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Now taking Valentine's Day orders! After speaking with our postal service representative, we feel confident that if we ship Valentine's Day cookies on Feb 1, they should arrive by Valentine's Day. Although they had a backlog during Christmastime, the postal service's priority mail delivery times and prices are still the best option for our cookies, offering much lower prices for similar delivery times than their competitors.

Please be sure to include a gift message to your recipient if you'd like them to know who sent their gift.

Valentine's Day order deadline is Thursday, January 28, 2021 at midnight

Cookie Ornament Sets

cookie ornaments: half dozen, dozen, or two dozen
 | cookie ornaments: half dozen, dozen, or two dozen
$18.00

Springerle cookies were among the traditional ornaments used to adorn Pennsylvania German tabletop trees. Ours are handmade, one at a time, as they have been for hundreds of years. These are actual springerle cookies, but have been cured to hardenĀ for many months, and are ribboned with pretty gold ribbon. They are hard, but still a breakable item. With proper care they will keep for many years as beautiful adornments on your Christmas tree, or as decorations in your home. We have had some in a shadow box for about eight years now! We do enclose detailed, simple care instructions with each order. We have many hundreds of designs, and ask that you allow us to choose a nice mix for you. Designs will vary greatly, and include people scenes, animals, fruits and flowers, holidays, and many other traditional motifs. We will NOT duplicate any designs in your order. Each order comes with a brochure on the history of springerle cookies. Try these on a feather tree with traditional popcorn garland...simple, elegant, and gorgeous! The play of light and shadow within the branches of a Christmas tree serves to exquisitely highlight the designs of these ornaments. We are sure you will love them! *We offer the two-dozen quantity at a significant savings so you can decorate a whole feather tree in springerle ornaments, as pictured on our home page*