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Cookie prices are determined by the detail and design of your specific cookie order. While a cookie is still a cookie, the amount of hours spent on creating custom designed cookies can vary greatly.  Please keep in mind the more complicated the design, the more time it will take and the higher the price.  I hope that you understand that my time is valuable and a plain round cookie with one color does not take the same amount of time as a complicated custom shape with 5 colors.  


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I understand that some people may need a guideline of my cookie prices and therefore, I have provided the following list, but I cannot stress enough that prices will vary depending on design and quantity of colors.

Simple shapes with 1-2 colors, plus white

$20-30 a dozen, depending on size of cookies

Mini cookies (approx. 1.25") $9 a dozen,
with a 3 dozen minimum unless part of a larger order 

Additional colors will be an additional $1 per dozen


Detailed shapes with 3-4 colors, plus white

$25-50 a dozen, depending on size of cookies

Additional colors will be an additional $1 per dozen


Unless otherwise requested, cookies will be served in a bakery box layered with wax paper in between layers.  However, the following packaging options are available for an additional charge:

Favor Bags (Poly bags with coordinating ribbon) - additional $0.50 per favor

Clear Cookie Jars - additional $2-5 dollars, depending on size of jar

Additional gift box options are available such as Clear Cookie Boxes with 
coordinating ribbon and many others, please inquire if you have a particular gift box idea.





All gift boxes, favor bags and decorative packaging will come with a custom label with a message of your choice, at no additional charge!

I request that you give me at least a 2 weeks notice before requested cookie date, and depending on my schedule, I may or may not be able to accommodate.  This is only a part-time hobby and I apologize for any inconvenience. I do not ship cookies, all orders are available for local pick-up or delivery only.



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