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post #1 of 61
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The theme, as chosen by Taz-from-PR is....

Making designs other than the intended shape with a specific cookie cutter/ Using cookie cutters for another design that it was made for.

For example, making a butterfly in a flower cookie. Sometimes we get frustrated because we don't have a specific cutter, but we can use what we have and do awesome things. For how many designs do you use a cutter that you have? Or maybe, give some use to that seasonal cutter throughout the year.


Happy baking!
post #2 of 61
I can't WAIT to see the cookies people come up with!!!!
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post #3 of 61
oh i have a few in mind-i'm off "work" this weekend so i'll be a busy bee.have the kids funcarnival at school coming up-love that!!)\\
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post #4 of 61
Wow! This sounds like a great idea!
post #5 of 61
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I can't wait to try this one! I have a bunch of ideas... now I just need the time to bake and decorate! Maybe next week.... too many other projects that I'm working on this weekend.
post #6 of 61
Ooh I'm so excited, I can actually participate in this one. Been really busy and not able to hang out here nearly at all, but I have been baking and decorating like crazy. I feel kind of bad, like I'm cheating on cakes and cuppies, but I LOVE doing cookies!

Here's my entry, for my sons Star Wars Jedi Academy party I used a large bell shaped cutter to make Darth Vader helmet cookie favors. I can't wait to see what everyone else does!
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post #7 of 61
andpotts - what an ingenious use of the bell cutter icon_surprised.gif It really couldn't be more perfect. Your Darth Vaders look fantastic thumbs_up.gif
"I'm not a sponge exactly, but I find that something I look at is a great opportunity for ideas." - Martha Stewart
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post #8 of 61
Love the Darth Vaders! I've got a few...

Ekco sold the cookie cutter as a "diamond". But --faster than a speeding bullet! -- I saw through its Clark Kent disguise and saw that it was REALLY the symbol of the man of steel... (Or maybe a sailboat!)


Hmmmm.... attachment didn't work the first time. Trying again....
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post #9 of 61
An acorn is a baby tree....
But also can be a baby-with-a-pacifier, as you can see!
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post #10 of 61
This cookie cutter is a chalice,
but it also makes a pretty dress.
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post #11 of 61
This ice cream cone cutter
also makes a nice Christmas elf.
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post #12 of 61
No snow showers, this time of year?
Never fear!
This snowman cutter works for baby showers, too.
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post #13 of 61
If you poured water into a "10 gallon" cowboy hat,
Would it make a good froggie habitat?
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post #14 of 61
Oh my gosh endymion, your ideas are AWESOME! I have been asking and trying to compile an idea file for othe uses for cokie cutters, there have been some really good ones, but I haven't seen any of the ones you posted, so cool! Come on everybody, more, more!
~Andrea
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post #15 of 61
what an amazing start!!! what wonderful ideas. i'm going to have to use a couple. i love the rattle
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