Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Plaid Cookie Cutters

I have seen so many cute projects with cookie cutters and liked this one.

Take any cookie cutters glue to any paper you like.
I took these pictures on one of our dark rainy days we have had a lot of this last week.,

   Can you believe it's  December 1st ??                                                        

I started with just three not sure how they would turn out 
My all time favorite the stocking then angel and snowflake
Then one of my plaid Christmas sacks from previous years  

I used Mod Podge glue and laid the cookie cutters on the paper smeared with mod podge then I even put a heavy dab all around the cookie cutters laid the cookie cutters on my pretty plaid paper and let it dry over night. Now I need to get some red ribbon on them. I did punch a hole with my hole puncher before I glued them down on the paper 

The sun is out this morning so got a picture hanging in the window ,they will be hung on the pulls of my chippy cabinet in the kitchen 

I want to say a big Thank You for all mt sweet comments on my previous post about my Chandelier Cigar Box creation I did xoxoxo

Linky parties I joined in 


  1. Good Afternoon Janice, I love this idea. I have quite a few biscuit cutters which I can use and I love the idea of re-purposing an old Christmas sack. These lovely cutters will look fabulous hanging from your kitchen cabinets.
    ..... now where are my biscuit cutters.... I will need to root around my cupboards.
    We are experiencing, grey, rainy days here in the North of England as well.
    Best Wishes

  2. Hi there! I'm visiting from Roses of Inspiration. That is great idea for cookie cutters I really like the plaid!

  3. Janice:
    You have such a crafty ability with ideas! These are darling. When you got rain - we got snow here in Colorado! I love seeing the ornaments in your windows! Would love to have you link to my blog party!

  4. How sweet!!! I love plaid - Christmas plaid - and I use a lot of it in our den! These would look great out there!

  5. Oh my, what sweetness for the Christmas tree! Your plaid cookie cutters are darling! I know my son would enjoy making some of these for the tree :)

    Thank you for sharing your creativity with Roses of Inspiration. May you have a lovely week! Hugs!

  6. I too, cannot believe that it is December. The Festive Season always seems to slip up on me and catch me by surprise. I must say, your plaid cookie cutters are a lovely idea. Just visiting from Stephanie's, The Enchanting Rose.

  7. Janice, those are super cute, crafty and clever! Happy December!

  8. I just love cookie cutters and have a box of them. This is a super fun project that I might need to take advantage of! Love the plaid too! Blessings, Cindy xo

  9. These are precious and I'm seeing plaid everywhere in the stores...nothing new but it's so popular now. Love your idea!

    Jane x

  10. Those are adorable...I should make some with our family tartan pattern!

  11. These cookies cutter ornaments are so cute!!

  12. These make such cute ornaments! I'm seeing a lot of plaid this year for Christmas.
    Mary Alice

  13. These are sooo sweet, yet so simple. Love them.

  14. Adorable! Love the idea of re using the bag too. GREAT idea!

  15. These are so cute.... Great idea and fast, too!

  16. I have so many cookie cutters and probably will never use them. Good idea!

  17. What a great idea! And plaid is so "in" this year as well (although I've always thought plaid was timeless). They look pretty hanging in the window....thanks for linking up over at Vintage Charm! We hope you'll join us again this week on Thursday morning! xoKathleen Charm Bracelet Diva {At Home}