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This homemade recipe is really excellent. Its very happy and enjoyable moment. These cute baby look very adorable who are making with recipe. I impressed by that.

Adorable~!! When our Grand daughter was here we made cookies .. but since she is 5 it was a more simple design.

What a great idea ... wish I saw this before my son's first day of school, but I will use this idea for another occasion. Thanks for sharing!

What a fabulous idea. Anyone that receives this as a gift will be thrilled.

Beautiful pictures too... :o)

What a wonderful cookie stamp! We are doing cookies tonight and that would have been perfect! Oh, well, maybe next year.



Darling cookies! The chocoholic in me is already devising a way to make them chocolate dipped without obscuring the printed message...
~ Lynda ;)

Yay! It's the first of the month and time for another fabulous post from you -- and this is one of my very favorites! You naughty, naughty little girl -- I'm probably going to have to go and order that stamp now -- it's just too cute. Thanks for another wonderful post Lisa!

I love that cookie stamp. And, your lovely ideas.

I hope these beautiful cookies are tasty as well. Cookies are a thoughtful gift and always appreciated. Along with the Martha Washington candy, I am going to start my holiday baking next week. Nice post.

Those look yummy! I have a few cookie stamps but have not had success with them. They have "puffed" up during baking and the design gets "lost". I will try your recipe. Is the orange scallop cutter part of a set? It looks like one I have had for years :)

These are so adorable! I have never seen cookie stamps before, but now I'm ready to look for some of my own. Thanks for sharing this cute way to decorate cookies:>)

What a beautiful and creative gift and I love the packaging. Anyone who received these can see how much love with into them. Merry Christmas

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