Best of Resourceful Mommy: How to Make Your Own Cookie Cutter
During my time in Tanzania with Compassion International, I will would like to share some of my favorite posts from the past.
~Originally posted 5/1/10~
Next weekend my baby is turning four, and we will be celebrating with a Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman themed birthday party. When my daughter was born I launched a tradition of elaborate (crazy) cakes, but I have since come to my senses. The main character on Fetch! is a dog. Why not make dog bone cookies for the kids to ice and enjoy?
Only the party is next week and I could not find a dog bone cookie cutter.
To clarify, I could find many dog bone cookie cutters, but most of them were priced at less than a dollar…with $10 shipping not guaranteed to arrive in time for the big day. I decided to try to make my own cookie cutter, but wasn’t sure what material to use. A quick search around the web led me to a great material and off I ran to the kitchen to begin the process.