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Cookie Cutter Christmas Ornaments

Every year I buy a new set of cookie cutters. Not that I use them so much for baking but more because I like their shapes.
So this year I decided to use old ones and make some Christmas ornaments.
The idea is nothing new but I had to do it and wanted to share with you how they turn up.
They warm my heart and will make the most sentimental tree ever.
Also I think this is a great way to transform an old cookie cutters plus this project is easy and budget free.
Time: 30 Minutes Cost: $0 Difficulty: Easy
And here they are!! ❤❤❤
You can watch video tutorial if you like!
You will need some metal cookie cutters.
Apply some hot glue around the edge of a metal cookie cutter.
Quickly press the glue-covered edge of the cookie cutter to the book paper.
Cut around the outside edge of the cookie cutter.
Glue some twine on the back of the cookie cutter.
Or you can just tie some twine on the cookie cutter and used as it is!
Hope you like it!
Merry Christmas to all of you! ❤❤❤
  • Katy Bowss
    Katy Bowss Woodbridge, VA
    on Dec 20, 2016

    Great idea. I would have never thought that. Thanks for sharing.

  • Hillela G.
    Hillela G.
    on Dec 20, 2016

    I love cookie cutter ornaments, and your book paper addition gives it the perfect vintage touch!

  • Sallywinstone.craft
    on Dec 21, 2016

    I have done this but used my old Christmas cards from last year. I also love using music sheets in my crafting.

  • Bbeckley53
    on Dec 21, 2016

    So cute!

  • Cindy Lewis Jaqua
    Cindy Lewis Jaqua Swanton, OH
    on Dec 21, 2016

    I have covered cookie cutters in raffia oand twine for ornaments. also I have put them on burlap wreaths. this post inspired me to do this as well. I watch all year at rummage sales and thrift stores for cookie cutters. I. have antique ones like a garland around my kitchen window year around. thanks for not her idea

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