You might think a cookie cutter would be limited to cutting cookies. If you have unique shapes in a drawer or basket, keep them there for more than one day. You can decorate or craft with children using Viwi’s cutters. You can also look online for custom cookie cutters via viwiscorner.com/collections/cookie-cutters.
There are so many ways you can use your cookie all year.
1. You can use your favorite dishes to decorate your kitchen. You can either mount them on a grid or hang them from a plate rail to give your kitchen a rustic, homey feel. To suspend one or more curtains in each window, you can use a thin strand of twine or wire.
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If you have curtains in your kitchen, slip a cookie cutter on each tieback. If you have the tools, multiple cookie cutters can be used to replace your knobs in the kitchen cabinets.
2. Create a shadow box and give it to your favorite chef. You can include a recipe, a cookie and other items in the shadow box. This makes a wonderful housewarming gift for someone who loves baking.
3. There are many creative ways to use cookie cutters during the holidays. Instead of using a gift label, attach a cookie cutter with each gift. A cookie cutter could be used to give your child's teacher or a megaphone for your cheerleader daughter.
Add a personal touch to your holiday gift of cookies by wrapping them in cellophane. Wrap the cookies with cellophane and tie it with a bright ribbon or bow. An attached card should contain the recipe for the cookies.