Wednesday, July 28, 2010

How to Package Cookies for Shipping . . . Works for Me Wednesday

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Have you ever wondered about the best way to package and ship decorated cookies?  In this VLOG post, I'll show you how.  

{And come see the World's Largest Bag of Packing Peanuts while you're there!}

18 comments:

  1. Watched and loved the video!
    Those packing peanuts are hilarious!

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  2. Loved it!!! Fantastic tips!!

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  3. How funny I was just debating this issue in my head this morning on my way to work. My son and I attended Scout camp a few weeks ago and it is run by the boy scouts. They were all so great and we want to put together a care package as a thank you to the staff...so THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!

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  4. Congratulations Bridget on everything, especially the new gig.

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  5. Congrats on your new gig! You're getting more famous everyday:)

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  6. LOVE the video and peanuts! lol

    now I'm headed to check out the new gig I've been hearing about!

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  7. Hi Bridget! I am hosting my in laws 50th anniversary party in Minnesota on 8/15. I am wanting to order some wedding cake cookies (120). How much would those be? I was going to ask Amanda in MN too ... can't decide whether to do a cake and cookie mixture, just cake? Still not sure. Thanks!

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  8. congratulations on the new gig! Very impressive!

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  9. I have had more than my fair share of mishaps as a result of broken cookies. Thankfully, they'd break BEFORE I sent them off though, so I could make something else instead. Great video, and wonderful tips! Very helpful!

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  10. You read my mind! I was Googling this last night. I want to send my mom cookies for her birthday next week =)

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  11. great vlog, love the dot transitions.

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  12. Oh, I'm SO happy for you Bridget! Great article. I'm sure it has inspired a lot of readers who were afraid to try cookie decorating. Now I'm just waiting to see your book on the shelf when I walk into the cookbook section of my local bookstore. Hope you're working on the cookbook as one of your many projects!

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  13. Great tips! I really love your Works for Me Wednesday posts... I think I will have to participate one of these weeks, too.

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  14. Hello! I`m from Brazil and I LOVE your blog (you must hear it a lot! hehehe).
    After reading it, I decided to try to make decorated cookies. It was a disaster. Im terrible doing it, but Im going to try again (never give up!).
    Thanks for the inspiration!
    Brazilians hugs!

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  15. So cool that you are in Houston! I didn't know that! I'm down in Clear Lake.

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