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Conversation Heart Cookie Box

Hey there super sweet friends! And hello February, is everybody as excited about all the Valentine treats out in internetladia right now? So much cuteness! I’m pretty sure I say this every year but…why can’t all holidays be pink? I know I know, they can’t. So let’s celebrate all the lovely pink cuteness while we can. Last week I shared conversation heart cookies. I gave the staple Valentine cookie my own update with a silkscreen stencil, you can grab the file to DIY your own conversation heart cookies here. Today I’m back to share part two, the Conversation Heart Cookie Box I hinted at in the cookie post!

Conversation Heart Cookie Box

How cute is this box guys?! And I’m super duper excited to share it’s my first official post with Silhouette this year! You guys already know I use and love both my Silhouette Alta and Silhouette Cameo in my cookie creations. 3D printed cookie cutters and DIY stencils are totally my jam. I love love love to be able to create whatever I want when I want. Today however kicks off a new series of cookie packaging posts. Did you know that cookie packaging is my #2 favorite part of the entire process? It’s true! After the actual frosting part, packaging is everything. Seeing my creations prettied up and ready to be gifted is oh so good.

Conversation Heart Cookie Box

Packaging can not only be a final touch, but the perfect touch! Sometimes a simple DIY package can make a simple cookie turn to magic. This candy heart cookie box is the perfect example. Although these candy heart cookies are super sweet on their own, when you add a DIY jumbo candy heart cookie box – it’s through the roof cuteness. If you’re a cutting machine pro you probably don’t need more info than the candy heart box design ID’s (Box + Sweet Lettering) and the idea, and some supplies. But if you want specifics on how to resize this design to make it a jumbo heart candy cookie box click, sprinkle, and shimmy on over to the Silhouette 101 blog to get the full details!

*Legal guru info: I was provided supplies, materials, and or compensation for this post. The thoughts and opinions are 100%, as always, my own.

PS. The “jumbo version” fit 6-8 three inch hearts. I also made a smaller version with the default file size in Silhouette Studio which fit 2 cookies (stacked). See the little guys just below!

Conversation Heart Cookie Box

I hope you guys loved this new packaging idea. I can’t wait to share another!

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 I’m Toni, the baker, the blogger,  and cookie cutter maker  behind The Sprinkle Factory and I hope you find a sprinkle of inspiration here at The Factory.

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