Creative Robot Cookies
One of my favorite things about robot cookies is that even if you only have a few cutters there’s probably at least one that will work for this design. I made these many many moons ago for a little boy who loves cowboys and robots. In Texas I guess even a robot should own a cowboy hat, right?
Anywho, this entire set cookies came to life without a single robot cutter. All took was a little creative thinking.
Robots are probably able to do without cowboy hats but spare parts are always a must. To learn how to make sprocket and gear cookies, click HERE. They’re the perfect accent for robot cookies.
For a little more in-depth robot tutorial, check out my Valentine’s Day Robot Cookies on The Celebration Shop Blog.
Always remember, when planning a cookie project always take a second look at your cookie cutters before shopping. The perfect cutter might just be right under your nose.
I love these, especially the colors.
And who doesn’t love a robot in a cowboy hat? 😉
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Awesome!!! I want to host a party and give this as favors!! Love you, SSB!
OMG!! The cowboy robot!! Love it!! Always amazing!!
Your creativity never ceases to amaze me!
Oh my. These are incredible!
Wow! what a great and comprehensive post….the colors are pefection and I, sadly, would never have thought about using those cutters. that is why you are who you are!!
These are just too stinkin’ cute!
Wow, amazing! I alo love especially the colors 🙂
Have a nice day!
And the awesome continues! I LOVE these robot cookies Callye!
aw so cute!
Love this amazing set, Callye!!
Both sets of robots are so cute. I have always wanted to turn the Epbot robot into a cookie, but I think you should do it instead. Yours would be much better. But I may have to steal the robot valentine idea for my son. It’s hard to find valentine cookie ideas for a little boy (for me, anyway) and what little boy doesn’t like robots?
I love looking at all of the cookie cutters you use. So inspiring!
Amazing!!! I love all these cutie robots! 😀
I am always amazed at how talented and creative you are! Thank you for sharing!!!!
Your colours in this fun collection are great! Yes, a Texan robot really does need a cowboy hat. So cute!
Sugarbelle,, this is why we all love you! You are SO creative and so willing to share your artistic and creative talents with those of us that struggle!! I don’t think you know just how much you are admired and loved. Thank you for being you!
Oh Callye my son would FLIP and FLIP again over these cookies! You are so incredibly talented and creative. I made robot cookies recently and they are now put to shame. You are so beyond amazing!!!! I wish I could be in your creative head just for a moment or two! Incredible! You always inspire me! Cristin
What is wrong with my eyes that I can not look at my cutters and see the things you do? You are a genius truly.
I love your robot cookies and I love the cutter you used to make them. I so want your brain!!! LOL
I love that one with the cowboy hat! Such a cute collection. I swear I looked closely at the shapes…I keep telling my self, I will not throw out cookies anymore!!!!!
About one year ago, I believe 😉
These are still SO cute.
I knew it was a while, LOL! I was trying to remember when exactly. What I do know is that I lose months at a time now!
I love the robots, but I don’t see what type of cutter you used for the “gears”. I’m trying to make only gears for a robot party. Help?
Thanks for taking time to share all your creations. I’ll be browsing a lot. 😉
Here ya go… https://www.sweetsugarbelle.com/2012/08/robot-sprocket-and-gear-cookies/
Thanks for the reply. I actually figured it out shortly after posting and have returned from the craft store armed with daisy cutters. Now I just have to hope that it will work with watermelon…fingers crossed!
In real life what is B, C, G, I and J cookie cutters? I am planning to do some robot cookies and would like to copy what you have done. I am thankful always to find ideas and tutorials from Sweet Sugar Belle
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