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It's time for our 16th Annual ScrapGirls Cookie Exchange and you're invited! We have a special, free recipe card template to help you get started, but don’t feel obligated to use it. We love cookies, and we love getting new cookie recipes to try, so all participants will receive a sweet little treat just for joining in. When you send us your recipe card, you're automatically on the list to receive everyone else's cards.

Here's how to join in the fun:

  •  Design a 4x6-inch recipe card (at 300dpi) using mostly Scrap Girls products. Use one of your favorite holiday cookie, candy, or sweet treat recipes - something "tried and true" is preferred.
  • All skill levels are encouraged to participate! If this is your very first time to try your hand at digital scrapbooking or if you’re a pro, please join in the fun!
  •  When you design your card, avoid putting any text within ¼ inch of the edges. Anything close to the edges can get cut off when the card is printed.
  • Place your name or Scrap Girls Forum username somewhere on the recipe card (small text is fine).
  • Save your design as a JPG file, with a file name that includes your name or ScrapGirls Forum user name (for example, my file might be called aprilshowers_gingercrinkles.jpg.) We want to know who made what!
  • Attach your card to an email and send it to cookieexchange@scrapgirls.com. Please include your first and last name in the body of your email. A confirmation will be emailed to each person who sends a recipe card so they know their card was received. Please allow 48 hours for confirmation.
  • Cards MUST be received by Midnight (ET) on Wednesday, December 15th.
  • Unfortunately, if you don't send in a recipe card, you will not be able to get a copy of all the cards. No exceptions. Your recipe card is your ticket to all the fun!
  • We ask that you not post your recipe card in your Gallery, Facebook, or anywhere else until the swap is over. This way, we can all be surprised by the cards we get! You can post your own card in the Gallery or anywhere else any time after December 15th.
  • Please don’t sell or give away any of the finished cards on blogs, emails, etc. You may print some or all the recipe cards as a gift for someone you know personally, but wide-scale distribution or sale is not allowed, as per our commercial use terms, which can be read in full here.
  • You can submit more than one card, if you wish - the more the merrier!

On or before December 17th, each participant will receive the links (via email - the same way that links come when you buy Scrap Girls products) to download the recipe card files. Participants will need to include their First Name, Last Name and email address for us to send them the recipes.

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4 hours ago, MariJ said:

I'm having a hard time finding one I haven't scrapped yet.   😱

 

1 hour ago, Smiles said:

Me too, Marilyn!  I have a few classics, and I've already done them!

I have the same problem. I end up doing a recipe I've done before with new supplies. Though I do have a new almond flour cookie recipe I'll do for this year.

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Yay for the cookie exchange! I was hoping we'd do one again this year. @April Showers @Smiles @MariJ  I haven't been doing this as long as you have, but I'm still finding it hard to find recipes I haven't already posted. I might have to go deep into the oldies that I made when the kids were little, LOL.

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