Five original ways to use our cookie tin

This cookie tin will keep your delicious cookies and cakes fresh for longer. It's the ideal way to make an original gift of your home-made treats.

You can personalise this cookie tin with a beautiful photo or a fun image. You can even add a Gift wrapping stickers or a Gift Tag in the cookie tin to make your professional presentation complete.

  • Tin box with photo
  • Round, square, heart or rectangular cookie tin with photo
  • Excellent photo quality on a metal box
  • Made of metal with printable aluminum plate
Make your Cookie Tin

But this tin also makes a great gift, even if you’re not an amateur baker.

So many things you can do with a simple tin...

1. You've already found the perfect Christmas gift, but why not think bigger!

1. You've already found the perfect Christmas gift, but why not think bigger! 1. You've already found the perfect Christmas gift, but why not think bigger!

You can package a Christmas gift in this tin so that the wrapping becomes a gift itself. It’s bound to make opening this present double the fun.

Choose a rectangular or round tin, select a style from our extensive list of designs, add photos and you're done. You can also choose to upload your own collage or image.

2. Dear godmother, 2017 was magical!

Give a recap of the year to your godmother, godfather or grandparents.

Collect a few of the best photos from the past year, print them in retro style or square format and select the best ones to personalise this storage tin. Add some string and miniature clothespins to your gift package.

This way, the recipient can hang up a ‘clothesline’ style photo display of precious memories.

2. Dear godmother, 2017 was magical!

3. This gift box gives it all away

Use a photo or picture on the lid of the tin that gives away what's inside. This way, you'll never have to rummage through all your containers to find what you're looking for. Here are a few ideas:

First aid for the absent-minded
First aid for the absent-minded

Create a first aid kit for your absent-minded uncle. Take a photo of the full contents and use it for the lid of the gift box. This way, you’ll have a handy checklist for refilling your first aid kit after use.

First aid for the absent-minded
She takes tea in the morning
She takes tea in the morning

Fill the tin with different kinds of tea and find a pretty photo related to tea, or perhaps a scene of a tea plantation in Thailand. Of course you can use the same idea for other treats, too.

She takes tea in the morning
Creative people don't have clutter, they’re surrounded by ideas Creative people don't have clutter, they’re surrounded by ideas
Creative people don't have clutter, they’re surrounded by ideas

For a devoted fan of crochet, sewing, knitting or any other hobby, you can create a storage tin for all their equipment. Use a picture showing the equipment inside or find a pretty illustration related to their hobby.

Creative people don't have clutter, they’re surrounded by ideas Creative people don't have clutter, they’re surrounded by ideas

4. How to make a DIY package

Surprise the aspiring gardeners or gourmet cooks in the family with a do-it-yourself package.

The foodie package
The foodie package

Find a delicious recipe and collect all the ingredients in little boxes or bags. Put all of this inside the tin that you personalise with a beautiful photo of the finished product. For a mouth-watering Christmas.

You can also include a set of invitations with your DIY package so that you’ll be able to come and taste the results.

The foodie package
Green thumb package
Green thumb package

Choose an assortment of seeds for a vegetable garden and provide a calendar for when to sow and harvest them. This gift makes a handy planner for gardeners.

Green thumb package

5. Give your partner or children the gift of an experience

You can package your tickets for a weekend getaway with your partner or a visit to Disneyworld with the kids in a personalised memory box.

Find a good photo of your destination and add a travel guide, map and/or phrasebook. Later, you can use the box to save souvenirs of your trip. Collect your best photos in a Pocketbook, and include ticket stubs, seashells, postcards, etc. that you’ve saved. You’ll be able to relive the experience as often as you like.

5. Give your partner or children the gift of an experience