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post #16 of 33
You can get a lot of ideas at splitcoaststampers.
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showgallery.php?cat=5649
That's the link for the bag topper gallery. Also, if you go to their main gallery page, then do a search on cello, you'll find other ideas, more with the ribbon tied around.
Also, on the main page, there is a Michaels coupon. That is the kind of ad I would like to see here on cakecentral.

A great place to get bags is clearbags.com they are good quality bags at a good price.
post #17 of 33
Ok, I do see the staples now - but they are hidden very well from the design under the word. I'll stop posting on this thread for a bit. LOL.
post #18 of 33
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Originally Posted by SecretAgentCakeBaker

You can get a lot of ideas at splitcoaststampers.
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showgallery.php?cat=5649
That's the link for the bag topper gallery. Also, if you go to their main gallery page, then do a search on cello, you'll find other ideas, more with the ribbon tied around.
Also, on the main page, there is a Michaels coupon. That is the kind of ad I would like to see here on cakecentral.

A great place to get bags is clearbags.com they are good quality bags at a good price.



Love the splitcoaststampers website! Those are awesome!
post #19 of 33
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Originally Posted by cylstrial

Ok, I do see the staples now - but they are hidden very well from the design under the word. I'll stop posting on this thread for a bit. LOL.




I do staple. I'd love to have a different way because I only bake for friends and family and school treats. I'm just waiting to get a call from school that someone got a staple in their finger!
The cardstock and ribbon idea is awesome but so much work. I'm not making any money off of them!

The website posted above has some great ideas! Thanks for sharing.
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post #20 of 33
I like using these glassline bags. You fold them down, punch holes and tie a ribbon through.
http://www.fancyflours.com/envelopesglassine-45-x675.html
You can buy them in different sizes and in bulk pretty cheap.
post #21 of 33
Great info, thank yo to all!!! icon_smile.gif
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post #22 of 33
I don't like the staples to show at all I will bake some cookies and do a photo Jlynn's how to. They are a bit time consumming but I am no in biz so... I have seen on some sites bags with a fold down flap. You pull the paper off and seal shut. Quick and to the point. I will work on cookies tomorrow. DH in college would love a surprise care package I bet!
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post #23 of 33
Instead of stapling or doing the hole/bow method, you can fold the top down and use a pretty sticker to close it. You can make a nice monogram on your computer, print it onto card stock, punch it out and add some adhesive to the back.
post #24 of 33
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Originally Posted by jlynnw

I don't like the staples to show at all I will bake some cookies and do a photo Jlynn's how to. They are a bit time consumming but I am no in biz so... I have seen on some sites bags with a fold down flap. You pull the paper off and seal shut. Quick and to the point. I will work on cookies tomorrow. DH in college would love a surprise care package I bet!



Sounds great! I would love to see them packaged your way!
post #25 of 33
I could not get the pictures to load on the forum so I set them up in a step by step in the cookie gallery. They look tedious and time consumming but I do not find them any more so than tying a ribbon around the top. The cookies for this weekend have a rubber stamp image my DD did. The wedding cookies have had a footer with the bride and groom's name, under the cookie a special wish(thanks for sharing our day, it was sweet of you to join us, etc). I like having the paper behind the cookie. It really shows off the cookie, just like a nice background in a photo of a cake. You can get all fancy with using 2 or more papers, double stick tape, stamps, and embelishments of all kinds. I do not currently have a shop and so I do have all the time in the world to package. It find it fun. How you found it helpful.
yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift, that is why it is called the present. from the movie Kung Fu Panda
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post #26 of 33
Great Idea! Thanks for sharing.
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post #27 of 33
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Originally Posted by jlynnw

I could not get the pictures to load on the forum so I set them up in a step by step in the cookie gallery. They look tedious and time consumming but I do not find them any more so than tying a ribbon around the top. The cookies for this weekend have a rubber stamp image my DD did. The wedding cookies have had a footer with the bride and groom's name, under the cookie a special wish(thanks for sharing our day, it was sweet of you to join us, etc). I like having the paper behind the cookie. It really shows off the cookie, just like a nice background in a photo of a cake. You can get all fancy with using 2 or more papers, double stick tape, stamps, and embelishments of all kinds. I do not currently have a shop and so I do have all the time in the world to package. It find it fun. How you found it helpful.



Thanks for making that little tutorial! Pictures are so helpful!
post #28 of 33
They had to pull the pictures, I did not post them to the right place icon_redface.gif I am sorry for the problem. I will work more on it later. I do not know how to post them to the thread or if there is a tutorial spot for them.
yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift, that is why it is called the present. from the movie Kung Fu Panda
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post #29 of 33
Can you upload them to flickr and post the link in this thread?
post #30 of 33
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Originally Posted by jlynnw

They had to pull the pictures, I did not post them to the right place icon_redface.gif I am sorry for the problem. I will work more on it later. I do not know how to post them to the thread or if there is a tutorial spot for them.



There is an articles area - where the tutorials go. So that's probably what happened! You should definitely get it posted in there. I thought it was great!
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