Cookie Swap Printable Stickers, Labels, and Tags
The Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap 2012 is in full swing, with just under a week left before signups close. If you are a food blogger and would like to participate, please visit the cookie swap homepage for full details and to sign up. As of 4pm on Tuesday we’ve got a whopping 433 participants signed up from 9 different countries (check out the chicklet counter over there to the right for an up-to-the-minute count). Can we match last years’ 625 participants before signups close on November 5th? Help us get there! Spread the word, tell your friends, put an official swap badge on your site. Remember, aside from the fact that you’ll get 3 boxes of delicious cookies (!!!), you’ll also support an incredible cause.
This year we decided to have a bit of fun and offer up some adorable printables. If you’d like to adorn your cookie packages feel free to use these stickers, hang-tags, or mailing labels to jazz up your boxes.
To use, simply download the printable files and print them on to cardstock or blank label paper. Cut out the shapes and go crazy.
Full sheet sticker paper is available at most office supply stores as well as Amazon or OnlineLabels.com. Sources for other materials I’ve used in these example packages are baker’s twine from Divine Twine and chocolate brown bakery boxes from MrTakeOutBox.com (just a warning that you have to order 250 of these boxes. Your husband will not be happy about it. But just think, you’ll have cute boxes for years to come!)
If you’re looking for tips for shipping your cookies be sure to check out my Cookie Swap Packaging & Shipping Tips post from last year’s swap. Julie will also be posting updated shipping tips later this week, so stay tuned!
Click on the thumbnails below to download the coordinating printable PDF files:
Disclaimer: Copyright Love & Olive Oil and The Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap. For personal use only. If you post about or share these labels, please credit appropriately and do not link directly to the downloadable file but rather to this post. Thank you much!