Cookies In A Jar + Other Cookie Ideas

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I love making cookies and Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays so this post is close to my heart.  As much as I love to make and ice cookies the presentation of the cookies is also a passion of mine.  This post will show you four ways to impress someone with your presentation.  Two of the downloads could be used with treats other than cookies. The great thing about cute printables is that you could throw any good treat into a jar, tie a ribbon around the top and attach a printable and you have a great present.  

The recipe for all the cookies shown can be found here.

#1 Cookie Idea- Mini Cookies   Instead of making large cookies make mini cookies.  They fit into containers well and people like a bite size treat

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#2 Cookie Idea-Cookies in a Jar- I fall for anything out of the ordinary in a jar.  I love the look of stuff presented in a jar.  Pinterest is full of ideas of what fun a jar can be.  I put these cute mini cookies into a pint size jar and attached a ribbon and printable. A link to all of the printable can be found at the end of this post.

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 #3 Cookie Idea-Attach a hang tag- I am always attracted to pictures of cookies with hang tags.  This version is for a small cookie, but I am also including a printable for a standard size bag. 

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 #4 Cookie Idea-Make a Cookie Cake- I saw these a while back on the Martha Stewart Website.  I started with round cookies and royal icing and spent thirty minutes having SO MUCH fun!  I iced each cookie on the top before I put the cake together.  I did not like the look of the cookies naked edges so I started icing dots on the “cake”. I got carried away but I like how it turned out.  I will be trying this again.

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This is the cookies before I started icing them.

Downloads for:  Pink round label can be found here, All You Need is Love label can be found here, Made With Love label (plus a bonus label not used in this blog) can be found here

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  7. Nice post, Lynda! I have found that sealing my bowls with the Clear acrylic sealer I get at the local building supply store really helps to stiffen the all-purpose rope bowls I make. They end up pretty rigid, so they are functional as well as decorative, and the sealer protects the surface from stains. I’m not sure if this would be an issue with your dyed cord – do you rinse the cord or wash out after the dye has set? If not, there could be bleeding issues with the sealer.

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