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Country House Magazine - - Baking -

An al­ter­na­tive way to present brown­ies is to wrap them in­di­vid­u­ally. Choose dif­fer­ent printed pa­pers that com­bine colours and motifs, and use baker's twine to wrap them up. Cut out the amount of pa­per that you need to cover the brownie por­tion, al­low­ing suf­fi­cient mar­gin to join the ends. Cut sev­eral strips of baker's twine and tie the pa­per up with sev­eral knots. You can al­low the string to hang down on each side to give them a more re­laxed feel. To add a lit­tle ex­tra touch, add a dry rose­bud tied with a fur­ther strip of the baker's twine. You will sur­prise your guests with this del­i­cate wrap­ping made es­pe­cially for the oc­ca­sion, and the brownie will feel that lit­tle more de­li­cious! Cre­ate your own tea bag la­bels. Cut some card­board in the shape of a la­bel, stamp them with a rub­ber stamp, make a hole at the top, re­move the orig­i­nal la­bel and at­tach yours in­stead.

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