I’m always dubious of some of the designs requested in our custom collections. I like my collections to be cohesive and to make sense. Sometimes, well, a lot of the time, the collections make sense only to the client and the recipient.
Here are some of the custom collections we created last week. It was a big week for custom collections.
A 50’s collection. With the exception of the record, all of these cookies are new designs for us. A front view of a Chevy, a pair of saddle shoes, a jukebox, fuzzy dice, letterman jacket, cat eye glasses, and a poodle skirt.
This collection clearly makes sense to anyone!!
This seems like an odd combination, but evidently the recipient likes Hot Rod cars, surfing, the Red Sox, and he wants a puppy.
I guess that makes sense…
Aaaand, this collection is for a soldier in Afghanistan. My guess is that he loves his cats, the NY Giants, America, and he’s Irish.
Makes perfect sense to the gift giver and the gift givee…(that’s not a real word, BTW) And that’s all that matters!
This one is a no brainer. It’s our signature Vermont cookie collection done in pinks and softer girly colors. Barns, maple leaves, tractors, cows, milk, the VT Euro tag, and the Great State of Vermont in Electric green!
I really like this one, maybe even better than our classic VT collection!
So the lesson is that it doesn’t matter if I GET the collection, it matters that it means something to the person receiving the cookies.
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