Easy Cookie Exchange Packaging
Free Printable Christmas Cookie Exchange Round Labels
Need an easy Cookie Exchange Packaging idea?
Have you been following along with all the great ways to use the FREE Christmas Cookie Exchange Printables pack I shared a few weeks ago?
This week I am sharing how I used the Free Printable Christmas Cookie Exchange Round Labels sheet for this Easy Cookie Exchange Packaging.
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Last time I shared how I used the FREE Christmas Cookie Exchange Take Home Box labels to turn plain white gabled boxes into pretty Cookie Exchange Take Home Boxes.
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- Cello bags
- Free Printable Christmas Cookie Exchange Round Labels
- Avery full Sheet Labels
- 2 inch circle punch
- 1/4 inch red ribbon
- Print out the Free Christmas Cookie Exchange Round Labels.
- Punch the labels out with a 2 inch circle punch.
- Write the name of the cookie recipe on the label.
- Peel the backing off the back of each round label and adhere to the front of a cello bag.
- Use a twist tie to close the bag.
This easy Cookie Exchange Packaging idea is perfect for the cookies you will be bringing to a Christmas Cookie Exchange.
If you have been invited to a cookie exchange you can follow the above directions and label as many bags as you have cookies to bring to the cookie swap.
If you are hosting a Christmas Cookie Exchange and you are supplying the take home cookie bags for your guests attach the blank labels to the cello bags.
Leave the labels blank so your guests can write the name of the cookie on the labels as they are packing the cookies they are taking home.
Basic Christmas Cookie Baking Supplies
- My Favorite Christmas Cookie Cutters for cut out cookies.
- Large Baking Sheets: I have 4 of these and they really make baking cookies so much easier.
- Cookie Dough Scoops: This is the secret to making perfectly shaped cookies every time.
- Parchment Paper: Keeps cookies from sticking and over browning. Makes clean up a breeze.
- Wooden Rolling Pin: A good rolling pin is a must for rolling out perfect Christmas cookies every time.
- Cooling Racks: Cookies need to cool and a cooling rack allows air to circulate and helps the hot cookies cool quicker. It also makes drizzling baked cookies with melted chocolate or powdered sugar drizzle easier.
- Thin Metal Spatula: A wide flat metal spatula helps lift the cookies off the baking sheet without damaging the edges and keep the hot cookies from breaking when transferring them to the cooling rack.
- Spritz Cookie Press: A must have for making tradition Spritz Cookies for Christmas.
- Christmas Cookie Boxes: Planning a cookie exchange or love to share your Christmas cookies? Cookie Gift Boxes are perfect to keep the cookies from getting crushed.