Christmas Cookie Tags: Free Printable

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For the past two years, I’ve hosted a Christmas cookie swap in our home: Everyone arrives with a few dozen homemade cookies, spreads them out on the table, and gathers around talking and sampling. There are kid crafts, a photo booth, and music playing throughout. It is as amazing as it sounds (if you like cookies or socializing, at least)! At the end of the night, each guest takes home a box of all sorts of cookies, and for us, we eat cookies for breakfast and clean up Christmas confetti for days on end. What joy!

As you can imagine, Covid has put this year’s party on hold, but I can’t give up the Christmas cookies! Instead, we’ll be safely baking treats and delivering them to our friends instead. If you’d like to join in on the Christmas cheer, you can download these printer-friendly tags and deliver a batch of goodness yourself (cookies not included)!

Christmas Cookie Free Download

Another fun option to consider would be to do a virtual party where it’s coordinated so that each person receives a new cookie recipe to try from someone else. Everyone could bake each others’ recipes and then taste test over Zoom while catching up and spreading cheer!

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Leigh Ann Parker is a recovering self-declared non-domestic woman passionate about creating an environment where her husband (Cody) and son (Sully) feel loved and supported. While that should probably look like a home-cooked meal or a clean house, it is usually through a dance party, made-up game, or delivery pizza. A former elementary teacher and technology integration specialist, now stay-at-home mom, she spends her time building memories through play, creating digital resources for families, and getting as many smiles from her Sully as possible. Motherhood has brought Leigh Ann more joy than she could have ever imagined, both in the biggest and smallest of ways!

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