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I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday with your family.  We spent Thanksgiving with Greg’s family – we all met in Virginia for a big Turkey and Ham meal with all the sides.  Everyone has their own favorite item from our Thanksgiving meal.  And for some it is the desert!

So speaking of desert here are some more cookie swaps from my demonstrator meeting.  Well first let me share a pictures of some more of the girls.

Lisa B., Christine and Cindy S.

Lisa B., Christine, and Cindy S. are working on the make&takes from the meeting.  We had three tables with different projects – including a hybrid MDS card that Cindy S. shared with us after talking to the group about My Digital Studio and sharing some of the 12×12 pages she had printed.

Christine was a soon to be demonstrator – Cindy recruited her and she was signing up with the half price special that is going on now.

Christine and Cindy got together to make their swaps.  And here is Christine’s – a green and red bag filled with Green and Red sugar cookies.  Then a topper in green and red.  Stamp set is Sweet Season.

Cindy S. made a cute Santa Hat box for her cookies.  I do have to confess though – now that I took them all out I don’t remember what cookies were in which box.  The Santa Hat box is a triangle box like one I made a year or so ago for Valentine’s – I think it is here on my blog in the archives somewhere.

Cindy used the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder to decorate the Santa hat – it gives such a neat texture to the hat.  The tag is from the Tags til Christmas stamp set in the Stampin’ Up! Holiday mini catalog.  The cording at the top is actually retired but it sure is perfect for this hat.

The last one I wanted to share today is from Lisa B.  I do remember her cookies – mostly because I ate them all – chocolate oatmeal no bake cookies – and they were yummy!

I did get the picture made before I ate them all.  Lisa had them packaged in a cello bag with a cute topper.

Her topper is the Top Note die with the Holly Jolly Designer Series paper.  The squares of designer paper are attached to the top note giving it a quilted look.  A tag from the Tags til Christmas set along with some ribbon finishes this cute package!

And she brought the whole bunch in a nice little basket.

I hope you are enjoying all of these cute ideas on how to package up cookies and treats for the holidays.  These would be easy to adapt for Valentine’s, Easter, birthday, Halloween or anything else that you need little treats for.

I think I’m about half way through all the ideas so be sure to check back for more they are still coming over the next few days.

Have a great rest of the holiday weekend!  I hope you got some great shopping deals if you have been out.

A bingo winner was found right before Thanksgiving – I’ll have the new group ready to go with an update on Sunday – that’s my plan.