Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Challenge #2: Cookie Cutter Challenge

So how many cookies and treats have YOU consumed this holiday season?  I intentionally did not bake much, but my dear friends loaded me up anyway with their own delicious creations.  Foiled again!

I have discovered the secret to making sugar cookie cutouts with kids...

Gordon's Food Service pre-cut out and frozen sugar cookies!  They are delicious!  And all you have to do is take out as many as you like and bake them.  They even have tubs of frosting ready to go!  Genius!  My kids love the decorating part and I don't get frustrated with the lack of actual shaped cookies we are able to make.  It is a win, win!

The downside of all of my brilliant cookie baking short cuts is that I have no need to get out my lovely collection of cookie cutters...until now!

Challenge #2:  Use a cookie cutter either ON your project or to make something for your project! 

Here are some great ideas to get you started:
Melting beads in a cookie cutter
Cookie Cutter Garland

and here is some inspiration from our Design Team.  Sigh.  I love these ladies!



  1. I'm just seeking out my cookie cutters now! I love your examples!

  2. great challenge and great inspiration...I had to look hard to see the cookie cutters! I am gonna have to buy a set just for scrapping since I am not a baker!

  3. These are awesome! I tried misting with a cookie cutter and, as the kiddos would say, it was an "epic fail". LOL! After seeing these, I'm inspired to try again!

  4. such wonderful inspiration! hmm I'll have to think on this one to see if I can come up with something.

  5. Such a creative idea! love the idea. The DT's work are very inspirting. TFS


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