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post #16 of 43
Hey that sounds like a great idea!!! How about packing them in popcorn!!! Its a natural cushion for the cookies without using styrofoam. And the post office approves!
post #17 of 43
I'm planning on doing my first cookie exchange this year.
How awesome would it be to send a cookie with the invite!!! thumbs_up.gif

You guys are awesome! Thanks for the idea!!!
post #18 of 43
Thread Starter 
Gosh is this fun or what? Just thinking about making cookies for Christmas Cards get's me excited. I can't wait to see what people think when they receive one. I'm actually thinking if the family has children, making one for each family member with their name on it. Is there nothing better than seeing a childs eyes light up when they receive a small gift?
post #19 of 43
There used to be an amazing cookie company that did cards. I can't seem to find the site right now, but for inspiration...here is a company that is doing Halloween cookie cards:


www.ediblesinc.com
post #20 of 43
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Oh Thank you Antonia--I can hardly wait to visit the site.
post #21 of 43
Hey guys - let's remember to post pictures of our Christmas card cookies. How about it? I may need one of you to remind me as I'm at that age! LOL
post #22 of 43
So bubble envelopes you think would be the best way?

I do not want to pay an arm and a leg shipping. I shipped 6 sugar cookes as part of an exchange and the postage was 6.00!!!!!! I want to make it still be able to be classified as a letter (we have a certain thickness up here in Canada it can be)
post #23 of 43
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Originally Posted by diz

So bubble envelopes you think would be the best way?

I do not want to pay an arm and a leg shipping. I shipped 6 sugar cookes as part of an exchange and the postage was 6.00!!!!!! I want to make it still be able to be classified as a letter (we have a certain thickness up here in Canada it can be)





I just shipped 24 cookies to New York and postage by Purolator 1 day service was $68.30....AND the service took 3 days to clear customs! icon_mad.gificon_evil.giftapedshut.gif
post #24 of 43
Flowerpot, I love this idea. I may have to join in with this one as well. I just bought a 4 or 5 in square cookie cutter. Decorating it with a holiday message would put a smile on all of my family's faces. I can't wait to practice this technique. I am making halloween and christmas cookies as I am typing this just for practice. Too bad I didn't read this post first.

At least I'll have another excuse to make more cookies icon_biggrin.gif

By the way, I purchased some cookie cutters from cookiecutters.com and I love them. I just received them this week. You will truly enjoy them.
post #25 of 43
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Originally Posted by antonia74

Quote:
Originally Posted by diz

So bubble envelopes you think would be the best way?

I do not want to pay an arm and a leg shipping. I shipped 6 sugar cookes as part of an exchange and the postage was 6.00!!!!!! I want to make it still be able to be classified as a letter (we have a certain thickness up here in Canada it can be)





I just shipped 24 cookies to New York and postage by Purolator 1 day service was $68.30....AND the service took 3 days to clear customs! icon_mad.gificon_evil.giftapedshut.gif



shit, that is what I am afraid of. That I am going to do this and postage is going to be like 6.00 each or something...... Mine are staying in canada however.
post #26 of 43
I saw this packaging
http://www.winbeckler.com/greeting_card_boxes.asp
It was also on sugarcrafts site... Do you all think this would work... I know it's supposed to be for chocolate but, I was thinking of putting teh cookie inside instead...
post #27 of 43
Thread Starter 
AgentCakeBaker--so glad your joining in on the fun. I just finished 2 dozen 4 inch pumpkin and ghosts . I didn't decorate them yet, just stuck them in the freezer. I'll use these for the grandkids to decorate this weekend. I can't believe in all these years, I've never seen cookie bouquets before--boy where have I been? lol lol Anyway, can't wait to start my Christmas Cards...not just sure how many I'll make yet, but the possibilities are endless. Have a great day!
post #28 of 43
Thread Starter 
Missnnaction- I went to that site and nothing came up. Can you send it to me again? Flowerpot
post #29 of 43
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McMama--great idea--I will definitely take pics of mine, but can't guarantee they will be anything like some of these talented ladies.
post #30 of 43
Flowerpot, Here it is.. I included sugarcrafts too just in case...


http://www.winbeckler.com/greeting_card_boxes.asp

http://www.sugarcraft.com/
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