Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Mystery Cookie Cutter Challenge REVEALED

A bunch of super amazing cookie decorators got together and had a play date. Ok, well they actually stayed in their own houses and came up with their own designs completely on their own, but you know what I mean. Each of them worked with the same cookie cutter design and yet they all came up with very different, creative, ingenious and yes, adorable designs from the same cookie cutter. I was hugely impressed by them all! Are you ready to see them? Ok...
Aren't these cookies SO fun! The 9 pictures above were just the beginning. Many of them sent me several designs they made with the cookie cutter. So make sure to stop by their page and say hello and check out their truly unique work. So now you want to know who these amazing cookiers are? 

Cookie Cutter Challenge – mystery cutter – Jan 2013

#2 Liz at CookiesToGo 
#3 Laurie at Cookie Bliss 
#4 Michelle at Little Derbyshire Bakery 
#6 Blanca of Sugarchic Cake Design 
#7 Channing of The Cookie Master 
#8 Annie of Sweet Details Cookies 
#9 Cristin of Cristin’s Cookies 


Thank you everyone for playing along in this cookie cutter challenge and showing so many more ways that we can decorate with this cookie cutter!

 Do you want to make your own polar bear or one of the designs shown above? I have a couple of polar bear cookie cutters available. Cookie Cutter can be purchased at my Etsy shop here by clicking here

Now want to see my inspiration for making this cookie cutter in the first place? There she is, that sweet little Abigail! I know you're so surprised to see my little muse. Cookies for my little Abigail.


So thank you again Christine, Liz, Laurie, Michelle, Stephanie, Blanca, Channing and Annie for playing along, including my little granddaughter, Abigail! Don't forget to stop by and see the other pages.



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6 comments:

  1. Oh those are so precious. Before illness hit our house, my design was going to be an expectant bear mama, as my daughter's baby shower is Saturday! So glad we are all better now! These are so beautiful and creative! Of course, the teen boys saw weapons and guy stuff in the shape!! Happy Birthday to my son CJ today as he turns 17!!

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    1. Felicia I'm so glad to hear that you are feeling better. I hope that when you do have a chance to make your cookie design, you will still share it with me! Happy Birthday to CJ! And have a fun baby shower with your daughter! How exciting! I hope you'll join us for the next cookie cutter challenge too!

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  2. Little Abigail supplies a lot of inspiration:) Your polar bears are DARLING!

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  3. I LOVE THEM! I had bear in mind, great cookies I particularly love the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! Well done looking fwd to hopefully joining the next one from Oz!

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  4. I love ALL of your cookies! They always look so perfect. Do you use a kopykake machine or is this all free hand? I ask because I could only wish to decorate this good!!

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    1. Thank you Becky. Only #9 of these designs is mine. I do have a Kopykake, it wasn't used on these polar bear cookies. I do use it for very intricate designs that I draw onto a circle or rectangle cookie with a particular design and I use it for writing sometimes too.

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