Stampin' Up! has found a way to bring stamping into the kitchen and help you create some yummy stamped treats with the help of the Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps!
Now you can create fun and tasty stamped cookies to give as gifts or for your own holiday events. The set includes three silicone stamps shapes—jack-o-lantern, snowflake, and heart—plus, 1 wooden handle, and 2 great cookie recipes.
Fit a silicone stamp over the bottom of wooden handle and press into dough—it’s that easy! Best of all, it's food-safe, easy-to-clean and dishwasher safe.
Think about all the fun you can have making stamped cookies (or event modeling dough!) with the kids! Or, making them for holiday treats, wedding table favors, gifts for friends, and more! Plus, you can even stamp on fondant, and use them as chocolate molds!
Here's Sara Douglass to show you more about this sweet new product!
(If you're reading this blog post as an email, you must go to my actual post see the video.)
I was introduced to the Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps at our big Convention last July when we had them for dessert at one of our lunches—YUM!
They also gave us a few tips about using the Cookie Stamps…
TIP 1: The two recipes that come with the Cookie Stamps, suger cookie and shortbread cookie recipes, have been tested and proven to provide the best stamping results on your cookies. Start with those!
Tip 2: If you want to try your own recipes, the "drier" cookie batters that hold a rolled ball shape will work the best. Obviously, the drop cookies won't hold an impression, because they are too moist. But, even some of the shortbread or sugar cookie recipes will lose the impression while baking if the batter isn't stiff enough. They mentioned gingerbread cookies as another possibility for good results.