I created these DIY Christmas Cookie Exchange Invitations a few years ago when hosting a lunchen along with the cookie exchange!
After looking for weeks for a nice Cookie Exchange Invitation and not finding anything, I came across these pretty blank note cards. The cards were blank inside, so I was able to feed them through my printer before adding the decoration to the front.
They originally had a monogrammed “S” on the front. So I used a computer design program and made a type design with “Sweets & Treats Cookie Exchange” outlined in a box. I printed them on a nice textured paper and used scrapbook tabs to attach them to the card over the “S”. I then added a holly embellishment I found at Joanne Fabrics. I wanted them to have a more elegant look since I am also serving lunch.
If you need more information on how to run a Cookie Exchange or would like to get some ideas on what others have done at their Cookie Exchange than check out Robin’s web site Cookie-Exchange.com. Along with the rules she has party games, cookie recipes and a message board where you can be in touch with others hosting an exchange.
Find many wonderful Christmas Cookie Recipes at Better Homes and Gardens web site.
Hope your day is creative!
Linking to these wonderful parties!