Individual Packaging

Ribbons? Heat-sealed bags? Tags? What are your favorite ways for packaging cookies solo? 1-2-3 go!

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How to Edit or Delete Your Own Content

Julia M. Usher
Hi, all, I've been receiving an unusually large number of questions about how members can edit or delete their own content. It's super important for you to know how to do this, as I typically do not edit posts for people, unless I happen to see a misclassified image or other typo. It can also take me several hours to days to respond to site inquiries like this, as I work several other jobs. That being said, your surest bet for getting a quick answer is to familiarize yourself with our site...Read More...

Important Reminder about Copying and Posting Characters without Permission

Julia M. Usher
Hi, all, regrettably, I've recently had to delete some images from challenges and other areas of the site due to lack of compliance with Rule #8 of our posting guidelines, which states that artwork (including characters, from Disney, Hasbro, etc.) cannot be copied and posted here without permission from the creator : http://cookieconnection.juliau...READ-BEFORE-YOU-POST In response to those deletions, some members have asked me why so many licensed character cookies exist on the site,...Read More...
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Adjusting Your Email Notifications and Onsite Alerts

Julia M. Usher
We all have different message-reading tastes, so Cookie Connection has been designed to allow for everyone's individual differences! The site's default email and onsite alert notifications are set to show you most of the site info that you could get notified about, just so you're aware of the site's full functionality. But I recognize that this amount of info may (or may not) be overkill for you. That said, I recommend that you edit your "Notifications" settings as soon as you join the site...Read More...

Posting Images - Please Read Before You Post!

Julia M. Usher
Read in Japanese (日本語はこちらから) (Last Translation: August 25, 2017) ________________________________ Hi, all! Before posting images or videos to the Clips area, please review the site's Terms of Use , as well as all of the following posting rules. They are designed to give your images more visibility on the site, to make sure artists are given proper credit for design inspiration and/or source artwork, and to avoid copyright violations. I'll start with the easy cataloging stuff first . . . 1.Read More...
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Packaging Ocean-Themed Cookies with Sugar Sand?

Moondance Cookies
A client would like her ocean-themed royal-icing cookies individually packaged in heat-sealed cello bags along with some "sugar sand" -- a mix of white and light brown sugars that look like sand -- to resemble a beach scene. Has anyone tried this, and did the moisture in the sugars have any effect over time on the cookie's royal icing? I'm concerned that it might make the royal icing go soft, smear, or blotch.Read More...
Last Reply By Anne Marie Adams · First Unread Post

Packaging without Plastic

Biscoot Factory
Hello. I am from India and recently plastic has been banned here (I agree with the decision). I used to pack decorated cookies in sealed cellophane bags, so that they don't go soft soon, but now I am wondering what to do! If anybody has any alternate packaging ideas, kindly let me know. Also how can I pack them in craft paper bags without the paper getting oily? Please help. Thank you.Read More...
Last Reply By Laegwen · First Unread Post

Cookie Cards - Packaging

Hi Fellow Cookiers I have tried to make some 'cookie cards' , by which I mean I attach a cookie to the front of a paper card.  However, my cookies seem to drop off the card very easily, even before I put them in an envelope,  I wonderdd...Read More...
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Reclosable Bag Sizes

GeminiRJ
I'm looking at buying some reclosable bags from U-Line. I'd love input on not only the optimal size, but the thickness of the bags. I can buy either 2 mil or 4 mil bags, and am leaning toward the 4"x4" bags. I can get 1,000 of the 2 mil bags for $27,...Read More...
Last Reply By Sherrie · First Unread Post
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