We all love a good cookie, right? I know I can’t resist, especially sugar cookies around Christmas time.

Usually my aunt Sherry is the sugar cookie queen, but since she lives in Michigan and I so far away from there, I had to take the reigns this year and find my own little recipe. And I think it’s close to being perfected already!

Holiday coolies look almost as great as they taste.

I had to test it out for this beautiful cookie decorating party that I decorated with these Paper Source goodies! Keep reading for all the decorating steps and festive decor.

Host a cookie decorating partySeveral choices of frosting colors make cookie decorating more fun.

I laid the table out with the Chalkboard Table Runner, which would have been perfect to label the steps or draw pretty little Christmas pictures if I had remembered my chalk (oops!). It was the perfect way to add a special touch to the table, plus super simple cleanup, especially for a messy cookie party!

Luckily, I had the cutest little Reindeer Place Card Holders which acted as my step labels in case anyone forgot in what order to decorate their cookies. I was so excited to get these little guys. I can’t wait to use them again!

Any cookie decorator should have a few choices of sprinkles to choose from.Place a table runner down before decorating your cookies to make clean up a breeze.

The Merry Mini Crackers were the perfect table accessory and I can’t wait to pop them them open on Christmas day. With the Merry Christmas Garland Kit, my party was a hit. Plus I got some pretty cute and tasty cookies out of it.

If you’re looking for a festive party to host with your co-workers, friends or family, a cookie decorating party would be a huge hit!

For more holiday decorating tips, gift guides and general fabulosity, visit Rachel at www.justpeachyblog.org, and don’t forget to share your cookie party pics with us at #YestoPS!


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  1. […] I also really love Christmas decor more than any other holiday – not surprisingly. So when I discovered the Paper Source holiday kits, I just knew I had to indulge. If you’re crafty enough to host a cookie decorating party, you should probably create your own decor. Like I did here! […]