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Shoppes at Society Hill Towers
Philadelphia, PA 19106

PHONE & FAX Phone: (267) 479-0000
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Cookies by Design Franchise
COOKIE BOUQUET - UNDER THE SEA {A390}
This enchanting scene of sea creatures will delight people of all ages for any occasion.
Starting at $17.99
Cookies by Design Franchise

For over twenty five years Cookies by Design has been helping our customers to send gourmet gifts that say they care. Cookies by Design offers creatively designed edible custom cookie arrangements, classic cookie gift baskets, cookie cakes, and gourmet cookie bouquets and cookie trays, filled with delicious hand decorated cookies. Our cookie bouquets can be customized for any occasion and can always be personalized with a name or special message. Browse our wide selection of fresh baked gourmet cookie baskets and you will see we have cookies for any occasion.

Jun 22, 2017

Coming Home: 7 Meaningful Housewarming Gifts

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Jun 15, 2017

Your Father’s Day Gifting Solution

Having a hard time shopping for dear ol’ Dad? Give him more than the usual gift card or pair of socks. Finding fun, meaningful Father’s Day gifts isn’t easy—fortunately, we have what you need. Introducing our latest Build-A-Bear collaboration (and … Continue reading
Mar 14, 2017

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day the Cookies By Design Way

St. Patrick’s Day’s origins surround a Priest’s story of service mixed with legend. According to St. Patrick he was kidnapped and taken to Ireland as a teen. After escaping slavery years later, St. Patrick eventually returned to Ireland to spend … Continue reading