I am excited to announce Semi Sweet Designs’ cookie cutter shop is now officially open for business!
Thank you all for being so patient as we get the shop up and running. My brother and I having been busy redesigning the blog to work seamlessly with the implementation of the new store. Our goals for this site were to have a cleaner layout and a brighter color palette, to establish a fully-secured site for accepting online credit card payments, and to create an overall better user experience. Now, after three months of planning, we are proud to say, “welcome to the shop!”
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Due to the initial, limited quantities of stock, the shop will likely to sell out pretty quickly. Please bear with us through this beginning stage of “growing pains.” We hope to become more efficient and faster with restocking the store. However, as the orders are processed, more stock will be created, and the shop will open its doors once fully stocked again.
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New Cookie Cutters Available!
Now on to the good stuff. Here’s a quick overview of the cutters available now. Not a ton of surprises here. Most of the cutters available today are based on past blog post tutorials. However, be on the lookout for new cutter announcements! I will continue to post tutorials on the blog and the coordinating cookie cutters in the store more regularly.
Santa in Flight Cookie Cutter Set
As mentioned in my preview post last week, this set of cookie cutters creates a fun Santa in Flight cookie platter of Santa in his sleigh guided by his tiny reindeer. The set includes one Santa sleigh cookie cutter and one reindeer cookie cutter. The detailed decorating tutorial and free template for these designs can be found on the blog at this link: How to Make a Santa in Flight Cookie Platter.
Semi-Circle Cookie Cutter
A seemingly simple shape that can work on various designs. This semi-circle cookie cutter was previously used for patriotic bunting cookies and airbrushed wave cookies. The tutorial for those two decorated cookie designs can be found on the blog at these links: Airbrushed Patriotic Bunting Cookies, Airbrushed Wave Cookies.
Starburst Cookie Cutter Set
Need a quick and easy platter idea? This starburst cookie cutter set is perfect for any celebration, from New Years to the 4th of July! Each set comes with three cookie cutters in a large, a medium and a small size. Also, you have a choice between having cutters with or without star imprint. The tutorials for decorating cookie platters using these cookie cutters can be found on the blog at these links: Patriotic Starburst Cookie Platter, New Year’s Starburst Cookie Platter.
Note: The imprints of the inside sections are designed to only mark the inside two corners of the star. This is to prevent the dough from getting stuck in small triangle sections of the star.
Ghost on a Pumpkin Cookie Cutter
Don’t all ghosts like to chill on top of pumpkins? This ghost on a pumpkin cookie cutter creates cookies that will bring a smile to anyone’s face during Halloween. This design comes in two different sizes: Regular and Small. Find the full tutorial on this design as well as how to add a ghost to any other cutter at the following blog link: How to Add a Ghost to Any Cookie.
Ship Cookie Cutter
This cookie cutter of the front view of a ship is quite versatile. Perfect for either Thanksgiving Mayflower cookies or a Pirate-themed birthday platter. The decorating tutorial for Thanksgiving Mayflower cookies can be found on the blog.
Pumpkin Pie Slice Cookie Cutter
Perfect for fall, or for any pie occasion! These cute pumpkin pie slice cookie cutters are available in two sizes: Regular (based on the original gingerbread house cutter) and Small. The tutorial and free template for these cutie pies can be found on the blog at this link: How to Make Pumpkin Pie Slice Cookies.
That’s it for now, but be on the lookout for more to come. One last thing. THANK YOU ALL for being so patient with the shop opening. It may have took longer than expected, but I’m happy that it’s finally up and running. Also, thank you to those that reached out to me and expressed kinds words of support in this new venture. The cookie community really rocks! Thank you!
I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! Happy Holidays!