Celebrated on December 22nd

National Cookie Exchange Day

+ National Cookie Exchange Day

Challenge #1

Can you draw the largest chocolate chip cookie you can imagine?

Did you know: The world's largest chocolate chip cookie was HUGE It was weighed in at more than 40,000 pounds! The heavy cookie was 102-feet-wide. It was made and baked by the Immaculate Baking Company in Flat Rock, North Carolina in 2003. The previous record was 80-feet-wide. That is a lot bigger than a quarter! The company built a special oven to make the larger than life cookie.

Source: The Cravory

Challenge #2

Can you draw Sesame Street's Cookie Monster eating a cookie?

Did you know: Cookie Monster debuted his song “A Cookie is a Sometimes Food,” which teaches the merits of moderation in eating habits. Oddly enough, the big blue beast rarely feasts on actual cookies—the oil and chocolate would stain the Muppet costume—but on rice crackers painted to look the part.

Source: LISTVERSE

Challenge #3

Can you draw a girl scout selling cookies?

Did you know: Elizabeth Brinton, often called the "Cookie Queen," holds the record for selling the most Cookies during her days as a Scout. During her monarchy, she sold more than 100,000 boxes, with clients that included Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and Sandra Day O'Connor.

Source: Thrillist