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Girl Scout cookie time is one of my favorite times of the year! (But maybe not for my thighs!).
While I don’t have any Girl Scouts (which makes me sad since I was a Girl Scout as a girl, but the troops in our area just aren’t active) – this is a great time to sell Girl Scout related products.
You shouldn’t have to look hard to find a Girl Scout and sell her parents some cookie selling gear made with your Silhouette or Cricut.
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When is Girl Scout Cookie Season?
Officially, Girl Scout Cookie Season runs from January to April. As a crafter looking to sell products to Girl Scouts, you should start marketing at the end of December or the beginning of January.
30+ Girl Scout Cookie Sayings for Crafters
It’s cookie season
It’s cookie time
Cookie Coordinator (Perfect for mom or leader!)
I love cookies!
Everybody needs a box of cookies
Cookies make everything better
Cookies make me happy
I’m just here for the cookies
(Any number here) of your usual?
Stop! Cookies for sale
A balanced diet is a cookie in each hand
Honk for cookies – Troop Number
But first, cookies
No soliciting – unless you have cookies
Eat, Sleep, Sell Cookies
Peace, Love, & Cookies
You can’t buy happiness but you can buy cookies!
Show me the cookies!
Cookies, that’s how I roll
Official cookie tester (Great for a sibling of a Girl Scout!)
I never met a cookie I didn’t like
Keep calm, I have cookies
Life is short, eat good cookies
Life is short, eat cookies for breakfast
Eat more cookies
Need cookies? I’m your girl!
Girl Scouts and Trademarks
Don’t forget, ‘Girl Scouts’, ‘Girl Scout’, and ‘Girl Scout Cookie Program’ are registered trademarks of Girl Scouts of the United States of America and cannot be used without prior written permission. Unfortunately, you also cannot use the Girl Scouts logo, or any of the cookie names (Thin Mints®, Carmel deLites®, Tagalongs®, etc) as they’ve protected them with trademarks. However, generic sayings are acceptable to sell.
Remember, you should still check the TESS database for trademark conflicts before using these phrases on products for sale.
Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.