don’t you think?  What a stylish and simple way to send off your guests!  And the best part is that you won’t have to worry about whether or not you’ll see your dishes again!  Here are some fun products to help you recreate this look.  The only thing I’d like to add is a grosgrain ribbon bow–consider using a different ribbon for each guest so they know whose leftovers are whose.

Affordable sources for all these goodies after the jump…

image 1 via Martha Stewart; image 2 via Ebay

Chinese Take-out Boxes – Papermart – $12.25 for a package of 100 16 oz. takeout boxes.  You’ll have plenty leftover to use for next year or for gifts throughout the year!

Circle Labels for the top – Paper Source – Small: $8 for 240 1.25 inch labels (the slightly larger sizes are a bit more); Large: $6 for 60 2.5 inch round labels

Grosgrain Ribbon Sampler – $5.29 for 20 rolls of 2 yards each – assorted colors

Ebay is also a great source for ribbon samplers too.

You may also be interested in a sophisticated alternative to homemade rolls on Thanksgiving.

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