50 and Fabulous

>> Tuesday, August 4, 2009


The biggest tip I have for these cookies is you don't have to run out and buy more cutters. Be creative with the ones you already have.

The sand dollar was cut round by a large drinking glass. I then used my "Christmas" star cookie cutter to position 5 points around the circle. Using a small cutter - cut out a small triangle shape so that your once round circle now has 5 notches.

The flip flop is my Easter egg cutter that I squeezed in on one side. I used the smaller top of the egg at the bottom of the flip flop and you can see it worked well.

The starfish is my Chistmas star cookie cutter, but before it was baked by hand I moved each leg to look more like a starfish and less like a regular star.

I hope that you have as much fun as I do when you are doing your baking - Cindy

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