Let’s get this cookie exchange party started with our full set of cookie exchange party printables!
Earlier this week I shared with you our adorable cookie exchange party invitation (available here) along with a few tips and tricks for throwing a cookie exchange.
These cute cookie labels are available for download free here and are super easy to make. Simply download, print on card stock, cutout and fold in half. You can have these sitting on the table with a few sharpies for your guests to write what type of cookie they brought for sharing.
The allergy tags are available for download free here and are a thoughtful way of making your guests aware of any possible food allergens or sensitivities. Simply download, print on card stock, and cutout. Have these sitting on the table for your guests to simply place the appropriate tag/s next to their plate of cookies.
Now how are you going to get all those beautiful cookies home? By using our coordinating container lid design to make a beautiful set of cookie containers, of course! The lid is designed to fit the top of a 9″ round aluminum container and is available for download free here. I get my aluminum containers at the Dollar Tree store. They come in a set of three including the lids. These also work well for gifting cookies in. Simply download, print on card stock, cutout and using white glue attach to the container lids.
A cookie exchange isn’t a cookie exchange without cookies! Join us this Friday and every Friday for the next month as Denise and I share a few of our original cookie recipes!
We would love to see what you make with our free printables, be sure to use the hashtag #CurioBlog on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest when sharing!