We don’t know about you, but Anna and I love taking a simple, everyday object and using it for an extraordinary purpose. That’s what today’s post is all about. Allow us to demonstrate Eleven Charming Ways To Use Cookie Cutters This Christmas!
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First, use Christmas cookie cutters as charming napkin rings. How cute and how easy is this?
Cute Mug Cookies
Use snowflake cookie cutters to cut out snowflake-shaped homemade marshmallows to add to your hot chocolate.
Check out several delicious hot chocolate recipes here.
Check out an easy homemade marshmallow tutorial and recipe here.
Make a batch of mini sugar cookies, place them in a mason jar, add a note and/or the recipe and give as an edible homemade DIY gift. You could also attach a few mini cookie cutters to the jar with a piece of twine as an extra cute touch. Find a great sugar cookie recipe here.
With a thin ribbon, tie three different sizes of cookie cutters together and hang them on your Christmas tree, on a fireplace mantel, or hang in a window.
Another idea is to make a DIY Gift Basket and fill it with baking supplies and a set of cookie cutters. Or, tie them onto a Christmas gift with ribbon in place of a bow.
Edible Christmas Trees
Top a pie by using mini cookie cutters to cut fun shapes out of the pie crust. Find a quick and easy 3 ingredient pie crust recipe here.
Finally, make a darling DIY wreath for your kitchen, or as a gift for someone who loves to bake. Tie or hot glue the cutters together forming a circle. Add a festive bow at the top and Ta-Da! A cute wreath that comes together in a matter of minutes. So festive and fun!
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