Cookie Cutter Ornaments

4:00:00 AM

This pile of beautiful chandelier crystals, mercury glass beads, and cookie cutters
is repurposed into some amazing ornaments...

Cookie Cutter Ornaments www.homeroad.net

I started arranging and thinking, and playing, and cutting, until I came up with some gorgeous ornaments using the cookie cutters I picked up at an antique store today.

Cookie Cutter Ornaments www.homeroad.net

First came the snowman... 

He is made using biscuit cutters with mercury glass beads running the length of the inside. 

Cookie Cutter Ornaments www.homeroad.net

Cookie Cutter Ornaments www.homeroad.net


I love repurposing junk and making snowmen... check out these other snowmen made from various repurposed parts...




Next I put on the Christmas music and got busy creating more and more!

This is the angel...

Cookie Cutter Ornaments www.homeroad.net


Biscuit cutter ornament...

Cookie Cutter Ornaments www.homeroad.net


Cookie cutters with red handles...

Cookie Cutter Ornaments www.homeroad.net


A fleur de lis cookie cutter...

Cookie Cutter Ornaments www.homeroad.net


A flower cutter turned into a bell. There is a bell attached to the center at the bottom. 

Cookie Cutter Ornaments www.homeroad.net


A mini heart tart pan ornament...

Cookie Cutter Ornaments www.homeroad.net

This was such a fun project to do... I had a very creative and festive afternoon!

Cookie Cutter Ornaments www.homeroad.net

Also... Check out the bells I made with vintage jello molds a few years back!

Happy Holidays!



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4 comments

  1. Love these! Especially the Snowman!
    How creative, Susan!!

    Sandi

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  2. I love cookie cutters, Susan, and these that you have so creatively embellished are real keepers! Blessings, Cindy

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