I do have other owl cutters, but I love this one because it is the perfect size. I couldn't wait to use it, so I decided on some little Halloween owls. This is what I came up with:
I see myself finding excuses to use this little cutter a lot...love it!
I also can't wait to try the other designs that I got...the little gnomes are adorable and of course the toadstool was a must as well...never know when you will need some of those as well!
I was even bored enough last week to whip up some "minis". Now, I will be the first to admit that typically minis are not not. my. thing. Period. They are super cute, but they seem to be almost as much work as a regular size cookie, but you have a lot less to show for your efforts.
These however, just might be an exception!
I had purchased some clear, plastic containers from Pick Your Plum. I have to admit that their "daily deals" are a weakness of mine! You may or may not want to purchase some inexpensive chevron infinity scarves in every color, just because they were such a good deal...just sayin'!
Anyhoo, after I decorated the minis they looked like this:
I then bagged them up and heat sealed them:
Put them in one of the cute little 4 x 4 boxes and tied it with a simple tulle bow, added a little Halloween tag that I made using my Silhouette and VOILA!
Whatcha' think? Wouldn't this be a fun way to get "boooooooo-d" for Halloween?!
Today I will be working on some "coloring book" cookies. Taylor asked if I would make her some Halloween ones that they could decorate while staying at Nana's house. How can you say no to that?!
Til next time!