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Decorating cookies during the holidays is so much fun and having a cookie decorating party is even more fun with this Cookie Decorating Cart…perfect for birthday parties, too.




Candy Melts



Cookie cutters

Cookie mix

Paper plates


Paper boxes

Cricut premium vinyl

Craft Smart Straight Scissors

Cricut Weeder Tool

Cricut StrongGrip Transfer Tape

Sharpie Black Permanent Marker

White Lexington 3-Tier Rolling Cart by Simply Tidy

Ashland Glass Milk Bottles with Lids

Recollections White Cardstock Paper

Ball Regular Mouth Pint Mason Jars



1.First, CLICK HERE for the design in Cricut Design Space. TIP: Label the cart with a Cricut. If you do not have a Cricut, then keep it simple and handwrite the labels on cardstock.

2.Now, CLICK ‘Make It ’in the upper right corner, and then click ‘Continue ’in the lower right corner of your screen.

3.Place the vinyl, grid-side down, onto your cutting mat and load it into your Cricut machine. Select ‘Vinyl ’as your material and follow the prompts to cut out your design. Once the machine has finished cutting, gently peel the vinyl away from your mat.

4.Use scissors to cut away the vinyl around your design. Next, use your weeder tool to peel away the remaining negative space surrounding the initial and name. When you’re done, only the design itself should be left on the backer paper.

5.Cut a piece of transfer tape that’s just a bit larger than the design. Peel away the tape’s backer paper and place the tape, sticky-side down, over this part of the design. Burnish the vinyl so that it’s completely stuck to the tape.

6.Now, gently peel the white backer paper from the cut-out design, which now should be stuck to the transfer tape.

7.Hold the transfer tape with the design over your surface to determine where you’d like it placed. Make sure it is straight; then press it onto your surface. Burnish the vinyl once more to make sure it’s completely stuck to the surface and gently peel away the transfer tape, leaving the vinyl transferred to your surface. Repeat for each tray.

8.Fill Mason jars and bottles with baking items such as frosting, Candy Melts and sprinkles. Add ready-to-decorate cookies to the large jar. TIP: Make sure to wash and dry all your containers prior to adding any food items.

9.Next add your cookie cutters, cookie mixes and containers you plan to use for gifting the cookies to friends.


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