Creative Ways to Use Cookie Cutters #4: Tissue Paper Art

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Have you thought of other creative ways to use cookie cutters? Today we will look at how to make tissue paper art using cookie cutters. A flower cookie cutter lends itself well to being shaped into a flower. I just cut out a stack of 4 hot pink flower shapes, stabbed a pipe cleaner through it, and fluffed the petals. That’s it. The daffodil was formed out of two pieces of yellow tissue paper, one flat and the other one pointing outwards. I got a lid of a coke bottle and put it into the middle of the daffodil, folding the tissue paper into a cup. Super easy.

If you have other shapes of cookie cutters, you can make a tissue paper stained glass window. Start with a light color of tissue paper, like light pink, peach, or yellow. Cut the large sheet of tissue paper into a vertical rectangle with a pointed top, like a cathedral window. Tape the tissue paper to the window. Then use your cookie cutter as a stencil to make colorful shapes to glue onto the larger piece of tissue paper. This is especially beautiful with a maple leaf cookie cutter with orange, red, and brown tissue paper leaves against a yellow background. Enjoy your stained glass window.

Next up in our blog series: Creative Ways to Use Cookie Cutters #5. Hint: This was my son’s idea. We tried it one way, failed, then modified the wonderful breakfast idea until it worked!

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4 Responses to “Creative Ways to Use Cookie Cutters #4: Tissue Paper Art”

  1. Linda Ursin says:

    That’s a great way to get some use out of them ‘out of season’. Mine don’t get used except before Christmas

  2. Alana says:

    The only way I used cookie cutters when my son was young (besides making cookies) was to make scented dough and we would cut them into Christmas tree ornaments. I never thought of a flower or a stained glass like object. Nice creativity!

    • Susan says:

      My kids have made Christmas tree ornaments with cookie cutters on clay. You have to pierce the tops before they dry, then paint them. They came out great!

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