A Cookie Exchange Party

I’ve never actually been to a cookie exchange, and truth-time, that makes me bizarrely sad. I need to get my friends and family in gear. I love love love baking and a party that requires lots and lots of baking sounds awwwwesome. Plus, the whole point of a cookie exchange is to mix up your cookie assortment for gift-giving … you can also eat plenty of cookies along the way … for sampling purposes only, duh.

Catch My Party took it a step further and created a “Cookies and Cocoa” – themed printable party set and now I really want to throw that party I’ve always been missing out on.

The printables include invitations, a party banner, straw flags, water bottle labels, cocoa and cookie bar signs, tented cards and recipe cards.

And check out the “Cookies and Cocoa” soiree come-to-life on Catch My Party!  Jillian even used the “Thank You” printables to tie on to Christmas cookie cutters as adorable party favors … I’m in love.

“This holiday season, let loved ones know how much you care.  Use your favorite photos to create something personalized and unique for everyone on your list.  Make it memorable.  Make it meaningful.  Make it matter.  Go to hp.com/holiday for inspiration and ideas.”

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  1. alyson

    I could totally use a cookie exchange party! Who’s planning??

  2. Alyssa

    Any party when you can go and sample a ton of different kinds of cookies is pretty good in my book. This bash came out amazing!

    The Glossy Life

    • Lexi

      Right? Sounds like a great excuse to eat cookies!

  3. Sigh – I too have never attended one of these! It’s high time I change this.

    • Lexi

      Crazy, right? I really want to throw one … too bad December is halfway through!

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