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post #16 of 91
That's what I did. I hot glued the stick to the bag about 1/8 inch from top and only about 2 inches long. It dries pretty quickly and then I put the tape right on top of that. I too was worried about the glue melting the bag but I used low temp and it didn't harm them at all!!!
post #17 of 91
Twopeas, I'm so glad it worked for you!
Cakegirl, on the outside of the bag, very close to the top.
No, the hotglue doesn't burn the bag, or mine never has
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post #18 of 91
So I'll ask the stupid question... why do you put the tape on the back? And roughly how long is the piece of tape? I am intrigued. Thanks!
post #19 of 91
I put the tape on the bag just as reinforcement, it needs it.
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post #20 of 91
I'm also wondering about the tape. Does the hot glue not hold well enough? Is that why you have to tape also?
post #21 of 91
I'm with cake girl and very confused, how do you get the cookie and the stick stuck together. I have always put my sticks in before I baked my cookies, which means I have to work around the sticks. So please tell me how it works to put the stick in the bag? When do you put the cookie in the bag?
post #22 of 91
The stick goes on the back of the bag, not inside. I'm attempting to put up pics of the process. I use the tape as reinforcement, I think it needs it. You can see my bouquets in my photos or on my www, all of the sticks are on the bag, not in the cookie.
I do some of my sticks close to the top of the back of the bag for heavier cookies.
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post #23 of 91
Oh my goodness gracious...this is GENIOUS! icon_lol.gif

I wouldn't do cookie bouquest because I am so lollipop stick "impaired".

Thanks so much!
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post #24 of 91
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Originally Posted by rocketmom1985

Oh my goodness gracious...this is GENIOUS! icon_lol.gif

I wouldn't do cookie bouquest because I am so lollipop stick "impaired".

Thanks so much!


If I had to deal with sticking-out sticks, along with baking, decorating, drying, storing, etc...I'd be a basketcase! I like this so I don't have to always know whether a cookie is going into a bouquet or just in a bag.
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post #25 of 91
*Bluehue slaps her forehead* - good grief - what a BRILLANTE idea.
Thankyou so much for this thread.

See it is true - we learn something new every day.

Love the multi tasking bit - do we ever stop icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
post #26 of 91
Shiney you should probably post these instructions over with the cookie decorating instructions so that everyone can learn from your wisdom. This is fantastic. Thank you so much for including the pics. I really could not "see" this. I am a visual person. And I didn't understand the tape thing and now I see it perfectly clear. This is a fantstic solution. I personally would never eat a cookie from a stick. I would break it off and eat it. I think my kids would like to eat from a stick. Thanks again!
post #27 of 91
Redlot, I think I decided to do this because a few years ago I did some cookies on a stick (one day I should post a pic of those sad things) for my daughter's jr. high school graduation, and seeing all those kids walking around with sticks, and deciding they were fun weapons, And you know how mothers are, don't run with a sucker in your mouth, it made me cringe!
I'll try to figure out how to put it over with the instructions. THANKS!
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post #28 of 91
Okay, the term brilliant has been used so I will opt for my 9 year olds quote "that is freakin' awesome"!!!!!!!
I was wanting to make some cookie pots for a Girl Scout fund raiser and was hesitant but this is just the inspiration I needed!!! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #29 of 91
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Originally Posted by spunkybear

Okay, the term brilliant has been used so I will opt for my 9 year olds quote "that is freakin' awesome"!!!!!!!
I was wanting to make some cookie pots for a Girl Scout fund raiser and was hesitant but this is just the inspiration I needed!!! icon_biggrin.gif


Ha ha! What is 'freakin awesome' is that I have been able to help y'all. I get so much info and ideas from CC, So glad I can give some!!!
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post #30 of 91
Do you have anyone that prefers the stick to actually be in the cookie or is it not an issue? I mostly make bouquets that go to kids and they love having a cookie on a stick vs. it just looking like it's on a stick.

I love the idea though, I'm going ot have to try it. Thanks for posting the visuals!
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