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Cookie Exchange

I was invited to a cookie exchange this year and decided to glam up my offerings a bit. First, they were kind of gooey and I wanted to make sure that they didn’t all stick together. Second, they all had peanut butter in them so I wanted to keep them separated in case any of the attendees had allergies. And, most importantly, it gave me an excuse to play with some of my sadly neglected stamping supplies.

First up were Cherry Bing Bars, which I made into individual cups this year. Usually I just make them in a big pan and cut them out, but they tend to crumble and I always end up picking off pieces of foil from the bottoms. This year, I separated them into individual silicone cups and then just popped them out when they hardened. So easy and cute! I wrapped each one in a small cello bag, tied it with some silver elastic cord (retired), and added a tag from the Tags til Christmas set.

cherry bing cups with Stampin' Up! tag

Next up was a twist on an old favorite. My mom always made Rice Krispie bars with a chocolate peanut butter topping when we were growing up. This year when I was blog hopping, I noticed that Dana from Made rolled hers up into a log and then sliced them. Genius! It makes them look so fancy and they were easier to transport. I just spread out the Rice Krispie/marshmallow mixture in a jelly roll pan, topped it with a melted chocolate-peanut butter mixture, and rolled. After chilling in the fridge they were ready to slice and package. For these I used our clear envelopes, the Curly Label and Decorative Label punches and another stamp from the Tags Til Christmas stamp set.

Rice Krispie Roll with Stampin' Up! tag

Here they all are packaged up and looking pretty. It probably added 15 minutes my preparation time to package them all up individually, but I think it was worth it!

Cookie exchange offerings with Stampin' Up! tags

Supplies:
Stamps: Tags Til Christmas
Ink: Real Red, Garden Green
Paper: Whisper White, Real Red, Garden Green
Extras: Decorative Label Punch, Scallop Square Punch, 1″ Square Punch, Curly Label Punch, 1-1/16″ circle punch, SNAIL adhesive

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