Party Recap

This year I planned a cookie exchange with my nieces/nephews and children of family friends. Of course the adults were welcome to join as well. I requested that they all bring 4 dozen of any cookie of their choosing (and no repeats). We had a huge assortment of cookies and other snacks as well.


Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    this party was based around the dessert

  • Activities / Games

    Create your own Hot Cocoa Mug and snowman making with craft foam

  • Party Favors

    Cookie Containers and Hot Cocoa Mugs

  • What People Ate

    Cookies, cookies and more cookies with a side of fruit and Mac-n-cheese

  • What People Drank

    Hot Cocoa, Milk, Coffee and Tea


Party Helpers



  • Kelia J

    Kelia J wrote:

    too cute how did u make it please share

  • Tina F

    Tina F wrote:

    I made it using a styrofoam cone from the craft store and toothpicks. I started with the strawberries and then add the grapes and blueberries around them. It was so easy and everyone loved it!

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    Tracy S wrote:

    I would love to know how you made these little guys :) If you could email me the instructions I would really appreciate it :) Totally cute party. Thanks tracy.soko@yahoo.com

  • Tina F

    Tina F wrote:

    Hi Tracy, these little guys are so easy to make and a huge hit. Here are all the ingredients you need Mini Donuts (bottom) Donut Holes (head) Marshmallows (arms & Feet) Mini M&M's (nose) Fruit Roll-up (scarf) Smarties (ears) Edible Marker (eyes & paws) use icing in bag (sold in grocery store) for assembly Let me know if you have any questions.

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    Stephanie E wrote:

    where did you get these cups?

  • Tina F

    Tina F wrote:

    These cups were bought at The Dollar Tree last year

  • Tina F

    Tina F wrote:

    These cups were bought at The Dollar Tree last year.