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We've had numerous requests to be able to see the cookies and cookie cutters we featured on our home page in past seasons so here they are, going backward from the most recent one to the 1st one we posted.


Birdhouse Cookies

Our colorful Birdhouse Cookies are made by Kim from The Partiologist. Be sure to check out her blog for more of her clever creations. sure to check out her blog for more of her clever creations.

St. Patrick's Day cookie


Chinese New Year Cookies
Our Chinese New Year cookies were made by Patty Chua of Patty's Cookies. See more of her creations at https://www.facebook.com/PattyCookies



Bakers putting together Gingerbread White House Display
You can see a short video of the building of the 2013 Gingerbread White House here and also download a pdf of the springerle recipe used for cookies or one for making springerle decorations here.

Happy Thanksgiving


October is National Cookie Month


Enchanted Forest Cookies
Some of the most clever and enchanting cookies we've seen come to us from Celebrations of Hong Kong. They've taken the paper art of Quilling to new heights by using the quilling technique with fondant to form all the designs you see here. They are also the winner of the Inspiration Challenge at CakeCentral.com. You can see more of the wonderful ideas of Celebrations on their Facebook page - http://www.facebook.com/CelebrationsHongKong

Cookie Make Me Happy Cookies
Linda Vandermeer from Brisbane, Australia, designed and made our little "Cookies Make Me Happy" cookies using rice paper and fondant. They definitely fit with our feelings about cookies. You can see her tutorial about how to create them on her blog - Bubble and Sweet.

April Showers Cookies
It's time for April showers and we are pleased to show you these beautiful handpainted umbrella cookies designed by Clare Welage of The Whimsical Whisk, Inc., whimsicalwhisk.com (317) 730-6802.

Figolli from Malta
Maltese Figolli are a centuries old traditional Easter pastry. The ones we show here are made by Hope Vella. You can see more of how she did them on her facebook page "Nice Cakes & Sweet Treats."
To learn more about the custom of making Figolli, please check out our Figolli article here.

Valentine Cookies
Our Simple Hearts cookies are from Glory at GloriousTreats.com. You can view how she made them at http://www.glorioustreats.com/2012/02/simple-heart-valentines-cookies-decorating-how-to.html

Snow Angel Cookies
Our very clever stacked Snow Angel Cookies are made by Mike of SemiSweetDesigns.com. Check out his tutorial on how to make them at http://www.semisweetdesigns.com/2012/12/21/stacked-snow-angel-cookies/#more-1358



Christmas Greeting

Our clever and creative Christmas Trees were made by Kim at The Partiologist. You can see her tutorial on how to make them yourself at http://www.thepartiologist.blogspot.com/2012/12/oh-christmas-tree-cookies.html. The cookie cutter she used is Homespun Christmas Tree, an exclusive, sold at Karen's Cookies.


Cookie Cutter WeekSince it's Cookie Cutter Week, we thought we'd have a little fun and test your cookie cutter knowledge. All the cutters above came out in 2012. How many can you identify. If you want to list all 44 of them and send to us (list from left to right, top to bottom), tell us the brand they are sold under, the name of the set and the shape. All winning entries will go in a drawing for a nice special selection of cookie cutters. Send your guesses to rhenry@cookiecuttersearch.com by 11:59 pm, Sunday, Dec. 9th.


Thanksgiving Turkeys
Our delightful Thanksgiving Turkeys are made from 2 Oreo cookies, candy corn, Ferrero Rocher Rondnoir for the body and Whopper malted milk balls for the head. Frosting is used for glue and the head and feet details.

Marching Zombies
Happy Halloween! Our zombie parade is the work of 2 cookie artists, Sarah from Song Bird Sweets, who did zombies 1, 3 & 5 and Celeste of Pop Art Cookies for zombies 2 & 4. Why not make your own zombie parade. CheapCookieCutters.com has a zombie cutter available.


Back to School Cookies
Our clever Back To School cookies were all designed and handcut by Susan (Kimsmom76) to give to her eldest daughter, a middle school teacher. The locks on the lockers are mini m&ms detailed with food markers and silver food coloring. (She used silver air brush food coloring right out of the bottle). The writing on the cup was done using a handcut stencil and black food markers. The white accent is food color straight from the bottle. You can see more of Susan's beautiful work on her Flickr page.

Summer Olympics
Here are some cookie cutters for your Summer Olympics cookie baking - Olympic Rings from Ann Clark Ltd (www.annclark.com); swimmer from Cheap Cookie Cutters (www.cheapcookiecutters.com); Olympic Torch from Copper Gifts (www.coppergifts.com); and gymnast and runner from Kitchen Collectibles (kitchengifts.com).

Convention 2012


Father's Day Cookies
For Father's Day we feature this great collection of Father inspired cookies created by Sarah from SongbirdSweets.com. Thanks for sharing these with us.


Bicycle Month Cookies
Our Bicycle Month collage of bike cookies is from: (top tricycle) Paula GT from Brazil; left column: top - Cookieartisan, middle - Bicycle cookies at the Capital Criterium, bottom - Ruthie'sCookies.net; right column: top - Ray George, middle - Copper Gifts Cutters designed by Susan Gish, - bottom - Cookie Artisan

Pinata Cookies for Cinco de Mayo

If you're looking for something different in cookies for Cinco de Mayo, try these very clever burro pinata cookies by Sandra Denneler. They are complete with mini M&M's inside for that special surprise. The complete tutorial for Sandra's colorful cookies is available at sheknows.com

St. Patrick's Day Springerle
To celebrate the Wearin' O The Green, we're sharing the delightful Irish themed springerle from the talented sisters, Beth and Jan of Embossed Edibles. Check their website for more great creations!

Happy Valentine's Day

Our thanks to Susan Shaw from California for the lovely Valentine Hearts.


Winter Cookies

Louise from Denmark provided us with these Wintry decorated cookies. You can see more of her creations on her Flickr photostream here.



Christmas Elves

Cookie Cutter Week


Thanksgiving Cookies

Our thanks to Jill Wettstein for allowing us to use her comical Thanksgiving cookies. You can see more of Jill's cookies on her Flickr photostream here.

Halloween Cookies

Our wonderfully spooky Jack-O-Lantern cookies were created by LilaLoa. Check out her tutorial on how to make them by clicking here.


Granny Square Cookies

Our thanks to Emily Reiman of Sugar and Meringue for allowing us to feature her clever Granny Square Cookies. Click here for her tutorial on how to create them.

Summer Pool Party
Our Poolside cookies are from Johnna Phillips, Polka-dot Zebra. Check out more of her great cookies on Flickr.

Graduation cookies - 2011
Our Graduation cookies are all made from copper cutters by CopperGifts.com. Our thanks to K-Delights for the 2011 with mini Hat, Susan Gish for the Smiley Face Grad and Susan Schmitt of The Painted Cookie for the Grad Owl and our Happy Grad.

Spring Birds
"Waiting for Mother," a cookie cutter designed and sold by Cookies in 1997 was used for this singing birds cookie. Cutter was crafted by tinsmith Peter Blum, III of North Carolina.


Mardi Gras Cookies
Our festive Mardi Gras white chocolate molded oreos were created by Kristy Renee Perkins of Ohio using a mold by Spinning Leaf.com


Valentine Hearts
Valentine Hearts by Heidi Bauer of Cindy's Confections


January Snowman



Christmas Nativity Mold


Cookie Cutter Week


Ann Clark Turkey Cookies

Our thanks to Ann Clark Ltd. for letting us use their Mincemeat Turkey Tarts photo created with their turkey cookie cutter. See Ann's blog entry with recipe here.


Scalloped Sea Shells
Beautiful Scalloped Sea Shell Cookies created by Carole Firstenberger using a copper cutter made by ECrandal.com

California Convention



Patriotic Cookies



Faberge Egg Cookies

Our beautiful Faberge Egg Cookies for this Easter Season are from FancyFlours.com

Oscar Cookies

Our thanks to Bakerella at www.bakerella.com for letting us share her great Oscar Cookies with our readers. For a tutorial on making them please click here.

Valentine Couple


Winter Snowflakes



Partridge in a Pear Tree

We'd like to thank Megan from notmartha.org for sharing the lovely Gingerbread Partridge In A Pear Tree with us. For complete instructions on how to make your own Partridge In A Pear Tree please check out her NotMartha website.

Leaf Cutters


Summer Cookie Cutters


Mother's Day Hat Cookies




Valentine Cutters



Happy Holidays 2008


Cookie Cutter Week


Thanksgiving Greeting


Gingerbread Skeletons