So y’all know I have a thing for Etsy vintage. Remind me to post pictures of the boy’s new fedora.

Months ago, I stumbled upon vintage cookie cutters & couldn’t think of any good reason not to get them, so I did.

But I had no rolling pin, so I couldn’t really do anything with them.

They’re fun. There are five of them, in playing card suits (heart, diamond, spade, club) and there’s an extra bonus star.

I ended up getting a rolling pin about a week ago, you can see it in the background of the photo. It’s black! A nice gothic touch to baking time.

So today I finally baked sugar cookies.

I need to work on my rolling skills because they ended up rather uneven, but they taste good and they don’t look half bad, so I’m calling that a win. Especially considering it was my very first sugar cookie attempt.

Will eventually make a batch with black & red icing. Not feeling daring enough for that just yet.

Categories: miscellany


Steph/seenonflickr · May 2, 2010 at 10:16 am

Awesome, I love them! (Confession: I have never made rolled-out cookies before, but I have a cool boat-shaped cookie-cutter – and a bunny-shaped one – that I am going to try. It’s on my 101 things in 1001 days list.)

Rachel · May 3, 2010 at 10:54 am

My parents have those cookie cutters! They’re huge bridge players, so my mom used to make sugar cookies for bridge nights with them. 🙂

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