Saint Nick's Cookie Exchange: Decor, Menu, & Music

Saint Nick's Cookie Exchange: Decor, Menu, & Music

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Regina Yunghans
Nov 18, 2013

Children who leave their shoes out for Saint Nick on the eve of Saint Nicholas' Day (December 5) will find candy in them in the morning. But although finding candy in your shoe and eating it is appealing when you're six, it might not have the same draw when you're all grown up. Here's a fun and equally sweet way to celebrate: throw a cookie exchange party!

Here we've compiled a few stellar cookie recipes, some drinks to share while exchanging with friends, and a few savory snacks to prevent sugar overload as you taste each other's contributions:

The Decor:

  1. Painted Winter Evergreen Forest on wood by Khristykim on Etsy, $50
  2. Kartell FL/Y Suspension Lamp from AllModern, $310
  3. Silver Birches letterpress flat cards by Red Bird Ink, set of 6, $17
  4. Seasonal Collection mug set from Heath Ceramics, $140
  5. Pool of Dots oval table runner by Karen Thurman Design on Etsy, $110
  6. Birch Candle Holders from Brika, set of 3, $36
  7. Yule Town Platter from Crate & Barrel, $12
  8. Kuusikossa plywood tray by Marimekko, $38.50
  9. Timber Ceramic Server from Crate & Barrel, $12
  10. Oiva Red Teapot from Marimekko, $98
  11. Khadhi Laundered Linen Napkins from Couleur Nature, set of 4, 77.50
  12. Small Gray Plate with raised edge by FiftyOneandaHalf on Etsy, $15
  13. Marais AC Chair, galvanized, from Industry West, $155
  14. Barn House wood dining room table from Zin Home, $1,600

The Menu:

The Music:

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