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Set of 8 Christmas biscuit / cookie cutters / playdoh shapes £3.00 online & instore plus recipe links in thread @ Wilko

£3.00 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
Lovely set of 8 biscuit cutters with all of the shapes you could possibly want for Christmas. Kids love to make basic shortbread and ginger bread biscuits and decorate them with icing, sweets and choc… Read More
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Lovely set of 8 biscuit cutters with all of the shapes you could possibly want for Christmas. Kids love to make basic shortbread and ginger bread biscuits and decorate them with icing, sweets and chocolates or put a hole in the top part of the biscuit, thread some ribbon through them and hang them on the tree. You can also use them as play-doh cutters too as they are stainless steel. I have included shortbread and gingerbread recipe links below.

You get -

House

Christmas tree

Gingerbread man

Stocking

Snowflake

Candy Cane

Reindeer

Snowman

Free click and collect online or instore

Basic Shortbread recipe HERE

Gingerbread Recipe HERE
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1 Like #1
Hot - especially for the extra effort of finding recipe links :p
1 Like #2
Will try your recipes as our gingerbread recipe from last year won't be used again (_;) lovely cutters which will inspire us to try again this year :D
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These are great for salt dough Christmas tree decorations paint add glitter then spray with clear varnish and use a straw to make a hole for a hook or ribbon. I always make these with the grandkids then put them in a nice wee box so they can give them to their mums they last for years and it's lovely to see them on the tree every year. There're plenty of examples ofon YouTube.

Edited By: jigger1 on Nov 08, 2016 19:12: A

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