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Heartfelt Collection: Cookie Favor

By: Kim Scheidermayer for Arnold Grummer's

Make your big day memorable with the Heartfelt Collection from Arnold Grummer's Paper Making Kits and Supplies -- these handmade wedding favors will be a great gift for your guests.


  • Scraps of handmade or decorative paper
  • Cellophane bag
  • 6" Ribbon
  • Hole punch
  • Cookie or other favor
  • Scissors


  1. To make the header card for your favor, measure the width of your cellophane bag and add 1/4"-1/2". This is the width of your header. So tear or cut the header from a scrap of handmade paper to this width x 4". You will fold the paper in half so the header is 2" on each side. If you don't have any scrap handmade paper, you can always use decorative paper.
  2. Place cookie or favor into cellophane bag and place header onto it. Punch two holes to each side of center, carefully holding all three layers even (header front, cellophane bag, header back). Thread raw edges of ribbon through holes, cross at back, thread back to front creating a bow. Trim.
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