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
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.
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.
i think that is called a flower frog. Sounds like time to Google!
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.
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.