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Helena Puck
« on: May 02, 2014 06:07:31 PM »

After being inspired by a pinterest pin, I finally know what to do with some of the oversize cookie cutters I've been hording.


I love collecting cookie cutters but some are so big that I don't really use them when I bake because the dough expands and loses the original cutter shape. So, I have about a dozen cutters sitting in a drawer that I original thought would make an interest wreath but when I put them together, the interest shapes were not noticeable.

Instead, I made these neat washi tape wrapped ornaments which I absolutely love. I used two different patterned washi tape rolls for each cutter. I folded the washi tape around the sharp side of the cutter by cutting little slits so the tape would fold in the corners flat.





So simple and fun!
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« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2014 08:20:11 AM »

'Hey! I recognize that washi tape! Awesome idea! They look great.
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