Grab a pack of little alphabet cookie cutters, and get creating! The Sweet Creations 38-Piece Alphabet Numbers Cookie and Fondant Cutter Set isn’t just for fondant. These little letter cutters are perfect for all sorts of adorable kitchen crafting. We’ve hunted down 7 favorite ideas that will have you creating adorable letter treats all year long. Check out our list of 7 clever Alphabet Cookie Cutter Ideas, then grab a set of your own and create away. These little cutters are big time fun!
1. Create a Cookie Note
Give someone a special note that’s edible and sweet! This can be anything from “Happy Birthday” to “Thank You” to “You’re Special”. Use a sweet treat to tell someone how you feel! SWEETOPIA has all the instructions to make the perfect cookie note.
2. Cut Out Veggies for Alphabet Soup
Let your kids play with their food! Stamp out alphabet letters in zucchini for a healthy and educational dinner activity. Younger kids can learn basic words, and older children can brush up on more difficult vocabulary. Find out how to make this fun dinner activity at NOUVEAU RAW.
3. Make a Personalized Pie
Personalize a pie for a birthday or any special occasion. Simply use extra dough to spell out your message, then bake. Learn more at MERRIMENT DESIGN.
4. Cook Your Own Crackers
Want a fun snack for your kiddos? Homemade crackers take the cake, and alphabet shapes make them even better! Tuck this snack in your kids’ lunch, and they’ll be delighted! Get instructions at THE COOKING OF JOY.
5. Build a Bento
Go all out and make a lunch your kids will actually eat. This alphabet-themed bento makes an exciting lunch. Pick a letter and use alphabet cutters to make letters wherever you can- fruits, veggies, a sandwich. BENTO LUNCHES has instructions for making the perfect alphabet bento lunch.
6. Cut a Custom Centerpiece
Get creative and make name cards or a centerpiece with squash alphabet letters! Use toothpicks to secure the letters to anything from a freshly baked pie to mini pumpkins. What a great way to liven up your Thanksgiving table! Learn how to create squash letters at OH HAPPY DAY.
7. Make Your Own Little Lunchbox Notes
Send your kids to school with personalized lunch box notes that they can eat. This little gesture will brighten their day! The easiest way to do this? Use our recipe and make your own 3-Ingredient Shortbread Letters. Create fun little lunchbox cookies in minutes with our Sweet Creations 38-Piece Alphabet Numbers Cookie and Fondant Cutter Set. This simple shortbread recipe calls for just 3 ingredients, and makes a big batch of teeny, tiny letters every kid will love!