Tutorial: aluminum flowers, cookie-cutter type

mommyandme2September 12, 2011

We used 2 sets of flower-shaped cookie cutters. One set made 8-petal cookies of different sizes & the other makes 6-petal cookies of different sizes. Cutting out one flower of each size in a set & stacking them looks nice. They can be held together with a brad or sewn together with a button. Also, 2 or 3 layers of the cookie-cutter type topped with 2 or 3 layers of the crysanthemum-type looks nice. See photo # 32 in our album. - Laura

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