If you've ever been to a Cookie Party Swap, you know just how much fun they can be! It's awesome to actually try so many different kinds of cookies especially when you hear special stories behind some of the recipes...like, grandma has been making this one for years or what about an old favorite with a new twist? I have so many great cookie recipes, some my mom used to make every year when I was a kid. Yes, our neighbors always got a cookie plate from our house.
Well, recently, Plaid asked me to design several Cookie Party Swap theme ideas using Mod Podge! Last week my projects were featured on their Great Gift Ideas webpage.
These projects are very economical! I got most of the main supplies from the Dollar Store and used one of my favorite go-to supplies...empty cereal boxes, for the little tags.
My friend Kia over at Plaid wrote an article about how to Host a Cookie Party! It has lots of great ideas.
Here's a cute Christmas Cookie Swap Party Invitation. You can find my complete instructions here.
How about some tins for all those Christmas Cookies? You can get my complete instructions here.
Or maybe a really cool plate to display all those beautiful cookies? You can find my complete instructions here.
"Cookies in a Jar" is a fun gift idea! You can find my complete instructions here.
I love this one...a Chalkboard Tray! It's even magnetic! I didn't use Mod Podge for this one, but if you haven't tried Plaid's Chalkboard Paint or Extreme Glitter, this is the perfect little project to get you started! You can find my complete instructions here.
Have fun making your Cookie Swap Party special!
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