Free Christmas Cookie Exchange Take Home Box Label
Now that you have invited all your Christmas Cookie Exchange guests and you’re planning your holiday cookie exchange you’ll need these free Christmas Cookie Exchange Take Home Box label printable.
Custom Designed Printables from CanningCrafts.com
The beautiful label you see attached to the box has been custom designed by Alison from CanningCrafts.com exclusively for the readers of Flour On My Face. Head over and check out her beautiful canning labels!
She not only designed this free Cookie Exchange Take Home Box label but an entire pack of printables to help you plan your Christmas Cookie Exchange.
You can find the entire Cookie Exchange Printables pack or individual sheet of the Free Printable Christmas Cookie Exchange pack here.
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Supplies to Make Cookie Exchange Take Home Box
I used the Swingline Paper Trimmer/Cutter to cut these labels out. I am horrible when it comes to cutting straight lines with a scissor. I also used the Swingline Paper Trimmer/Cutter to cut the cookie exchange invitations, recipe cards and Thank You Tags.
It made this project so much easier to work on.
Cookie Cutter Thank You Gift
I made these cute Christmas Cookie Cutter Thank You Gifts for my cookie exchange guests. I used the Christmas Cookie Exchange Thank You Tag printable sheet. I laminated the sheet of tags to make them more durable.
I then attached the tag to the cookie cutter with festive ribbon and hung it from one of the Cookie Exchange Take Home Boxes you see here. You can find the full instructions on how I made my Christmas Cookie Exchange Thank You Gifts here with a list of supplies I used.
I’m hosting my Christmas Cookie Exchange on December 18th this year. As each of my guests pack of their cookie to take home I’ll let them pick one of the Ann Clark cookie cutters as a thank you gift. Then I’ll tie it onto the gable box handles.
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Basic Christmas Cookie Baking Supplies
- My Favorite Christmas Cookie Cutters
- 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.
- Sprtiz Cookie Press: A must have for making tradition Spritz Cookies for Christmas.
How to make a Christmas Cookie Exchange Take Home Box
- Free Printable Christmas Cookie Exchange Take Home Box Labels
- Full sheet sticker labels
- Swingline Paper Trimmer/Cutter or sharp paper scissors
- Large 9 x 5 White Cardboard Gable boxes, paper bags or another container
- Christmas Tissue paper
- Christmas Cookie Exchange Thank You Gift (optional but it really finished off the boxes nicely)
- Print the free Christmas Cookie Exchange Take Home Box Label onto a full sheet of label paper and cut out along the edges.
- Apply the cookie exchange box labels to the front center of each white cardboard Gable box.
- Assemble the box.
- Tuck two pieces of holiday colored tissue paper into each box.
- Set the assembled boxes on a side table during your Christmas Cookie Exchange.
- Attach a Christmas Cookie Exchange Thank You Gift to one handle with red or green ribbon. (optional)
Head over here for the FREE Christmas Cookie Exchange Printables Pack
Christmas Cookie Exchange Printables
- How to Host a Cookie Exchange post for tips on how to host a Christmas Cookie Exchange.
- DIY Christmas Cookie Exchange Thank You Gift.
- DIY Christmas Cookie Exchange Take Home Box with label
- Christmas Cookie Exchange Take Home Cookie Bags
- Christmas Cookie Exchange Invitations can be found here
- Christmas Cookie Exchange Recipe Cards
- Christmas Cookie Exchange Banner