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Monday
Oct172011

COLLABORATION // NOT WITHOUT SALT

We are so excited to share about our first collaboration with one of our favorite chefs out there. Ashley Rodriguez authors the wonderful food blog, Not Without Salt and we were thrilled when she asked us to design some goodies to go along with her brilliant Random Acts of Cookies movement. If you're not familiar with Random Acts of Cookies you can read more about it here. Joke designed the branding along with a printable recipe card (Chocolate Chip Toffee Bars, anyone?), gift tags, gift labels and cookie bag pins. You can download the recipe card and gift tags over at Not Without Salt and the gift labels and cookie bag pins right here and here.

{Photographs by Sally J Shim}

There are so many options for packaging with these printables. The little note can be used as a gift tag (cut out, hole punched) or note card (cut and placed inside a glassine envelope). For the cookie bag pins you can print them on to cardstock, cut them out, make two slits on the front of a bag and slip it in. You can print the gift labels on to white sticker paper, cut them out and seal boxes or bags with them. We hope you have fun playing around with the paper goods and giving friends and neighbors some sweet treats. We're planning to bake up a batch of Ashley's Chocolate Chip Toffee Bars to give to some of our favorite teachers.

{Photographs by Not Without Salt}

Reader Comments (4)

How generous of you! The look of the tags is adorable. A great way for you to take part in the generosity and fun that is inherent to this "movement!"

10.17.2011 | Unregistered CommenterMaia

So cute and generous, as always. Can you tell us where you got those great boxes? I'm looking for some packaging like that. Thanks!

10.17.2011 | Unregistered CommenterBecky

MAIA // Thank you! We love the idea behind this movement. A little kindness can go a long way! :)

BECKY // The boxes are from my (Sally) stash purchased wholesale years ago. You might check your local restaurant supply store for something similar.

10.18.2011 | Unregistered CommenterSHIMTOKK

Love this!

10.22.2011 | Unregistered CommenterNikole

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