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post #16 of 22
I use swimming pool noodles for the base (anchored into the pot with royal icing or hot glue) - it works really well because once the sticks are stuck in that they don't move at all.

Does anyone else have other methods of gluing the sticks to the cookies? I prefer to cover the whole arrangement with cello rather than individual bags.
post #17 of 22
vinman, those bouquets are beautiful. I'm sure the teachers loved them!

cherrycakes, are you talking about those big long ones? What an amazing idea! Is it hard to cut through them?
post #18 of 22
I also like to use white chocolate to glue the sticks on. Most of my cookies are NFSC and are about the same color and that way they don't show so much. I do that when I wrap/bag the whole bouquet.
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post #19 of 22
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Originally Posted by cherrycakes

I use swimming pool noodles for the base (anchored into the pot with royal icing or hot glue) - it works really well because once the sticks are stuck in that they don't move at all.



What a great idea! This would work really well for some containers and be much more cost effective because you would get a lot of bases from each noodle thumbs_up.gif I just love the stuf people come up with and share here!
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post #20 of 22
I actually got the idea from here about using pool noodles so it's definitely not my original idea icon_smile.gif I buy white ones and then just use a long knife to cut them. They are very easy to cut and put sticks into. I use curly ribbon to hide the noodle by cutting long pieces, doubling them over and twisting floral wire around the ribbon which I then stick into the noodle. I do three-four sets of curly ribbon for an average size pot.
post #21 of 22
Several people said they used Shiney's method for putting the sticks on the bags. It took me some time searching to find the post. So if anyone else is having trouble finding it: http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=619564&postdays=0&postorder=asc&&start=15
post #22 of 22
I hadn't thought of leaving out the glue step, but then most of my cookies are big (too big probably), and I too use good packing tape. and I sit in front of the tv doing up stacks of them on small bags, large bags, short sticks and long sticks. My next wanna-do is to get my stuff all organized. it's so annoying to search for all my stuff in one big bag.
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