This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GiftDeliciously #CollectiveBiasI love a good party and I love all the great company over the holidays. I'm going to show you my set up for a Cookie Exchange Party that doesn't incorporate any homemade cookies at all. I'll show you ideas for set-up so that you can just grab and go. I'll show you some fun center pieces to make using the boxes the store-bought cookies came in and I'll show you how easy an elegant set up can be.All it takes is some printables from Etsy and half the work it already done. My favorite printable shop is Whit Prints. She's affordable, they're available for instant download and she'll change the colorway if you don't like what she has. I've gotten quite a few prints for Malakai's room and I can't wait to show you. I'll be doing a giveaway for one of her prints so be on the look out. I went to Walmart and grabbed some of these small packs of cookies available in a variety of flavors:
I grabbed a few of each because A. I love all these flavors and B. I wanted an assortment of sizes to create my gingerbread houses. The boxes were used to make some gingerbread houses for craft time! Just get some Kraft wrapping paper, scissors, tape and washi tape. I used the Chalk Kit from Hazel and Ruby and it's magic and on sale for a crazy price.
Gifts are so much appreciated during the holidays but we don't all have time realistically to make everybody something homemade. These boxes of cookies are great because they're easy and unexpected by being wrapped in the gingerbread house styling. I love these as a stocking stuffer and you can even use this tutorial to make an ugly sweater themed stocking. Check out this #GiftDeliciously website for more inspiration.Tell me, what is your favorite part of this party?