Cookie Exchange Invitation

One of my favorite holiday traditions is hosting a cookie exchange. It’s a simple premise, doesn’t require much preparation, and, most of all, gives me a chance to catch up with friends over Saturday morning coffee.

I try to plan the exchange for a couple of weeks before Christmas, for just a couple of hours, to step away from the hustle and bustle of holiday preparations and just enjoy a fun morning. I hope you’ll find time to fit in an exchange with your friends and neighbors!

For today’s post, I made this cute invitation in about 15 minutes using Photoshop Elements and a digital download from Stampin’ Up!. Did you know Stampin’ Up! has a huge selection of digital downloads?  Well, they do, and several holiday-themed ones are on sale through the end of November. This happens to be one of them!

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I used the Homemade Happiness Printable (Item 132192, on sale for $2.07), then just added the details for my party. Easy-peasy!

You can see all of the digital products available at 30 percent off by clicking on the photo below. That will take you to my website, where you can then easily see the specials.

MDS Seasonal Sale - 30% off

Here’s a peek at a few other digital downloads that are included…it’s so hard to decide which I need!

 

Jingle and Joy Kit (Item 132793, on sale $8,37)

Tag It Printables (Item 130984, $2.07 on sale)

Holiday Wishes Greeting Card (Item 131470, $1.37 on sale)

You could easily add a photo to this card, if you wished. There are also photobook templates and many other items on sale right now…check it out and simplify your holiday!

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3 thoughts on “Cookie Exchange Invitation

  1. Mr. Wonderful said I can come (assuming I get one of them purty invites!?!) if he can come too (or at least bring him home a few samples). Besides, he’s decided you’re his Oma reincarnated since you’re the only one who’s been able to nail her crescent cookies. No pressure, of course! LOL

    Seriously, your invitation is so stinkin’ cute. Even with a cheat sheet, I can’t imagine making it in only 15 minutes. Once again, I’m more than a little impressed. I think you’re now my official crafting superhero.

    • Thanks! The script if called Joy Like Sunshine, the “Cookie Exchange” is Chalk Hand Lettering, and the date and time info is Veggieburger…all free downloads! I’m a font geek, as well as a math one!

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