Antique Cookie Cutters

 

Yesterday I did some rearranging of my early cookie cutters. I like how they look when mounted on an old cutting board. These have been mounted on this one since the 1970′s and it was time to replace a couple and fix some of the velcro that holds them in place.

Early cookie cutters have always been a passion of mine. Every year I would look forward to using them for making Christmas cookies. Did you know that about the same time the Europeans first settled here, check they began bending and soldering tinplates into cookie cutters. By the early 1800′s tin peddlers traveled country roads to delight children with cutters for creating cookies like flowers, thumb designs, animals,  people and more. Owners treasured their cookie cutters, and some Pennsylvania German families handed down their collections from one generation to the next. Many families still do this today. Why not start your collection and make a happy memory for you family?

HAPPY DAY

Carole

 

10 Responses to “Antique Cookie Cutters”

  1. tj Says:

    …Oh my! What a lovely cookie cutter collection you have too! I love the stocking, the star and the eagle…well, really, I love ‘em all! :o )

    …And what a neat idea too – to display them on an old cutting board! I love that! I just may have to borrow that idea from you… ;o)

    …Enjoy your weekend!

    …Blessings… :o )

  2. Linda Says:

    These are just beautiful! Thanks for sharing a wonderful idea.

  3. carolemurals Says:

    tj and Linda, if you have cookie cutters and think you might try this idea, maybe you could send a photo in an email of your collection and I’ll post it on my website. I am sure everyone would love to see.
    Thank you for leaving your comments.
    Carole

  4. Barbara Melotto Says:

    Caroler,

    I thought I was happy with collecting heart cookie cutters and a few bird ones. After seeing your wonderful collection I think I am in trouble.

    Barbara

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