Some Ideas You Can Try With Cookie Cutters

Cookie cutters complete kitchen in any household, making it a common name. Basically, this brings life to the cookies you make and bring cute shapes on it as well. This as a result makes your cookies more fun to eat. Here are some basic cookie cutter shapes that you can buy from the market.

Christmas tree decoration — even if your cookie cutter isn’t of a holiday theme, you could still create a beautiful Christmas tree ornament using it. Just find a photo of your kids at about the age when they’ve been using the Copper Cookie Cutter Store. Then, just put the cutter over the picture and place it at the centre in order to get the best look possible. Then after, just trace the perimeter edge of the cutter shape and cut out the picture. As soon as you are done, put a small bead of strong glue around the rim of the cutter and stick the photo. Wrap the ribbon outside of the cutter and add loop for ornament hanger and voila, you’ve made yourself a new addition to your tree ornament collection.

Family table centrepiece — do you want something fun to be added to your table decor for your family dinner? Well if you do, why don’t you pull out a handful of your cookie cutters from http://thecoppercookiecutterstore.com. Here, what you must do is place a mat in the centre of your table, add the collection of candles with different sizes and shape and surround it with the cutters.

Put several of it on the top of each other in order to give height and interest. As everyone gathers around the table, for sure, all of them would be surprised to see what you have done. And from there, the conversation would be so fun since everyone will remember the special times that they’re associated with the cutters, their favourite cookies as well as the people they shared them with. Come to think of it, with your cookie cutters, you can turn a simple meal to a special one.

Cookie cutter grape vine wreath — this is going to be a very fun activity for you and for your children especially in a rainy afternoon. Find all cookie cutters you have with the same theme be it for sesame street characters, Christmas, Easter and so forth. And then, collect different colours of sturdy card stock that are complimenting your theme. When through, you just have to trace the cookie cutter shapes to paper and cut them out. Then, add a ribbon to the wreath and decorate it with the cookie cutter pieces. Make sure that you go to http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bon-appetit/the-weirdest-cookie-cutte_b_4475274.html for more facts.

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