Outside of our cooking sessions, cookie cutters remain locked in our cupboards or even clutter them up. Because it must be admitted, their usefulness is ultimately limited. Unless we have fun hijacking them! There are many creative ideas on the Internet for using cookie cutters in different ways. Make a candle, decorate your fabrics with patterns, accessorize your cocktails, create original Christmas suspensions… We let you discover without delay 15 fun and surprising ways to recycle cookie cutters.
1. Patterned fabric
With textile paint, your cookie cutters decorate your napkins for Christmas or any other occasion.
2. Christmas candle
The snowflake, tree, and star cookie cutters are diverted to give shape to pretty Christmas candles.
3. Star candle
Another technique to discover at Love decorations to make homemade candles.
With cookie cutters, we do wonders when it comes to decorating our house cocktails.
5. Christmas pendant lights
We love these Terrazzo-style Christmas suspensions, made with cookie cutters.
6. Scandinavian Christmas pendant light
Another Christmas hanging idea by directly diverting the cookie cutters and accessorizing them with beads.
7. Reclaimed Christmas pendant light
Another version of a Christmas suspension made from cookie cutters slipped into the recycled fabric.
8. Use Christmas cookie cutters as themed napkin rings
Make an elegant table decoration by betting on a traditional color palette and some surprising accessories like Christmas cookie cutters. Use them as napkin rings and you will succeed in surprising and moving your guests.
9. Christmas wreath in themed cookie cutters and playful wrapping paper
This is a cute door wreath made from Christmas cookie cutters and playful wrapping paper. A Vichy bow in red and white brings a final touch of elegance to the decorative composition.
10. DIY Christmas garland made from orange peel
To create a garland like the one above, just peel a few oranges and use Christmas cookie cutters to cut out figurines from the peels. Using a needle and a thread, thread the figures at regular intervals. Here it is!
11. DIY Christmas gift tags made of music paper and cookie cutters
Take advantage of a free afternoon to create personalized Christmas gift tags that are sure to move the recipients. A great idea would be to use Christmas cookie cutters to cut themed figurines out of music paper. What do you think?
12. DIY Christmas tree ornament from fabric scraps and cookie cutters
Take out the Christmas cookie cutters, provide yourself with some scraps of fabric, 1 bag of rhinestones, string, and glue: this is the necessary material for the realization of a superb DIY Christmas tree ornament. Just stick a cookie cutter on the front side of the fabric, and cut off the excess. Decorate with rhinestones and tie to a piece of string.
13. A garland of gingerbread men
Gingerbread treats are one of the essential Christmas traditions. Biscuits, houses, cakes, and decorations for the Christmas tree: gingerbread allows all kinds of daring. Above, we present you a cute edible Christmas garland, made from gingerbread men. The ribbon is red and white only enhances the festive aspect of the garland.
14. Floating candles molded-in Christmas cookie cutters
Why not mold floating candles into Christmas cookie cutters? Super easy to implement, this party decoration idea will bring a touch of magic to your table and leave a deep impression on your guests.
15. Cookie cutter fairy light
Christmas cookie cutters are just perfect for making a pretty fairy light and beautifully highlighting existing decor. You just need to get some Christmas cookie cutters, pierce them so that you can insert light bulbs in the holes.