As Opposed To Using Foam For Cookie Bouquet...

Baking By PinkChateau Updated 22 Feb 2010 , 3:49am by johnson6ofus

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PinkChateau Posted 15 Feb 2010 , 1:04pm
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Has anyone ever seen and/or know where to purchase the flat plastic piece that fits into the bottom of a container that has holes with small supports slanted in several directions to put the cookie stick in. I saw this used in a cookie bouquet store and thought it was a great idea, but certainly didn't want to ask, "Hey where'd you get this"? TX

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heycake Posted 15 Feb 2010 , 3:48pm
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I would guess that if it was in a store that they have them made especially for them. However, the idea of using something like a floral frog sounds like a good one. You would just have to be certain that it could support the weight of the very top heavy cookies.

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TexasSugar Posted 15 Feb 2010 , 4:05pm
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I've used candy clay in the bottom to support cookies. I like it because if you stick the cookie in the wrong place all you have to do is pull it out and squish up the hole. icon_smile.gif

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Lcubed82 Posted 15 Feb 2010 , 10:32pm
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i think that is called a flower frog. Sounds like time to Google!

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KATHIESKREATIONS Posted 16 Feb 2010 , 10:15pm
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I have several 'Frogs' in different sizes but mine are all made of glass & too expensive to just give away with a cookie bouquet order & you can't be sure it will get returned. icon_cry.gif

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johnson6ofus Posted 22 Feb 2010 , 3:49am
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squish up a ball of chicken wire or hardware cloth. Make a "ball" or shape to fill the space you want. Looks sloppy, but cover with candy clay or something else to cover for appearance. HTH.

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