printable cooking envelope

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hey guys! i’m so excited to welcome back the most lovely abigail page as a contributor for going home to roost! after taking a short hiatus to get hitched (you should see their wedding website!) abigail is back and will be popping in each month with a pretty printable for you. i hope you’ll enjoy these and join me in saying, welcome back abigail! we’ve missed you. :) xo, bonnie

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Handmade gifts can be some of the best – especially when they’re edible! However, there just seems to be something wrong with loads of gorgeous holiday cookies that represent hours and hours of baking… on a plain paper plate with green plastic wrap. These festive cookie envelopes are the perfect way to present just the right amount of sweet to your favorite recipients.

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These can be printed on any lighter color of card stock, and the liner can be made ideally from wax paper (more detailed instructions are on the printables themselves). The closure is where it can get really fun – buttons, ribbons, and washi tape are what I used but I would love to do some with yarn pom-poms, big stickers… it’s really endless. One tip – flat cookies that are less than three inches in diameter work best with these envelopes. If you try to put a very round cookie in there it might not close all the way. Four tiny cookies would also be a really cute option.

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I used this recipe for red velvet crinkle cookies that you can find on my blog here.

printable cookie envelopes!             WED3

Have a fantastic Christmas with your families and friends! -abigail

chapter and page Abigail runs her freelance business with her husband, and when she’s not designing they love to go camping, listen to good music, and go on foodie adventures together!

Comments

  • Super cute! I could also see this idea being used for packaging gift cards or small things like earrings.

  • These are so fantastic!

  • Oh, how adorable! I was just trying to think how I would package homemade pralines for my Christmas baskets. Problem solved!

  • i’m so glad i found your work on pinteres…now i can follow you.i’m loving scrolling upside down in your blog ;)

  • OO I love these! Pinning for later :)

  • Love these envelopes. Thank you for sharing, take care.

  • So cute ! I ♥

  • Great printable & love your blog header banner!

  • These look excellent! What font did you use for the “sugar and spice” envelope?

    • thanks emily! the lettering for these envelopes has been done by hand, so it’s not a font. :) hope you enjoy!

  • Bonnie, thanks so much for responding. I have been on the lookout for something similar but have not been able to put my finger on it until now. Thanks for the inspiration!

  • These are so adorable & such a great idea! It doesn’t mention anywhere what size paper you should use when printing out the templates – would A4 be okay or too small?

    • hey vicki! i think a4 would be perfect!

  • These are fab! Thanks for sharing!

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