I think cookies always taste best when they are fresh from the oven. I found some Valentine’s Day Cookie Boxes that guarantee your cookies are always fresh from the oven.
Are these not the cutest thing ever? Yesterday I shared how to make Valentine’s Day cookies. Today I thought it would be fun to share how to package them in Valentine’s Day cookie boxes.
I have a funny “cookies in the oven” story to share with you. If you have read any of my blog posts about filming, then you know that we have filmed at least fifty movies, TV shows, and commercials at our home.
It’s not as if they just show up at our house to film. There is a long selection process that takes first. Every week or so I get a call from a location scout that is looking for a house to film. The location scout comes to our house, takes pictures, and submits them. If they like our home then usually a team of people (including the director) comes to scout our home.
That’s when I put the cookies in the oven. I have no idea if this works, but when you walk into a home and smell home-baked cookies, subliminally I think you might like the house more.
It’s actually worked.
Ok, stop laughing at me. At least now you get the “cookies in the oven” concept. Which likely led to me falling in love with these Valentine’s Day cookie boxes.
Today is the third day of a fun Valentine Series I am sharing with some friends of mine. Here are my first two posts!
Valentine’s Day Cookie Boxes
I found these adorable cookie box “ovens” on Etsy. The artist Claudine Hellmuth is so talented.
What do I love most about these cookie boxes (other than the fact they are so cute!)?
All you need to do is purchase the file for a small fee and download the file. You only need to print the design on white card stock. (It can print six different colors!) Then just cut it out and tape or glue it. You don’t have to wait for anything to ship and you can make as many as you want.
These were so easy to cut and tape together (I used double side tape).
Aren’t they adorable?
I filled each oven with a stack of cookies that I tied with an organza ribbon. You can also put a cupcake in the oven.
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If you want to know how to make these cookies, you can find my recipe and decorating instructions here. I want you to know that they aren’t that hard to make!
Once you put the cookies in the oven (hahaha) you can seal it with tape, a bow or string.
Other Treat Boxes Featured By The Same Artist
I had a hard time deciding between the “ovens” and “heart gift boxes”. I love the Sweets Truck box too!
Who Can You Make Cookie Gifts For?
- Family members (kids, siblings, grandkids)
- Your sweetheart
- Friends and neighbors
- Your favorite delivery person (I had to add this since we have so many things delivered to our home.)
- Teachers and anyone else you want to thank!
More Valentine’s Day Cookie Packaging Ideas
I teamed up with some of my blogger friends and look at these adorable cookie packaging ideas! Just tap on the link to find out more.
Ashley used takeout boxes and homemade heart tags to package cookies for gift giving for Valentine’s Day.
Happy Happy Nester
Want to give a friend some homemade cookies, and you need a cute Valentine’s Gift Box? This cute vintage style printable is the perfect simple gift box.
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