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  • Michelle Buchkowsky

    After cutting out rounds of cookie dough, create a pattern by using the bottom of a fancy glass. Beat the old cookie press

  • Rebecca Summers

    Use the bottom of a fancy glass to create a pattern on cookie dough. (First dip glass in flour -> press into dough -> remove excess flour with pasty brush). Great for shortbread cookies.

  • Alyssa Klotz

    This is a great idea, and you can always find at least one pretty lone glass at the Salvation Army or Goodwill. Doing this for Christmas! I would also make them more clean-cut around the edges by imprinting first on rolled out dough and then cutting around it with the cookie cutter.

  • Emma Hickey

    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.... very cute idea!

  • Carole Elliott

    Great idea! - 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.

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