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GIVEAWAY: Holiday Cookie Exchange Party Set! (US) -CLOSED-

I have never thrown a cookie exchange party, but this little box of Holiday cheer makes me want to throw one every year! I loved that everything was ready for you, including the bags and cutest little gingerbread men to use as gift tags for your cookie bag. It also comes with full instructions on how to host your party.
  • Invite up to 12 friends to a Cookie Exchange Party during the Holiday Season.
  • As the Party Host, write ones own recipe to give to each of the other guests.
  • Display ID Recipe Cards describing the cookies and name of who baked them in front of each plate of cookies.
  • Package the Cookies in the Cellophane Bags, along with a Gift Tag and Ribbon to secure them.
  • Further decorate the bags with the stickers, or use them to give out to guests and to the cookie contest winners (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place cookies).
This would be great to use or give as a gift, I know we all know people who love to make endless amounts Christmas cookies (think of all those hard to shop for ladies in your life) or help you with that bake sale! These party sets are available at Down East online for $4.99 or 3 for $9.99!  They are also available in stores (UT and ID only Down East Home and Clothing Stores).  Find a location here.  Each kit includes:

One reader will win a Holiday Cookie Exchange Party Set! US only
Fill out the form to enter:

Giveaway will end Tuesday, December 13th at midnight MST. Winner will be chosen by Random.org.  I received above item for free for review purposes.  All opinions are my own. No other compensation was received. Giveaway sponsored by DownEast.  Email addresses will be deleted after giveaway. Your privacy is important. US residents only.


Suzanne
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Comments

strawberry said…
I love butter cookies.
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Barbara said…
peanut blossoms
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Jennifer B said…
My favorite is pumpkin chocolate chip cookies.
Robin said…
I love peanut butter blossom cookies!! Thanks--it would be so fun to hostess a cookie exchange!
Kimberly said…
Love White Chocolate Macadamia Nut
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taam216 said…
My favorite cookie chocolate chip cookies.
Alicia C. said…
My granny's sugar cookie recipe with lots of buttercream frosting! Mmmmmm...
olygirl said…
My very favorite cookies are gingersnaps. I love love love them!
Dana said…
Buckeyes are my favorite! dmatthews38751@yahoo.com
Trista Z said…
pb with kiss in the middle!
KiddieKapers said…
pb oatmeal choc chip!!! homwmade of course!
Nicole B said…
My favorite holiday cookie is probably Almond Lace cookies (Florentines).
Anonymous said…
I love mexican wedding cookies!
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techgurl said…
Mexican wedding cookies and peanut butter are a tie!
jakeremom said…
Chocolate chip cookies are always my favorite.

Kimmie Barnes
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Hifam said…
Peanut butter chocolate chip are my favorite! Jody H
Kimberly said…
I love frosted Sugar Cookies
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Jamie gentile said…
warm gooey chocolate chip cookies
Tenille Packer said…
my fave are chocolate fudge cookies with the chocolate kiss in the middle...yum!!!!
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Miss Sarah said…
I love White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies!!

Thanks for the giveaway!
erica b said…
i love peanut butter cookies
Kathy M said…
I love snickerdoodles!
Theresa said…
I love sugar cookies :)

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dddiva said…
Loaded oatmeal cookies.
carol said…
love sugar cookies the best
mogrill said…
I like Snickerdoodles.
Thanks for the chance.
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