Food bloggers, start your ovens, because baking is now underway for the Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap 2013. We are so excited to have raised well over $13,000 for Cookies For Kids’ Cancer this year, with the help of our four amazing brand partners.
Like last year, I’ve designed some printable tags, stickers, and labels for you to jazz up your cookie boxes. The tags are generic too, so even if you’re not participating in the cookie swap you are welcome to use these for your edible gifts this holiday season. To use, simply download the printable files and print them on to white 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 Online Labels. I’ve also used some jute twine and clear treat bags from Michaels, and hi-wall white gift boxes from Box and Wrap (6x6x3 size, lids and bases sold separately).
In addition to making your cookie boxes look pretty, you want to be sure your cookies arrive in one piece. Nothing is worse than anxiously opening a box only to find a bag full of crumbs. For detailed shipping and packaging tips, check out How to Package and Ship your Cookies from The Little Kitchen, and my own post Cookie Swap Packaging & Shipping Tips.
Click on the thumbnails below (right click and choose Save As) to download the corresponding printable PDF file:
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!