It is that time of year again that we put on our baking hats and make yummy holiday cookies. I used to make a bunch of different kinds, but now thanks to Cookie Exchange parties I can make a lot of one flavor and share it with my friends. Cookie Exchange Party Favors are a must.
I end up with five dozen assorted cookies and I only had to make one kind. Not a bad deal? Each year of my cookie exchange party I try to come up with creative holiday games and cookie exchange party favor ideas.
This year I happen to see some candy sprinkles in bulk on sale at my grocery store. Not sure how I could use them I decided to buy one container. Our craft store has tons of clear empty plastic ornaments and this is how I came up with this fun cookie exchange party favor idea, sprinkles in an ornament. This post may contain affiliate links.
These sprinkle ornaments would actually make a great gift packaged with some sugar cookie mix!
What you need for these Cookie Exchange Party Favor Ideas
Check out our yummy hot cocoa cube party favors we made recently.
Now How make these Sprinkle Ornament Cookie Exchange Party Favors
First, take off the top of the plastic ornament.
Using a funnel to fill the ornaments was easier and not as messy.
OOPS these ornaments are not sealed on top, everything spills out. What to do now?
A little scotch tape on the cover will work just fine. Just be sure to seal the tape on the edges.
Success, the sprinkles inside our holiday party favor no longer fall out!
I thought these were super fun and really be a hit at your cookie exchange party!
Get all your Holiday Baking Needs for your cookie Exchange!
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