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post #16 of 66

Love seeing all the pretty boxes and packaging ideas! The only cookies I sent out this year were chocolate covered Oreos. They fit perfect in a cupcake liner and then I put them into $1 cookie tins from The Dollar Tree. The relatives loved them.

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post #17 of 66

this is as dressed up as my Spritz cookies will get this year. (It's like the sweatpants of boxes.) :P

SPRITZ COOKIES

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post #18 of 66
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Lol!
post #19 of 66

Hey Alaska - Many grocery stores are selling them that way - You're in step with those big guys :lol:

 

Myself? I did 2 kinds of nuts for family this year - lol 

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post #20 of 66

That's interesting.  Thanks !!

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post #21 of 66
Sweatpants - snork.

Tell your cookies that they're trashy. Seriously - no self-respecting cookie would be seen in public with sweatpants!
Edited by Godot - 12/14/13 at 12:30am
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Sweatpants - snork.

Tell your cookies that they're trashy. Seriously - no self-respecting cookie would be seen in public with sweatpants!

 

Have you seen some of those holiday sweatpants? il_340x270.523021131_bn5v.jpg 

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post #23 of 66

Those sweatpants are cute, but they look kinda small,  I could probably wear them as a scarf

and delivery cookie bags.  :D

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post #24 of 66
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I need those. Actually, I'd love a pair with a huge Christmas tree going up the thigh. Then I could use my Bedazzler for further embellishment.
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 I bought some fom Hobby Lobby today and they sucked so badly...flimsy and cheap and half were falling part. Shoulda known better!

Those cheapy ones are cute but I learned.... TAPE the bottom together when you form them and then they work great! 4 pieces of tape, one at each "joint" and you are good to go!

post #26 of 66

Thought I would post what my finished/filled box looked like.  I fit 12 cookies in each box, of varying sizes.

 

 

I made up 74 boxes for a 2 hour event, and sold 60.  I was pleased with the results. :)

 

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post #27 of 66
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Awesome!  I ordered some 7x7s the other day.  I can't remember what color though. I think it was the light brown because I'm cheap and it's for family.  :)  I LOVE the chocolate brown though!

post #28 of 66

Liz your cookie box is 'bedazzeling'  and makes me miss the Lower 48.

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post #29 of 66
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Liz, is that yellow one a petit four?  Is that springerle in the lower right?

post #30 of 66
Thanks MB. Annie, yes, petit four upper center. Peanut butter to the left, Scottish shortbread to the right. Center row was lime basil shortbreads, frosted sugar and a macaron. Bottom row biscotti, salted caramel bar, meringues and springerle. Had very nice feedback, which made my day!

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