Today the owners of DimplePrints, Carli and Mike, and I decided we’d team together and give you a HUGE FREE Cookie Exchange party package to plan your Cookie Swap Party this year. Even better? Earlier this week Kyla, from Funky Polkadot Giraffe, gave you instructions on HOW to host a cookie exchange party! So now that you know HOW, we’re giving you the free prints on WHAT to decorate with!! Perfect timing, huh? And we didn’t even plan it that way!
This package is 91 pages of party planning goodness that includes:
- Banners (Ho Ho Ho, Merry Christmas, Cookie Xchange, and spacers)
- Favor Tags
- Tags for milk
- Food/Cookie Labels and Numbered Labels
- Party Hats
- Favor Box Instructions
- Matching patterned paper
- Welcome signs
- Various Other signs (Milk Bar, Cocoa Bar, Please Take One, Cast Your Votes, Welcome, Cookie Exchange, Cookies with Santa, and more)
- Fill in Matching Invitations
- Santa Letters
- Wish List Letters
- Shopping List Letters
- Cookie Voting Sheets
- Cookie Award Tags
- Matching Recipe Cards
You can download the full package by going HERE.
I also thought that in the spirit of a fabulous Cookie Exchange, I’d share with you a quick and easy cookie recipe (in case the thought of baking scares you away from a Cookie Exchange) that I absolutely love and that you’ll likely already have all the items in your pantry already to make (I did at least).
Here’s an easy recipe for an Easy Shortbread Cookie that is sure to delight.
Heat oven to 350 degrees. Beat butter until light and creamy. Add 1/2 cup sugar and beat until fluffy. Sift flour with the salt and baking powder and fold into butter mixture. Put dough on an unbuttered baking sheet and pat into a 1/2 inch thick rectangle. Mark the dough for cutting with the point of a knife. Sprinkle with remaining sugar and bake in center of oven for 15 minutes or until edges are very lightly browned. Cool for 15 minutes and then cut into bars. Note: I added Christmas M&M’s into recipe for some added fun.
And of course, while you’re making these super easy cookies, you need a little helper to assist. :)
Many thanks to Jamielyn for having us today and we hope your Cookie Exchanges go fabulously this year! If you use our Cookie Exchange prints and would like featured on our blog, please email me photos of your party at email@example.com. We’d LOVE to show off your parties!
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