Thursday, December 8, 2011

Winter Squares and a Giveaway



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Once upon a time in a land far, far away called South Korea, there lived a little bracket square cutter. And this little bracket square cutter was so sweet and beautiful that every loved it and wanted the cutter to come live with them and be their best friend forever. But this little bracket square cutter already had a best friend in the whole world, and wasn't looking for another best friend. Except that secretly, this cutter really did want another new best friend because her other best friend wouldn't take her to the mall or buy her chocolates or anything. And the cutter cried herself to sleep every night for at least like 3 days or something.

And then her fairy godmother, Beth (at Copper Gifts) took pity on the poor cutter and sent her not just one, but TWO new best friends. And they stayed up all night long talking and talking and giggling even though they promised they would go to bed by 10. And then they realized that three really is a crowd. And that one of them needed to go be someone else's new best friend forever...Okay, actually, this story is getting kind of weird. 

Look, I'm just going to come right out and say this. Beth sent me an extra cutter to give away to one of you all. So...leave me a comment telling me what occasion or design you would use this cutter for and random.org will happily choose a winner. Giveaway ends at midnight Pacific Time on Wednesday, December 14, 2011.


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Maureen said...

I would use it to make placecard cookies at dinner parties and as a base to layer with other cookies to add dimension. I love that cutter!!

susies1955 said...

Well you could use them for EVERYTHING but I would probably just try THANK YOU name cookies. :)
Susie

Anonymous said...

I really, really need that cutter! I have been lusting after it for years now... maybe just months, but it seems like years. I know that I heard it say that it wanted to come play with me here in my log cabin, to become some placard cookies on platter orders.

dtriemer@yahoo.com

Beth said...

I love your designs! I'd probably use it for a pattern or to name a center piece cookie for a collection.

Beth

Haniela said...

I so want this cutter, Santa I hope you read this!

So good to see you are posting my dear, it is always fun to read what you have to say.

I would use this to make special cookies for my godchild, for the Christening.

thank you!

Sheena said...

I love this cutter! Its great for writing things on... like Thank you and congratulations :) Love your work!

Anonymous said...

I would love to win this cutter. I love all of your work, I probably would try and do one just like yours! :)

Mary Juckett

julie/sugar said...

Oh my gosh.....there a millllion ways to use this one. I love it!! Have a great day!!

karenshopes said...

I love this cutter sooooo much I might wear it as a necklace just so I could look at it every day ha haaaaa.
Karen x

Lis said...

I would use this to make pink cookies for my daughter who would take them to share with the nurses in the PICU! Love it love it
Lisamcgriff@hotmail.com

Sheila said...

So many things to do but might use it for some edible image cookies or wedding cookies.

Anonymous said...

I would make ones just like yours or maybe owl cookies for my grand daughters birthday. Sherry Baird mssherry48@hotmail.com

Katrina {In Katrina's Kitchen} said...

ohmygoodness my heart literally just skippped a beat. I would love this cutter. I would hug this cutter. I would call this cutter George. Okay maybe not George. Georgina perhaps? I'm trying to say that this is my favorite shape ever.

Dear Santa-Beth if you are listening, I LOVE THIS CUTTER! I would probably first make something to celebrate my blogiversary coming up.
Have I told you I how I feel about this cutter yet? ;)

Neesie Natters said...

I'm not sure if I'm able to qualify as I'm in Melbourne but if I do....then whoohoo!

I'm not sure what I'd use it for initially but there's such potential for so many designs!

Brianna said...

The real question is...what wouldn't I make with it. ;) it has so much potential, I would definitely use it at an upcoming baby shower!

SJ said...

I just love this cutter...so many possibilities! I really like your snowflake one you did! Id probably first use this cutter to make cookies with writing on them like your noel one.

Anonymous said...

I would love this cookie cutter. I think I would make "message" coOkies for my daughter away at college.

Linda st Laurent

Lgstlaurent@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Oh my, the ideas are endless!! I would use the cutter to make happy birthday signs to add to platters, or numbers/months on a cookie calendar I've been dreaming of!...maybe in between uses I could tie it to a pretty ribbon and hang it somewhere special~ it is too gorgeous to hide in a drawer! Love the snowflake! Thank you - Thank you! Terra
crumbsbaking@rocketmail.com

Melissa said...

This is such a versatile cutter that I think I would try to incorporate it into many different collections.

Mjmayhugh said...

Welcome back! Love reading your blog. I would use the cutter for personalized name pates as party favors. Veronika_79@yahoo.com

Nikki, Ryan, Connor & Aidan said...

Beautiful cookies and cutter! I could use this cutter for so many things. But a good name plate for favors or Holiday titles come to mind. I would LOVE to make your cookies shown above. Just beautiful!

Sugary Goodness (Kim) said...

I love this cutter! I probably try to use it in holiday designs and as a "title" cookie

Frances said...

G, there are too many things I'd want to do with that cutter and your cookie dough. Love the blue and white you've used on these. Hope you and the bebe are doing well and enjoying the holidays. :)

Cindy B. said...

I would use these cutters when making sugar cookies and write love notes to my husband on them.

cindyskitchen@yahoo.com

The Cookie Puzzle said...

HMMMMM I would use it for well EVERYTHING! It is such a wonderful cutter, if Santa does not bring me one, well I will be buying one for me, cause I an dying to have this cutters, it can be used to make just about anything!

Anonymous said...

I would love to add that cookie cutter to my small collection. It's such a versatile shape. I would use it for birthday cookies among other things. Your blog is great!

Janice said...

I would love this cookie cutter. I would use it for every occasion!
jef0559@sbcglobal.net

Anonymous said...

I posted on your fb wall.....I have this cutter. Just got it and I SOOO love it. It is going to be a favorite. So glad your up and going and making cookies....and they might be your prettiest yet! All that laboring must have inspired you!

Vicki

Anonymous said...

I would use it for the "focal" cookie on any ocassion platter of cookies! It's just a great versatile shape! Blessings, Donna B.
donbpaint49@yahoo.com

Elizabeth (SweetArtSweets) said...

You are amazing, not only with the cutie patootie design of these cookies, but that you can do this after just having a baby!!! :)

I would looooove to have this cutter, maybe for some overdue Christmas cookies... :)

Loren @ The Baking Sheet said...

Oooooh, that cutter would be perfect for making plaques on my cakes!! I've been a really good girl this year! ;o)

Meg@MegaCrafty said...

Those cookies are So good. I LOVE the snowflakes ones so much I think I'd make some like those if I won this cutter. Thanks for the chance.

Karen said...

I love that cookie cutter. And I really love the copper cutters. They are so much sturdier than the traditional ones.

Sweet Creations said...

I just love this cutter and I would use it for SO MANY things. I have what I call a message cookie and this would work great for that! Thanks for doing the giveaway!

Anne @ Flour Box Bakery said...

I could use this cookie cutter for ANY holiday, but I'd really like to try it on a baby shower collection!

Thanks for the giveaway! And the funny little story!

Lene said...

What a gorgeous cookie cutter!! I think it turns an ordinary square into a classy little cookie. I am with Anne...it would look fabulous for baby shower cookies!

Maren said...

I would use this cutter to make Christmas cookies for my friends with their names on it, paper-scroll style probably. Or to make cookies with the logo of the theater I'm helping at. Or to make banners for a knight party... I better stop now or I'll get a ton of other ideas and will never be able to live without this cutter anymore ;).

christina(at)maren-zeiss.de

Anne said...

I would make it the center cookie on an assorted cookie platter. Might as well show it off!

Karen - Trilogy Edibles said...

OOOOOHHHH me me! Love this cutter and your cookies you've made are adorable. I would use it as place setting marker or the centre piece to each cookie plate!

Welcome back, hope the little one is doing awesome!

Kim said...

I would use it to replicate the cookies you made with it...since I have no mind of my own:)

Misc Momma said...

I like Kim's comment above mine. Pretty much true for me. :) I also would like to make it just say "merry Christmas" or just a centerpiece cookie for a tray for my family party.
(my word verification is unfun - so not true!)

margreat said...

I would use this cutter for something Old Victorian or Old English. Something regal.

Anonymous said...

I would use it as a centerpiece for a cookie tray but there are so many possibilities...your Christmas designs are just gorgeous. Congrats on your newest addition, she's precious!

alvinob@optonline.net

Dawn said...

I could use this for everything!!!
My son's birthday is coming up, so this would be perfect.

Vicky T. said...

I love this cookie cutter and your designs! The possibilities are endless, but I think I'd start with your snowflake design.

Keri said...

Oh my gosh I love these cookies! So cute! And I would looooove that cookie cutter. Not exactly sure what I would put on it, because I have all these ideas bubbling up in my mind!

Brittany said...

I would use it for penguin cookies. I need a fun shape!

Kimberly Armstrong said...

FIRST: I have missed you and hope that all is well in the land of busy mommy and new baby!

SECOND: YAY!!! giveaway :D

THIRD: these cookies (as always) are gorgeous!

I'm having an !! thing today apparently :p

Ok, so if I win the cutter I think I would like to make something elegant for New Years, or my daughter's birthday is in Feb. and there is always Valentine's Day, teacher appreciation, my own birthday, St. Patrick's day, my son's birthday, 4th of July, mother's day, ground hogs day, first day of summer....um, yeah so I have a few ideas....

<3 ya

Samantha said...

These cookies are SO pretty! Amazing!
I have wanted this cutter ever since you introduced it!
It's a great design and I would use it right away to make a batch of christmas cookies to send to my sister and my new brother in law!
She's a scrapbook-er and would really love this design!

Cake Believe said...

Oh thank you for the chance! I love this cutter and especially love all your cookie designs. I see this cutter having limitless uses....hope I win so we can find out what they might be!

Kelly Salmon said...

I would use this for simple elegant cookies. It's such a great shape!

Stacy said...

I would use it for personalized cookies--beautiful!

Maegan - The Cookie Girl said...

Love love love this cutter!! I would use it for some classy name cards, but I also have a client that loves everything zebra. It would be fun to mix it up with this shape. Congrats on the baby!! meglyn182002@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I would love to win this cutter! Its such an elegant shape and I would use it as a centerpiece cookie. I have the same shape scrapbook punch and use it for tags.. I hope I win! krislauriecolucci@yahoo.com

Adee said...

Love this cutter! I'd also use it as a great background for names/greetings.
-Adee

Sparkling Sugar Sweets said...

I would be an awesome centerpiece cookie for every cookie assortment! :)

Michelle said...

That is my total favorite cutter!! I would use it for cookies for my sweet girl's upcoming birthday party, or for new year's eve placecard cookies!! I really do need to order one of those.

Jenny Hearts Yummies said...

these would be pretty for any occasion. but i think it would look gorgeous for a wedding! thank you. merry christmas!

Sherrene (The Sugar Tree) said...

Love this cutter! I would try to make snowflakes or name placards or some sort of holiday message, or, or, or.....

Carsedra said...

Do I have to pick just one holiday?!?!? :-) I would try to find any reason to use to such a beautiful cookie cutter!! But I do have to do a post coming up in about 2 weeks on I believe the 23rd for "Frosting For The Cause" and I'd definitely use it for the cookies I am going to make for that if I had it!!


Carsedra of:

http://sweets4yourtooth.blogspot.com/

Sue said...

Your cookies are gorgeous, as usual:) I just purchased one of "your" cutters from Copper Gifts and have some Christmas signs in mind. This one I would give as a gift to a lucky friend!

Kim Jeffrey said...

Oh the possibilities! I'm new to the cookie world, but I'm sure I could come up with something awesome to make with this cutter. Congrats on the new baby!!

Stephanie said...

It would be my new centerpiece cookie!! :) Didn't you design this one?

Shiyanne said...

As usual, your cookies are beautiful!! I would probably use the cutter for any "signs" for my platters, but would love to use it for snowflakes!!

czimrn said...

I want to use it to make confetti rainbow New Year's Eve Cookies!
Czimrn@aol.com

Anita said...

Skip me in the drawing because I already have two fancy schmanzy bracket cutters because like you, I didn't want to bring one into our house and have it get lonely. Okay, the real reason I have two is because I was so excited Coppergifts was carrying them that I accidentally double-clicked twice when ordering, and perish the thought that I would have put up the second for adoption in a free giveaway! Anyho...just writing to say, adorable cookies (again) and read outloud to my spouse post because it's so funny (again).

Debbie said...

I love that shape! At the very least I would use it for centerpiece cookies for platters.

Yamber said...

I would love to throw a shabby chic baby shower and make the top of these look like lace.

Mandy said...

Oh I LOVE your designs! Love those colors together! Everytime I see your stuff I think...now why can't I think of this stuff??? :)Love Coppergifts sooo much! I think this cutter can be used for anything!! I see something Paris themed on them...

Pam said...

I'd use this cutter again and again for "centerpiece" cookies of all my themes. Awesome shape! Thanks for the give-away....and for sharing your AMAZING cookies. :) cookiecrazielady@gmail.com

Hayley Callaway said...

I would make.... I dont even KNOW YET! EVERYTHING! lol this is the cooooolest cutter ever and I have been wanting to get it ever since you posted it!! oh please oh please I will make you proud! hahah!

Hayley Cakes and Cookies

Melody said...

I would use it as a center plaque for all my cookie pop bouquets. For example, it would make a great "message" plaque ( to:/from:, Happy birthday, Merry Christmas, etc.)

Whitney W said...

I will be this cookie cutter's new best friend! Please!

Eli Pavelski said...

this cutter would make great plaque's for birthday cake greetings!

Glory said...

I dabble in cookies, but mainly do Cute Kids Bentos. This would be super cute for bentos. =)

gloryblogs@gmail.com

Cindy K said...

Love what you did with the cutter! So pretty!

I might use it as a background for a stamped design. I have some cool stamps to play with.

Cindy K

Esther said...

The possibilities are endless...but placecards are definitely up there!

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

your cookies are so beautiful. The last gal had the same idea as me, I totally see these are place cards for a royal tea party! I LOVE IT!

jean said...

i would soooo use that cutter for every platter i sold. i always include a "thank you" message cookie, and that shape would rock

Jeanetta said...

That cute cutter dresses up any square or round cookie. I see birthdays, holidays, any party any time. Love the ones you made! Thanks!

Karenesse said...

Those are gorgeous I would hang them on my Christmas tree

Kim said...

Eeek!! This cutter is so beautiful... and so are the cookies!

I would use this cutter as soon as I got it if I won! My first cookies made with it would probably be Christmas!

Loretta Holland said...

It would be a PERFECT "thank you" cookie for every order I fill!

Loretta
dlholland@austin.rr.com

DeDe Vest said...

I would use it as a base for some pink ribbon cookies!

Anonymous said...

I collect snowmen so I would use it to try and make those snowman cookies above....charming!!
Vicki
uptowngal001@hotmail.com

Liz @ Arty McGoo said...

Ah! What wouldn't I do with this cookie cutter! I would take walks with it, I would sing it to sleep, I would take baths with it... okay, now MY story is getting a little weird! I would name it though and make beautiful cookies with it.

Aunt Mary Anne's Cookies said...

I can see using this for a Victorian-style Valentine, among many other uses. As always, your designs are beyond terrific!

maryanne_petty@yahoo.com

Michelle Bixel said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog!

I would use it for a little boy's 6th birthday - he loves to see his name on cookies!

Melissa the Adventurer said...

I would love to use this cutter to make placecards and gift tag cookies! Melissa.a.hew@gmail.com

Sweets by Steph said...

I need to make some thank you cookies and this cutter would be perfect!!!! Thank you for the great giveaway

Brandee said...

Those are beautiful cookies! And a beautiful cutter! Love to get my hands on it! I'd use it to make framed picture cookies!

Anonymous said...

I would use this cutter as many times as I could get away with:)

Natalie ~ natalie@palestinepaintedcookie.com

CDrive said...

This cookie cutter said to me "I'm not just for squares. If you give me a twist, I'll make some fabulous ornaments!"

Thanks for sharing. :)

Karla said...

What occasion? EVERY occasion! That is such a cool cutter!

Janis said...

I would use this to add whatever quote people want in with their cookie order. Happy Birthday, Merry Christmas...whatever the occasion! Super cute cutter! :)

cookiecuttyer said...

Wow, I think I could use it for anything! It would do nicely with any set of cookies I was doing as the center cookie (the one that says Happy Birthday/Merry Christmas etc.) I love it!

Ruth N said...

Well, I love the cookie samples in the picture above. Those are really lovely. I tend to use cookie cutters for stencils and this would be great for a picture frame outline on a mini cake!

Ruth N said...

Ruth N email felicesr@gmail.com

Nouvelle Pop said...

I would use them for my wedding!

Anonymous said...

I love your ideas on using this cutter. I would love to have it!
Thank you for this giveaway,
Tatyana
sunnyfarm at inbox dot ru

Cookieria by Margaret said...

I would use it for everything! Such a beautiful cutter! And would love to win! Thanks Margaret

babsmike said...

I would love to use this cutter for Valentines day and my youngest daughters graduation celebration...

babsmike@att.net

Heidi Tilton said...

I would use it to put a name on and place it in the center of a gift platter for the holidays.
heidi2277@comcast.net

jenny said...

well, you can pretty much do ANYTHING. I'm currently doing most every cookie on a circle or square these days...the ideas are endless! But right now, I wish I could have this cutter to do some cookies for an event that has 3 themes: year of the rabbit, christening, 100 day celebration. This one shape could be a good way to tie all three themes together! Hope I win! :)

Anonymous said...

o my, im dreaming of owning this cutter! it would make a great centerpiece to any cookie platter,

ritch967@yahoo.com

Glora said...

This cutter would be perfect for any cookie and for any occasion. I have a paper die with a similar shape and I've made small cards and darling banners with it. You could totally make a cookie banner with this. I LOVE each and every one of these cookies. You are SO creative. You are giving me some awesome paper crafting ideas here! I hope all is going well with the newest arrival. Take care! Hugs- Glora

Celina said...

I would use this adorable cookie cutter to make some super cute birthday cookies. :)

(vigil.celina@gmail.com)

Robyn Stokes said...

I love the look of this cutter! Would be awesome to win it. Good luck to everyone :)

Kerry Phillips said...

Lila Loa...This is such an AWESOME cutter!! There are so many designs I could create with this one cutter. I visualize birthday and Christmas place cards, 2 cute owl cookies if I cut the design in half, stripped orange and black Halloween banners...the list goes on and on!
http://www.facebook.com/BeCreativeMaui

The Newhouses said...

I would make some fun letter cookies for a tea party for my 3 year old and her cousins. (and then for all of us moms too)

Anonymous said...

I would use it for everything. so many different ways to utilize this cutter. iamwomanman@hotmail.com

Stephane in Alaska said...

The mail being what it is, I'm guessing the soonest it might get here, if I were to be lucky enough to win it, would be in time for Valentine's day. I'd use it to make cookie Valentine cards for my boys' classes. Boys being boys, they're not big on hearts and all that mushy stuff. Yet this is still reminicent of the heart shape and oh, so pretty. Perfect for messages like, "Sweet Talk," "BFF," "TG2BT" and "UR Sweet." : ) This cutter is so versatile you could use it for anything!

Mel said...

Love love love your Winter square cookies !!! I wish I could make those. If I'm lucky enough to get that cutter, I'll make 'Congratulations' cookies for my brother's new baby that is due in January.

Jennifer said...

I'd use it for monogram cookies for my daughter's wedding!

Renee said...

I would make so may cookies with that adorable cutter!!

Renee D
Osuwife(at)yahoo(dot)com

Amber said...

Anything really, but namecards/cookies or for birthdays are my initial thoughts. Thanks!

Cristin (Pinkie) said...

You always make me giggle Georganne! How extremely nice of Beth to send you an extra cookie cutter for a give-away! Wow! You guys are both so very generous! There are SOOO many possibilities with this cutter, but I would have to start by drawing a Christmas girl onto the cutter. That would fill my hearts desire.

wicked_lovly said...

i love makinging cookies in the holidays would love to try those cookie cutters!

ana_gonzalez122490@yahoo.com

Tina said...

Your work is amazing! If I win the cutters I would love to make name tag cookies for my daughter's birthday :)

Stacy said...

I would love that little beauty to use as centerpieces in cookie platters, just to name a few! Hope you have basking in all that new baby girlness. :-)

Carrie said...

Looks like a good New Years cookie cutter...because I've never made cookies for the New Year.

Michelle Dukes said...

Congrats on the baby girl!!
I would use this cutter for holidays, place seating cards on everyone's plate...just to name one. ;)
Michelle
thecookiecutters@rochester.rr.com

Becca Jo said...

I would make some sort of cookie but really I just want another package from Korea with some ramen noodle snack things... ;)

Cheryl said...

It would definitely make a lovely frame for any cookie design and I'd probably use it for place cards.
Cheryl
grandmacocosdesigns@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I think it would be fun to use the cutter to take the points off some of the cookies and make them "puzzle" pieces that would fit together!

M.j. said...

Would be great for my daughter's graduation..ciao4now64@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I would use this cutter for just about any holiday. I would frost snow flakes on them and use them all winter.

Lorna lputm@hotmail.com

Moontaj said...

I would totally use that cutter when I make my soon-to-be-famous once a month sugar cookies!

plume said...

Each & every cookie you make is out of this world. If i'll win this cutter I will try the Saint Patrick cookie.
P.S. I wish you had 100s of this cutter so everyone could win.:)

Paula said...

I'm not entering the give away (CDN) but I just had to tell you what a cute way to introduce one and the cookies are wonderful. Love your colour choice.

laura shields said...

I will use it to with my business name on it and it will be my signiture cookie with all my orders/

Kelly said...

I loved the thank you cookies you made. I'm thinking sending cookies for thank you notes this year???

Meghan @ Domestic Sugar said...

I realize it is not very creative, but I too would use it as a place card cookie. I also think it would make beautiful cookies to place on the tree for ornaments; add some luster dust perhaps.

Marion @ Cookie Two Shoes said...

Well let's see - anything manly or scientific of sorts - has some style but not too much foof to it. Or as a plaque for any American-themed platter - for servicemen or those who defend and protect us regular old citizens. Fire and police themes would be great choices. Thanks!

Giselle said...

Oh the possibilities are endless! It could be used for almost anything. A centerpiece for a platter of cookies. This would also make a great cookie to use for a tag on a gift. Just place a hole in it before baking and attach with some twine to a Christmas package. Oh the ideas are running around in my head right now.

Blinks said...

There are soo many ways to use this cookie cutter! I'd definitely use it for St. Patrick's Day and Get Well Soon cookies :)

Emily Kay Griffin said...

Mom's birthday is coming up, this would be a lovely addition to my collection. Thank you!

Silvana said...

My husband's 40 birthday is in a few days...I'd love to make some cookie souvenirs with this cutter!

Miss_Toni said...

Ooooh I've never seen one of these but it is oh so beautiful.
I've committed myself to catering a baby shower in February. For forty women... as nothing more than a mere home style cook. I'm not worried... yet but I need beautiful things...
This cookie cutter would create beautiful things.
Sweet sugar cookies spiked with lemon and lavender (my theme flavour and colours since bubbys sex is unknown) in this understated but oh so classy shape.
I promise I will love him...

aMerAZN said...

This cookie cutter would become my favorite cutter~ I would use it for any occasion I bake, whether it's for a birthday or a holiday~ You can do so much with this cutter~ Crossing my fingers and hoping I win~ =D Congratulations on your baby~ I think you're so awesome to be back in the kitchen baking up more wonderful cookies~ =D

Happy Homemaker said...

Oh... Lovely! I adore that cookie cutter. It is so sweet and sophisticated. I would use it for all kinds of cookies, but especially welcoming new babies... like a mini birth announcement.

Gerdy said...

Love...love this cookie cutter. Fabulous shape
I will use it for message cookies. pick me please :)

Gina (Bend Cookie) said...

I see a little elf face peeking out at me from this cutter! Would love to give it a try!

Yvette Dupuis said...

I just Love your work. And congrats on your beautiful baby girl. I would make place cards with this cutter. I love to decorated. But sad to say not creative like alot of y'all so I thank y'all so much for sharing yalls pictures for me to get great ideas. Thanks again. Enjoy your precious new bundle

Sugary Flower said...

Oh, so pretty! If this cutter was allowed to come all the way to me in Australia, it would totally be the princess of my cutter collection. What would I use it for? Centrepiece cookies for all occasions YES, obviously, but also: definitely princess cookies for my little girl's birthday party. I can just see little princesses peeking over those curly edges...

Mike said...

I think it would make super cute placecard cookies. I love your designs, too!

Lani said...

I would use it for everything! I already have a great New years idea!!

Love & Sugar Kisses said...

I would LOVE to use the cutter to make some pretty cookies for my daughter's birthday next month!
Thank you,
maria@loveandsugarkisses.com

Cassie said...

Birthday cookies for.my boys

Jo said...

This would be my go-to for nearly every event.

Tara said...

I LOVE that cutter! I think it would be perfect for place cards, thank you cookies, monograms and on and on:)

KellyR said...

I'd use it for everything I possibly could. But it would be pretty awesome to see if making big homemade ravioli and cutting them with that would work!

Beth said...

I would use this cookie cutter for granny squares or maybe quilt squares. Hmm...think, think...

Elizabeth @ Lone Stars And Stripes said...

Goodness! What WOULDN'T I use that cutter for?! But the front/center of my mind says it would be super cute for New Year's Eve cookies ... the perfect shape for a big round clock just about to stroke midnight.

JoDale said...

I love this shape!! It could be used for so many things...message cookies for my twin daughters in college, beautiful Valentine designs, snowflakes, quilt/sewing cookies for my friends.....the possibilities are endless!!

Sarah Mott said...

What occassion would not meld perfectly with this cutter? A lovely New Years cookie to begin...

CC said...

As an invitation to events I host! Hand delivered of course!

The Partiologist said...

Such beautiful cookies - the colors are perfect! I would love to use it to make tapestry cookie!

MoonglitzBrenda said...

I love this cutter and would surely use it for Valentines. What an elegant LOVE squared like in "Love Story" it would make. Put me down at the winner.

Gemslife said...

Love the cookies, so pretty.
If I won the cutter, I think I would have to make New Years Cookies and they would be cute for Movember cookies next year, also for Easter...sooo many possibilities.

Connie Babe said...

I would use it for any and all occasions!

Dena said...

How adorable!! One of my all time favorite shapes EVER. They would make darling cookie ornaments. I think I would have a cookie decorating party for my daughter with these lil cuties :)

Eliany said...

I think I would use the cutter for Mother's Day and Father's Day cookies! It would be fun to try feminine and masculine designs with it!

Andrea said...

How fun, the designs possible are endless. I want it!!!!

Heather said...

So many ideas! I would probably first make something for Christmas of New Year's. Maybe something for my friend's "Llama, Llama Red Pajama Party"....

Anonymous said...

Cute cutter, and wow, the cookies you made with them! I think it would be a great shape for either place cards, or a filigree design.

Wilma said...

Since these cookies look like porcelain I would use them as ediable name plates at a Victorian Tea Party - using beautiful antique tea service! Hope I get the cutter so I can show each of you my cookie decorating skills.

Anonymous said...

I would love that cutter! I would use it to make 300 cookies for my son's upcoming wedding!

Meaga84 said...

I can see it making pretty spring cookies with lots of little flowers in the middle!

Bea @ CancunCOOKIES said...

I've been day dreaming about this COOKIE Cutter ever since you first shared it with us... I would use it for LOTS and I mean LOTS of COOKIES!!! Love it! Thanks for sharing!! My email bea968 {at]gmail {dot] com

Anonymous said...

Well who is Beth and how do I buy this if I don't win? I think a basket of May flowers would be beautiful on this shape, but I'd also decorate them for birthday and Christmas gifts and tie them on top as the name tag. So fun.
Thanks,
christiecando@yahoo.com

Stephen and Melody said...

I would use it for daughter's second birthday! Thanks for the giveaway! Merry Christmas!

Just Ask Laura said...

This cutter makes a gorgeous cookie as you've shown, but it also has options if you get creative... cut it straight across from point to point and you can use each half as a hat on a round cookie -- or -- punch a hole in one of the round corners and hang it on the angle as an ornament.

Pick me Mrs. Claus! Merry Christmas to all you, yours and all your readers!

Michele said...

Honestly, what could you NOT do with that adorable cutter?!? Monograms instantly come to mind, but it is super versatile and tres cute! I promise, it would have a good home here.

Shannau said...

What a GORGEOUS cutter!!! I'd like to make ornaments with that cutter- that'd look beautiful on my tree and the kids would LOVE decorating those ornaments. And necklaces too!
shanna.u at gmail dot com

Isa said...

They're sooo cute! I want oneee, pleeeeease? Lol
I'll use it for almost EVERYTHING! Probably any occasion as a message cookie :-) thanks!!!

Tarah Jean said...

I would love to try to make QUILT pieces, looks like they would line up perfect it you staggered them, fill a whole platter with beautiful little quilt squares, I'm going to start looking for one just in case I don't win, I have to try it!!! Thanks for the Inspiration!

Dunn with Care said...

I love this cutter!! So many things could be done with it! Love the place card idea, but tgey look like name tag or logo cards...or a nice shape to a scene cookie.. or ohh a monogram cookie for a wedding or special occasion! ! Lol so many ideas
Dunnwithcare@gmail.com
Kelly D.

Amira Moore said...

I LOVE this cutter it could be used for so many ideas, I love the place card idea or a monogram cookie or poke a hole in it and its a gift tag cookie. I would love to add this to my collection!!

The Sugar Tree said...

I would set it on the shelf in my kitchen and admire it from afar. Shiny.

Or, I would do like everyone else mentioned and make great centerpiece cookies with it.

It's a toss up.

FLight said...

Soft pink background, with white center, and a HOT PINK letter K for my beautiful 4 year old daughter. Excuse me... 4 AND A HALF! :o)

Sarah Trefny said...

I would love this cutter to make gift tag cookies!

ENicoleN said...

Use them for Christmas Tree Ornaments, send as a thank you, or save the dates :D

Amber said...

I love those! I'd use it for EVERYTHING...I'm already seeing a fancy roof for a gingerbread house :)

Rosalinda said...

That is beautiful and I will use that cookie cutter for EVERYTHING from name tags, xmas window, fancy designs, purse, belt buckle you name it!!! :)

Anonymous said...

I would use it as a thank you card cookie. I would use it all the time!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE this cutter! I have never seen it before! I can see this being great for lots of different occasions and designs! Thanks!
Bonnie.l.adams at gmail dot com

suzie said...

oh my goodness i just found this page!!!!! yayayyayyay

Honey Long said...

Oh my goodness I will be able to use this cookie cutter for everything. On Valentines [put my sayings on them]. I guess Caption boxes would be the biggest thing [on every holiday]. Thanks. I do have a question, why if we post our responses do you not just choose the answer you like instead of random.org? Just curious. Thanks for the opportunity.

Nicole ~ The Diva said...

OOO This cutter is on my Christmas wish list! But since my husband does not think I need any more cutters or why I would be willing to pay $13 dollars for ONE ... I don't think I will be getting it from him.

I hope I can win this. It matches the frame that I use in my logo and I could use the cutter to make logo cookies to go with each of my orders.

Nicole C Burris
coco_ceboo (at) yahoo.com

Catie said...

So pretty! I would use this cutter to make...TURTLES! So, I'm a mom of boys, and I can totally see 4 turtle profiles around the outside of the cookie, with a name or message inside that. I don't know if I could ever pull it off, but it would be fun to try!

justonemorecatie at hotmail dot com

Becky Becker said...

I've been dying for one of these adorable cutters! I would use it for anything and everything! I think every platter I do would end up with a plaque shaped cookie or 2....or 10!!! I KNOW I could do some really cute Christmas cookies with this cutter!

The A Team said...

I would use this cutter all yhe time. 8 think it would be useful in all themes!

Anonymous said...

I would use this cutter to make wedding favors for my upcoming wedding in march! Love it!!

Janis- YellowCardMom@hotmail.com

Dianne@Baking4Six said...

I would use it to make.... hmm, I don't know? something really creative and kinda secretive - but then I would share it on my blog (and FB page) with everyone, especially Beth @ Coppergifts, because she really is a sweety!!

Suzie O said...

I would use these for birthdays....to make Happy Birthday cookies, to write their age on etc. So many uses...love the ones you came up with.

Aurora mama de Jordan said...

I would love to use that cutter to put in a basket of cookies and that one in the center with the birthday person's name, or celebration or whatever, it is awesome!!

Rebecca said...

This cutter would make a beautiful frame for a cameo cookie!

Goosie Girl said...

I would use it for all my cookie making! I love using simple shapes rather than traditional cutters...

Diane said...

Beautiful Cutter and the ideas could be endless!
Probably something for my grandkids!

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