Celebrate Cookie Cutter Week–Decorate With Cookie Cutters
Posted by lindamartinandersen on December 3, 2014
December 1-7 is Cookie Cutter Week. December 4 is National Cookie Day. I celebrated by decorating with cookie cutters. Sorry, no fresh-baked cookie aroma here. Try visiting grandma’s. 😉
One year at Christmas, I decorated my dining room with cookie cutters, cookie press, biscuit cutters, etc. that had belonged to my grandmothers.
This year I decided to switch, swap, and rearrange. One of my favorite games. A cheap one too. This time I decided to feature cookie cutters in a dough bowl. Don’t look for a photograph of me rolling dough. It’s not my thing. Most likely my cookies would be too tough for comfort. Time for another grandma reference: Grandma should have given me lessons. 😉
I’m thankful my grandmothers left me collectables for decorating. I can use them for baking if I choose to. I have had success using a cookie press, but I prefer to make drop cookies. Still, I do love those cookie cutters.
Have you ever hung cookie cutters on your Christmas tree? What about baked cookies? Do you have a favorite cookie story? I hope you’ll share it here.
Enjoy this special week in your own way. Please leave a comment below. Thanks for visiting. Come again and bring a friend.
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