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I can think of few things better than freshly baked cookies. A cookie exchange is one of those very few better things because it combines delicious cookies, in a wildly scrumptious assortment and good times with good friends. Win and win.

My friend Joanna Hawley of Jojotastic is the current Creative Director for Ziploc's holiday collection (I previously blogged about her incredible gig here.). She lives way up in Philly, and I'm way down here in North Carolina, so an actual cookie exchange wasn't quite possible for us to do together this year. But thanks to Joanna's great eye for great tableware (wink) I was able to be there for her fun cookie exchange, more or less.

This fun little video is part of Ziploc's holiday campaign, which is filled with some really great content; A major nod to Joanna here, she put together some great recipes, DIY's, and tips for the collection! I was so excited to see my platters, cake stands, and bowls used here with vintage glassware, other ceramics, and Ziploc products. This mix and match philosophy is one of my absolute favorites, and is exactly how my own home functions. Mixing commercial, vintage, and handmade pieces allows for a table setting that is completely unique, visually interesting, sentimental, and budget friendly. Plus it has that perfect sense of effortlessness style and fun sophistication. These are the kind of table settings that totally pull you in, and make you feel like you could walk right up to the table and be a part of the party! Check out the video below, and you'll see just what I mean. 

A huge thank you to Joanna for including me in this project, and Ziploc too!


**All photos and video content from Ziploc.


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