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Cookies And Cookie Cutters

Updated on July 15, 2016

Beautiful Decorated Cookies

. Valentine's Day cookie wreath
. Valentine's Day cookie wreath
Best Ever Butter Cookies
Best Ever Butter Cookies
Easter Cookie Cut outs
Easter Cookie Cut outs
Cotton Candy Cookies
Cotton Candy Cookies
Chocolate Halloween Cut Outs
Chocolate Halloween Cut Outs

Decorating with cookie cutters.

I just love beautiful cookies. Don't You? Okay that was a silly question, Who doesn't like beautiful cookies?

Not only can Cookie Cutters be used for cutting out shapes from cookie dough. They also can be useful in decorating.

Cookie Cutters can be tied together to make a really cute wreath, or they can be tied to an existing wreath.

They can also be used to decorate a Christmas tree. Hang them like they are or add a backing from paper or fabric. Add a cute photo by gluing it to the back of cookie cutter, and tie the cookie cutter onto a gift package.

Wouldn't that be a cute addition to a gift ?


Placed in a large bowl along with pine boughs, red berries and a rolling pin, would make a really cute center piece.

String them together along with some cinnamon sticks, dried apple slices, dried orange slices along with some cranberries would make a charming prim garland.

Use them as napkin rings. You could pull the napkin through the cookie cutter ot tie them on with a pretty ribbon and add a sprig of holly.

Use the cookie cutter to cut shapes out of cheese, lunch meat and bread to make an attractive hor d'oeuvres. Or Layer them together for dainty Tea Sandwiches

Sugar Cookie Recipes that are sure to please

The Best Rolled Sugar Cookie Recipe Whenever you make these cookies for someone, be sure to bring along several copies of the recipe! You will be asked to share it.

Sugar Cookie Cutouts A tried and true recipe for sugar cookies and royal icing

Chocolate Sugar Cookies chocolate lovers, chocolate roll out sugar cookies

Cinnamon Sugar Cookies Stash the dough for these cookie-cutter favorites in the freezer, then bake them off and sparkle them up for everyone on your gift list.

Gingerbread Man Recipe

It's always fun to give or receive cookies as a gift during the holidays. Package them up in a cellophane bag. Tie them up with a length of twine or some ribbon and a cute gift tag .Be sure to include the recipe

Teapot, Teacup And Cupcake Cookie Cutters

Holiday Wreath Making-Using Cookies And Cookie Cutters

Fourth Of July Cookie Wreath Tutorial
Fourth Of July Cookie Wreath Tutorial

Fourth Of July Cookie Wreath Tutorial

Are you looking for a fun way of dressing up your table for the 4th of July?

If so, then this star cookie wreath is easy to make, and doubles as edible party favors too!

You will be the star of the block party, If you bring along this yummy goodness!


Imaging bringing these beauties to your 4th of July block party

Making Cookies

Do you make cookies for the holidays using cookie cutters?

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Salt Dough Cut-Outs

Christmas Tree decorated with Gingerbread cut outs
Christmas Tree decorated with Gingerbread cut outs

Salt Dough Cut Outs

To make up a batch of salt dough.

You will need:


1/2 Cup of Salt

1/2 Cup of Flour

1/4 Cup of water

Knead until a soft dough forms.

Roll out dough on a floured surface.

Cut out shapes.

Be sure to poke a hole in the top, for hanging.

Bake in a 200 degree oven for 3 hours.

Paint your ornament .

Seal with a coat of sealer.

Allow the ornament to dry.

String a cord or ribbon through the hole.

They can also be made with polymer clay.

Do not eat them ... They are for decoration only....Not for Human consumption!


Decorating Apple Cookies ... Teachers would love these

Sugar Cookie Cut-Out Recipe... Fun to make with the children

Whimsical Cookies In Action

I just love beautiful cookies. Don't You? Okay that was a silly question, Who doesn't like beautiful cookies?

Not only can Cookie Cutters be used for cutting out shapes from cookie dough. They also can be useful in decorating.

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      Faythe Payne 

      5 years ago from USA

      thank you

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      Shining Irish Eyes 

      5 years ago from Upstate, New York

      How absolutely creative and a fantastic money saver as well. Thanks for the tips.

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