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I’ve got bible study tomorrow morning and wanted to bring something sweet and special for the wonderful ladies in my class. These DIY Goody Bags were just the ticket! I used the new OREO Thins to create an easy little gift for the gals to take home with them after our bible study and fellowship time together.
I love how cute they came out and I can’t wait to pass them out at our meeting tomorrow morning!
I was so excited to try these new cookies. OREO Thins were easy to find at CVS in the Cookies & Crackers section. I shop at CVS a lot because I can always find good deals there. I’m a coupon mama, so there are always good match-up deals each week at CVS and I’m all about saving money.
OREO Thins come in 3 flavors (Golden, Original, and Mint). I knew before I even tried them that Mint would be my favorite and of course it was!
OREO Thins are thinner, crispier cookies, but still have the same great taste as the original.
I thought it would be neat to let my friends sample all of the flavors, so I stacked up 9 cookies, alternating the flavors.
Then I cut a 12″x12″ square piece of clear plastic wrap which I purchased at the craft store. It’s the same kind you use for gift baskets.
I wrapped the plastic wrap around the cookies and tied it with a pretty ribbon. And done! Easy peazy!
What a pretty little gift that tastes amazing! What type of social gathering would you use these for? Maybe a book club, Bunco night, Mom’s Group, teacher gift or any get together. You choose!
Which OREO Thins will you try for your next social gathering?
DIY Goody Bags for Women’s Bible Study
- 3 packages OREO Thins flavor of choice
- 1 roll clear plastic gift wrap
- 6 yards of 1/2" ribbon
Cut 12 pieces of clear plastic wrap (12"x12" each). Set aside.
Cut 12 pieces of ribbon (18" each). Set aside.
Create 12 stacks of cookies (9 cookies each).
Place stack of cookies on piece of plastic. Gather edges and tie with a ribbon. Make a bow. Repeat with remaining cookies, plastic and ribbon.
Makes 12 goody bags.
This is a follow up. I wanted to post a photo of the sweet ladies from my bible study. They loved their goody bags!