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post #61 of 95
momsandraven
LOve the christmas trees, they remind me of the green popcorn ball trees my mom use to make ,she frosted them like that. Yum,now another thing Ill have to think about making.
Your other cookies are great too! Like your idea for the fur on the gloves and stockings.
Aunte Mame
"Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death."
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Aunte Mame
"Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death."
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post #62 of 95
omg yall...i sent pics of my cookies to school w/ my sister...i got orders for 76 cookies...YAY!!!!! im sooooooooo happy!!! just had to share w/ some peopl who would understand my excitment!!!!
~~Tiff~~

"Dance as if no one were watching, sing as if no one were listening, and live each day as if it were your last"
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~~Tiff~~

"Dance as if no one were watching, sing as if no one were listening, and live each day as if it were your last"
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post #63 of 95
Everyone's cookies are so great! TiffTurtle- congratulations on your orders!! I finally have some cookies to add to the cookie club....I made these for a cookie exchange at my women's club meeting today- and I got orders for more (woo-hoo)!!
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post #64 of 95
I have a question about the rules...

"Please do not post monthly theme cookies to your personal album or cookie Gallery until after the monthly theme has expired. The reason for this is that as a group we all decided each picture must be new and not previously uploaded to the Galleries. Seeing that we have no way of knowing when pictures were uploaded this will help to prevent any squabbles about people using previously uploaded pictures. "

In the gallery, doesn't it give the date uploaded now? Can we change this rule? Please? I don't have very many pics in the gallery and am impatient to add some more!

Amber
post #65 of 95
sweetamber, your snowflakes are gorgeous! I have that set of cutters too, but mine weren't as pretty as yours.
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post #66 of 95
Oh, my! Those cookie cutters would scare me to death, but they came out so beautifully.
This has turned out to be a very interesting thread.
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Tommy's favorite song? Roll roll roll your goat
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Tommy's favorite song? Roll roll roll your goat
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post #67 of 95
sweetamber... WHERE did you get those cutters!?! I must have them!!! Your cookies are fantastic!!!
Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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post #68 of 95
Thanks for all the compliments! Melvira- I used a single copper cutter (bought at a specialty shop in Florida) and an 8 piece set that I got from King Arthur Flour at www.bakerscatalogue.com . They no longer sell that set, they only have a smaller one, but I did find an 8 piece set direct from the manufacturer:

http://www.randm.us/products.asp?ccid=19#"

You'll have to scroll almost all the way to the bottom of the page, but it's there icon_wink.gif . It's slightly different than the one I have, but close enough! Here is what my cutters look like
LL
post #69 of 95
ps- the item # for the cutter set is 1989-02...that might help you find it easier!

Amber
post #70 of 95
wow sweetamber those snowflakes are super!! I would like to know how you transport them...are they as sturdy for you as regular ones or do you have to do something special?

Jullia
post #71 of 95
Thanks for the info sweetamber!! Those are so gorgeous! Kudos to you.
Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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post #72 of 95
Thanks! I use a rolled shortbread recipe for them (sorry- can't share that one folks!) and they are amazingly sturdy and tender at the same time. A soft cookie might be a little trickier though.

Does anyone else agree with me about the rule change or am I the only one?

Amber
post #73 of 95
I have a 5 pc. cutter set that includes some of these. I made a batch using NFSC to take to my Mom's house last weekend and they held up just fine. No special handling required. Here'a a link to the set that I have:

http://www.cookiecutter.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=682&HS=1

I love that they come in the tin, I worry less about them getting bent in my bin that way!
Time that you enjoyed wasting wasn't wasted.
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post #74 of 95
Dopey me! dunce.gif It never occurred to me that the inside openings were from tiny cutters like that. I guess I just assumed they were all one piece. It makes a lot more sense now. Thank you for the info.
I don't know who makes the rules. I'd like the 3 picture rule amended, myself. Several people have wanted to post more than that.
Tommy's favorite song? Roll roll roll your goat
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Tommy's favorite song? Roll roll roll your goat
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post #75 of 95
Here is my latest experiment. They are some dipped oreos that have dreidels "imbedded" in them. Obviously, the ones with white and dark chocolate together are my favorite.

Kathi
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