Nom nom nom – COOKIES!
I’ve had cookies on the mind. I think it’s because a few weeks ago I shared an inspiration board for hosting a cookie decorating party. And I really think that it is a fun seasonal activity that kids (and adults!) can enjoy. Since that post I have been thinking about how fun it would be if you could host a holiday cookie exchange party. Maybe get all your neighbors together, or do this instead of a holiday office party. It would be fun, and way more interesting – ESPECIALLY if you tell people it is a competition. People get SUPER competitive…before you know it, people will be quoting the recipe from some top chef they spent hours perfecting, possibly arguing over who’s frosting is better. I can just see it now: everyone hyped up from all the sugar, possibly too many holiday cocktails, then the scoring begins…..oh what a night.
See what I’m talking about? There must be something about cookies. Here’s what I had in mind- and yes, I went on that sugar plum meets ginger bread land route. I think it’s appropriate, don’t you?
Check out where I spotted these fabulous elements:
Holiday Cookie Exchange Party Package – made by OhCreativeOne on Etsy
Cookie Swap Banner – made by BannerCheerJR on Etsy
Personalized Christmas Gift Bucket and Tumbler Set – made by DottedDesigns on Etsy
Gingerbread Décor Wall Decals – made by Twistmo on Etsy
Candy Cane Cookie Holder – shared on Pottery Barn Kids
Christmas Cookie Dessert Station – shared on Delish
See- all you really need for this party is some friends, some festive decorations, and a batch or two of cookies on a table. Easy as pie!