Little Luau Cookies

Here’s a quick little thought for Friday.  You don’t need a special cutters to make specialty cookies.  Just use what you have.

A few days ago I made these little luau cookies for my neighbor to use as cupcake toppers.

I had a pineapple cutter, but other than that, I was out of luck.  So, I went through my little box of mini-cutters and came up with ways to make what I needed with what I had.

I used the cross to trim the arms off of the baby onesie, and the pineapple to trim the cross, and I had a perfect little set.  You could also use a mini-star as a starfish or a scalloped round as a seashell.  the possibilities are as endless as your imagination.
So, before going shopping, take another look at the cutters you have.  And if that point you still feel the need for new cutters, click here for a list of all my favorite shops!  When you spend too much money on cutters, just remember, you are not alone!
Happy Friday, I hope you find lots of fun new toys!


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  1. 11
    Pauline Chan says:

    wow ! thanks….
    some of the one listed by u, I always order from… the others, I will browse thru soon…

  2. 12

    I love stores that ship to Mexico!!! COOKIE Cutters for me is like Barbies for little girls… can’t have enough!

  3. 13

    May I add 2 more sources for cutters? Cost Plus/World Market has a small selection of basic shaped cutters year ’round. And for anyone with a Sur La Table nearby, they have a huge assortment of cutters and most are only 99 cents each!

  4. 14
    Alicia says:

    Hello do you have service to México Country?
    I Live in Cd. Juárez Chihuahua México
    C.P. 32668
    I’m interésting to buy a Cookies Cúter


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