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  • Heidi Hanscom

    I love this vintage-y Christmas decoration for the kitchen. I have all of those cookie cutters from my Grandma!

  • Patti Wallis

    vintage Christmas cookie cutters & kitchen gadgets

  • Linda

    cookie cutters ~ sweet vintage kitchen display

  • Kathleen Lane

    Fun Christmas kitchen things! :: I have my Mom's jadeite pour spout mixing bowl & a number of her cookie cutters & wooden handled tools, too ~ I'm so doing this next year!

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  • Sue Downes

    I have a hand cookie cutter and a small heart... and make "heart in hand" tree ornaments from cinnamon dough. Don't press the heart completely through the hand. Then I paint the heart red and cover both sides with water based poly. They last forever as long as you don't drop them and break them....or let the mice get at them LOL. - en av Sveriges största inredningsbloggar