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Blog - Shape Shifting Cookie Cutters

Blog - Shape Shifting Cookie Cutters

Have you ever made cut-out cookies and decorated them to be different from the original cookie cutter shape? We have many cookie cutters that can do this- besides the more obvious shapes like Biscuit Cutters and Hearts- and we work with several talented cookiers that demonstrate the skill. Here are a couple of our favorites!

Shape Shifting Master – Anne Yorks of Flour Box Bakery


From Snowmen to Minions, Anne Yorks of Flour Box Bakery has a plethora of ways to turn a simple Cupcake into a little something more!

Snowman Through The Seasons

Snowman Cookies

Photo courtesy of Flour Box Bakery.

Here, she uses the Snowman w/ Scarf cookie cutter to create shapes for a variety of seasons.

Cupcakes and More

Cupcake Cookies

Photo courtesy of Flour Box Bakery.

From bearded Santas to barrels of apples our cupcake cookie cutter is a source of inspiraton.



Shape Shifting Master – Amy Clough of Clough'd9 Cookies


Amy of Clough'd9 Cookies says, "I do cutter flips all the time! It's a great way to get extra mileage out of a cutter shape." We agree!

Acorn used to make Roses

Rose Cookies

Photo courtesy of Clough'D 9 Cookies.

When you're not using the Acorn cookie cutter for Fall/Halloween cookies, why not try using it to make rosebuds? A lovely idea for a bridal shower or Valentine's Day.

Diamond ring used for Pilgrims

Pilgrim Cookies

Photo courtesy of Clough'D 9 Cookies.

Our Diamond Ring isn't just for engagement/wedding celebrations! This shape could also be used to create adorable Pilgrims.



If you have ideas for reinvented cookies, we'd love to hear them! Show us your Rorschach interpretation of our cookie cutters through Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.



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