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After cutting out rounds of cookie dough, create a pattern by using the bottom of a fancy glass. Simply dip the glass in some flour, then press the glass into the cookie dough to create an imprint. Use a pastry brush to remove the excess flour from the cookie.

doily-imprinted cookie dough - what a cool idea! Or how about PIE CRUSTS doily-printed?! photo gallery by photographer tara sloggett (inspiration only) - #cookie #dough #doily #imprint #roll #rolling #pin #decorate #food #pie #crust - tå√

Swan Cookies

Swan Cookies

Swan Cookies

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Fossil Cookies

Fossil Cookies by marthastewart: Use food safe plastic insects for making the imprints. #Cookies #Fossils

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Host a Christmas Cookie Exchange Party

Easter flower cookies...looks pretty easy! Roll a sugar cookie dough ball in colored sugar. Snip it in half with scissors, then snip each half into three petals. Gently spread the petals apart and lay flat.

Prepackaged Cookie Dough on bottom, Reese's in the middle, and brownie batter on top. Bake at 350 for 18 minutes.

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Sugar Cookies

Heart Cookies

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Tasty Tuesday: Easy Reindeer Cookies

Easy Reindeer Cookies - using 1 roll of pre-made cookie dough, M and Pretzels! So fun!