tin cookie cutters from Sugarcraft make great inexpensive gifts filled
with favorite goodies. Great for birthday parties, wedding favors!
Cookie Cutters available from list at left
when at http://www.sugarcraft.com
how To make
TIP: I think I would also wrap
the cutter with plastic wrap before placing in the bag. I think the candies
are going to fall out otherwise. Dolores
Draw around the cookie cutter onto
the Shirt Board .
Cut out the shape.
Tape the shirtboard to the back of
the cookie cutter.
Fill the cookie cutter with nuts
or candies as desired.
Leaving treats flat, slide the cellophane
bag around the cookie cutter and tie a ribbon bow around the open end of
a sandy treat, you will need:
One more idea
For a toddler's birthday, choose
a cookie cutter in the shape of the child's
age and fill with tiny treats.
To personalize guests' place
settings, use alphabet-shaped cookie cutters
to spell out names, wrapping each letter separately in plastic wrap.
Picture a heart cutter for wedding
favors! Tie a bow with a ribbon of bride's chosen colors.
From Better Homes & Gardens,