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Packaging question - chocolate covered oreo

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Thread Starter 
Will a 2"x2"x2" bonbon box fit a single double stuffed chocolate covered oreo cookie?

I measured my spinnerleaf mold and it looks like it'd be a tight fit but would work.

When I've made them in the past, I just foiled wrapped them and put in a cello bag. These will be wedding favors.

Thanks.
post #2 of 4
You might just have to try the boxes to see for sure...I put my decorated Spinning Leaf choc Oreos in little clear bags tied with a ribbon.
post #3 of 4
When I made chocolate covered oreos for my nephew's wedding, they put them in little tins that had lids. Each oreo was placed in a cupcake liner, then placed in the tin. The tin held two of the oreos perfectly (I used the bride & groom molds from SpinningLeaf). She bought the tins online, then cut pretty scrapbooking paper to wrap around the outside. Added a ribbon, and they made for some very fancy favors! None were left on the tables when the reception ended.
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Thanks for the input. The tin idea sounds so pretty. After talking it over with DD, we decided to go with cello bags. We're going to use left over cardstock from her invitations for a bottom in the bag and the raffia left over from her invitations to close the bags.

The bags I ordered are longer than we need, but I figure cut them to a shorter length.
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