Every year I host a cookie exchange party at my house. It is so much fun. I enjoy being able to connect with my friends during the busy holiday season. Plus, we all go home with a ton of delicious treats. 

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On Monday I shared all the details about the mod and merry cookie exchange party. I created some printables to go along with all of the party decor and I am so happy to be able to share these printable with all of you!

I normally just use a Facebook event invitation to invite all my guests, but I created an invitation for you to print out and use.

 

Download: Mod & Merry Cookie Exchange Invitation

I am also including the printables in this series in my Etsy shop, but my readers get them absolutely free! (These downloads are for personal use only. Do not share the direct link to the .pdf/.jpg file. Please link back to the original post when sharing.)

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When each guest arrives, we set out the packaged cookies on the counter. I created some table tents to label each person’s packages. You could also use these for labeling food or drinks.

Download: Mod & Merry Table Tent

I used plain light blue paper cups for the drinks. To dress them up, I added printable stickers. I printed them on plain sticker paper and cut them out with an 1 1/2″ punch. You could also print these out on cardstock and attach them to lollipop sticks to use as decorations for cupcakes.

 

Download: Mod & Merry Cookie Exchange Stickers

Once the guests have arrived, had a chance to visit and eat some food, we all vote on the cookies and the packaging. I printed out these voting sheets on plain white cardstock and trimmed them with my paper trimmer. 

Download: Mod & Merry Voting Sheets 

I always like to send my guests home with a little favor as a thank you for coming. This year, I created cookie cutter charm necklaces. I packaged them up in little red treat boxes. I printed out the thank you stickers on white sticker paper and punched them out with my 1 1/2″ punch

Download: Mod & Merry Thank You Stickers

You can see how the party came together and all the printables in use here: Mod & Merry Cookie Exchange Party

Note: I use an HP Envy 7640 printer for all my printables. It prints beautifully every time no matter what type of paper I am printing on.

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