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post #1 of 30
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My sisters wedding is coming up and I showed her the picture of these Sugar Cookie Cakes (Martha Stewart). But, I'm having trouble finding this packaging to look into the cost. Can anyone help?

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-Penny
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post #2 of 30
I would say to look in the craft section of the craft store, not the cake section. They are probably with the kids crafts.
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post #3 of 30
Try www.papermart.com and go to "boxes". Scroll down to "plastic boxes". thumbs_up.gif

The sugar cookie cakes are beautiful! Does the magazine mention where they got their boxes from?

kos
post #4 of 30
You might want to try www.efavormart.com
I was just on there and they had some.
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post #5 of 30
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Thanks Kos, www.papermart.com has a few different options. I kept searching and I found some on sugarcraft.com also. But they only had one design. I'll have to compare prices and styles between the two.

Barefoot_Contessa, I'll try your suggestion before I order from anywhere. If I'm already at the craft store, then I wouldn't have to pay the shipping prices which can be kind of high.

TMM2001 - thanks for the link. I'll try that one next.

I love these. I'm hoping my sister decides to use these as her favors. Of course, I offered to make them. icon_biggrin.gif If not, I'll probably make them for her shower.
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post #6 of 30
These would make fantastic shower favors also.... please, where did you find it? Are they on the Martha Stewart site?

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post #7 of 30
Have you done a search on the net?

Also, you could try Prom party supliy store like STUMPS....They may have it
post #8 of 30
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Thanks everyone. I have lots of comparison shopping to do now. thumbs_up.gif

MomLittr - Here's a link to the Sugar Cookie Cakes. http://www.marthastewart.com/page.jhtml?type=content&id=recipe2330042&contentGroup=MSW&site=weddings
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post #9 of 30
..they are just the cutest thing!
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post #10 of 30
I saw them in the magazine and almost bought it just for the photo. I think these are a H**l of a lot easier than icing those little 2inch devils.
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post #11 of 30
I've made these many times, for all different occasions, but I like them best as bridal shower or wedding favors. They are so adorable, but still stylish or sophisticated...love them! Once your cookies are all made and iced, they go together very quickly. Just form a little assembly line....have trays filled with the cookies - all one size on each tray. Then have a bowl of your royal with a spoon, or a piping bag with a size 3 round tip (whichever you prefer) all ready to go. I usually take some card stock in a coordinating color and cut it to fit the bottom of the box - I just lay it on top of the little board that's already in the box. I set all of it up, in the order I need them (largest cookie to smallest then my tiny flowers or whatever I'm using as a topper, if anything), on a long table, with my boxes and ribbon and tags (if using) at the end of it. Then I just use a paper plate and start with the biggest cookie first and start assembling....when I have one finished, I usually let it sit while I make a few more, just to be sure it's set up well...then package. I will typically make 5 or so at a time, then package them all...then make some more, pkg, etc. It really does go fast! And people love, love, love them! You will get so many compliments and orders for more!

I've also done them in flower shapes, squares, ovals...and for regular party favors too. I just customize the icing or cookie color to the party and maybe add a little piping or topper to jazz it up a little bit. Another thing I like about them, is they really can be made in any size....though the larger ones, just as you have pictured there, are really perfect for wedding favors. Have fun doing them!! icon_smile.gif
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post #12 of 30
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JennT - Thank you so much for all of the advice! I will be making quite a few of them so I truly appreciate your tips for the assembly line. If my sister decides against them for the wedding, I will definitely use them for shower favors!
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post #13 of 30
I'm glad my tips helped you!! I'm sure you figured this out, but I forgot to metion the need for the bag or bowl with royal in it...I put a small dot of it between each cookie to anchor it...of course! lol icon_razz.gificon_rolleyes.gificon_lol.gif They really are so much fun to make! Just to help convince your sister...tell her that people are very impressed by these as wedding favors...they get tons of ooohs and aaahs!! And they are very much remembered by guests...like I said earlier, people have ordered them from me because they had them at a wedding or shower they attended & then got my name from the bride or MOB.

And my kids love it when I have leftovers of these!! I give them some icing in some bags and let them decorate them...lots of fun! icon_smile.gif
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post #14 of 30
jennt- what cookie cutter would you use for a baby shower? also what cookie recipe do yoou use for these? I would like to make some for a baby shower..any suggestions?
post #15 of 30
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jmcakes - I found these on martha stewart's site and there is a recipe included. I was going to try her recipe as well as the no fail recipe on CC and then see which one I liked better.

http://www.marthastewart.com/page.jhtml?type=content&id=recipe2330042&contentGroup=MSW&site=weddings
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