Monday, December 19, 2011

Vintage Cookie Cutter Garland

I made this garland a few years back when I wanted a fresh way to display my collection of vintage Christmas cookie cutters.

This year I hung the garland in my kitchen from the open shelving. A few years ago the garland hung across a window. 

It was very simple to make. I took an old Christmas sheet (or you could use fabric or an old tablecloth) and cut some long strips for the garland. Then I ripped smaller strips of fabric to hang the cutters with. I chose to rip the smaller pieces of fabric because I like a tattered/rustic look, but you could just as easily cut them neatly with scissors.

I alternated aluminum cookie cutters with the clear plastic red ones. Each one is tied from the handle.

When I get tired of displaying them this way I can untie the cookie cutters and they are as good as new!

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1 comment:

  1. What a great idea! I have so many things like that tucked away and I'm never sure how I want to display them. So cute.


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