Got Valentine cookies? We've got cookie packaging!

Saturday 4 February 2017

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Valentine's Day is just around the corner and we have seen some amazing holiday themed cookies popping on Instagram by so many of our customers. If you are packaging up cookies to sell, for gift giving, or to use as party favours, we've got lots of cookie packaging options.

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Our bags and boxes come in a number of different sizes and colours and you can find all of the details on our website

If you are ordering cookies to use as favours for a party, we suggest that you talk to your cookie baker about what kind of favour packaging you want to use.

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Clear bags and boxes are one of our most popular ways to package cookies.
Here's some of our most popular clear packaging options:

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If you are packaging cookies as favours, you may not want clear packaging so be sure to check out our selection of paper and fabric bags. Our paper notion bags come in a variety of different colours, patterns and sizes. Fabric bags are available in cotton, linen, burlap/jute, muslin, lace and organza. Many of these bags are not food safe so you will want to place your cookies inside of a clear food safe bag first.

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Our scallop window bakery box is a great option for cookies. At 4" x 4" x 2.5", it fits most cookies and it's available in white and kraft. Dress up these boxes with ribbon or baker's twine to make these your own.

Want to spend an afternoon with one of our favourite local bloggers? Melissa DiRenzo the creative genius behind The Sweet Escape is hosting a DIY Valentine watercolour cookie workshop in her studio on Saturday February 11th, 2017. Melissa is going to show you how she "paints" her beautiful watercolour inspired cookies and she will inspire you to package them up for gift giving using our packaging products.

valentine cookie workshop with Melissa DiRenzo from The Sweet Escape

 Find out more about Melissa's Valentine Watercolour Cookies Workshop here!

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