Origami Cookie Cutter

How To : Use the cookie cutter tool in Photoshop Elements 4.0

Adobe Photoshop Elements is the consumer version of the Adobe Photoshop raster image editing product. In this video tutorial you will learn to use the cookie cutter tool in Photoshop Elements 4.0 to create shapes out of your photos. The tool is great for creating signs and logos.

How To : Origami a fortune cookie

Michael LaFosse is at it again and this time he's bringing a little fortune into your future! Work along with the master as he shows you step by step instructions in this how-to video on how to fold a fortune cookie box. This project makes a perfect party favor! Follow along w ...more

How To : Make a cookie bowl from folded paper with origami

With this guide, you'll learn how to make a cookie bowl from folded paper using origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own folded-paper cookie ...more

How To : Craft a green ribbon banner gift bow and tag

Sure, you could hit up Target and purchase a large bag filled with cookie cutter ribbons and bows, but why not adorn your next special gift with something a bit more, well, special? In this beginner origami tutorial, you'll learn how to craft a green ribbon banner that can be ...more

How To : Bake dog biscuits at home

Ashley Kelly shows viewers how they can make their own Dog treats at home! First, you should make sure you wash your hands. Next, you should add 1/2 cup of peanut butter to a bowl and add 1/2 cup of milk to this. Add 1 cup of wheat flour and 1.5 teaspoon of baking powder. Mix ...more

How To : Make pie crust decorations

Impress your friends by learning how to make pie crust decorations with this easy-to-follow cooking video. This pie decorating lesson is brought to you by Susan Reid on How2Heroes. Search How2Heroes on WonderHowTo for more cooking videos. Scraps of leftover chilled dough from ...more

How To : Make edible fruit bouquets and arrangements

This video demonstrates how to make edible fruit bouquets and arrangements. you can use any fruit and chocolate. Start with a ceramic base. Also, you'll need a Styrofoam ball about 2 inches larger than the base, a hot glue gun, flower shaped cookie cutters, a pack of toothpick ...more

How To : Make flower shaped tea sandwiches with Sandra Lee

Whether you're prepping for an outdoor picnic with your loved ones or creating a finger food menu for afternoon tea, tea sandwiches never fail to be a healthy yet appetizing treat. Learn how to make simple tea sandwich flowers - i.e., tea sandwiches stamped into a flower shap ...more

How To : Make healthy, yummy dog treats at home

In this how-to video, you will learn how to make dog treats and biscuits. These have no preservatives, colors, or artificial ingredients. Turn the oven to 350 degrees F. Take 24 oz plain flour, 2 eggs, 8 oz oats, 2 tablespoons chicken stock, 16 oz chicken livers, and a cup of ...more

How To : Weave paper for origami and other paper crafts

This video shows how to weave paper. This paper can then be used to make crafts such as origami. You may want some supplies: a cutting board, a paper cutter, scotch tape, and square origami paper (6"x6"). Start with two sheets of paper. Cut the paper into thin strips, 1/2" eac ...more

How To : Bake sticky jam scones with your kids

Have a blast while making a delicious treat that's sweet and gooey to eat! Carrie tweaks a traditionally English breakfast item by adding an element of surprise. This recipe will have your friends and family begging you for seconds! Follow along with this cooking how-to video ...more

How To : Make custom cookie cutters

Do you like making fun-shaped cookies? Have you grown tired of the cookie cutter cookie cutters you can buy at the store? Watch this video to learn how you can easily make your own cookie cutters in whatever shape you want!

How To : Make your own cookie cutters with Threadbanger

Had enough of cookie-cutter cookie cutters? Make your own! It's easier than you'd think. So easy, in fact, that this DIY guide from Threadbanger can present a complete overview of the process in about three minutes' time. For complete instructions, and to get started a-makin' ...more

How To : Make quick homemade cookies with the Roller Cutter

The holidays mean two things to us: Delicious, sugary holiday cookies and a great deal of hustle and bustle from shopping, parties, and meeting with friends. But with all this on your plate it's easy to get overwhelemed and not know how to fit everything in. But worry not. Ch ...more

How To : Make Playdough Christmas cookies with your kids

Childcareland demonstrates how to make Play dough Christmas cookies with your kids in this video. You will need play dough, cookie cutters, something to roll with and a baking sheet. Take the play dough and manipulate it until it is soft and flexible. This is good for developi ...more

How To : Make swirled chocolate heart cake decorations

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make swirled chocolate heart cake decorations. Users will need a heart shape cookie cutter. Brush some oil inside the cookie cutter and some butter one the outside. Then press on some wax paper on the outside of the cookie cutter to ...more

How To : Make raspberry filled, nut free Linzer cookies

A delicious dessert for your Valentine's Day dinner! For this recipe, you will need: 3 sticks of butter, 1 cup granulated sugar, 1 large egg, 3 1/2 cups flour, 1/4 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, 1 cup thick raspberry preserved, confectioner's sugar (powdered sugar) ...more

How To : Pixelate or blur people's faces in Sony Vegas

In this video tutorial, Mad Cow Moo shows you how to do blurs on footage in Sony Vegas. Looking on the time line for a break in the audio, place the cursor at this point and hit s on the keyboard to split the video into segments Go to the time line to the final frame you want ...more

How To : Make heart-shaped rices krispy treats

Make a fun marshmallow treat for Valentines Day! You will need: Cooking spray 3 tablespoons margarine 6 C mini marshmallows Red food coloring 9 C Rice Krispy cereal Plastic bags Yarn Heart shaped cookie cutter 10 x 15 cookie sheet Prepare your cookie sheet by sprayi ...more

How To : Make a polymer clay chocolate bon-bon

How to make a Polymer Clay Chocolate Bon-Bon (Chocolate Truffle with peanut Butter filling using polymar clay). The items needed for Chocolate Truffle with peanut butter filling are Brown clay, Dark Brown Clay, Tan Clay, Fluted Circle/Flower Cookie cutter and toothpick. To ma ...more

How To : Embellish wall decals with polymer clay

Ilysa Bierer and Kira Slye with Polymer Clay TV demonstrate how to embellish wall decals with polymer clay. Wall decals come in a variety of styles. You can embellish wall decals in a variety of ways to make them your own. Take transfer paper and use parts of the design to inc ...more

HowTo : Pizza Lollipops. Yes, Please!

We've featured lots of fun lollipop recipes (Pop Tarts, pie, and more), but ahhhhh!!! This is the best yet! Sorry, I really love pizza (c'mon, don't we all?). And bite-sized pizza lollipops sound perfect. Especially when you can sample lots of different toppings. The Decorate ...more

How To : Make & decorate a pastel flower cake

In this video we learn how to make & decorate a pastel flower cake. You can make a lot of things with just one icing tip. First take a round white cake with white icing. Then, use a start tip to draw three flowers onto the cake. Create a green vine to connect all of these flow ...more

How To : Make mince pies

In this video, we learn how to make mince pies. Start out by sprinkling flour onto your counter and then rolling out your dough for the pies. Roll this out until it's thin, then cut out circles with a cookie cutter and place into a muffin pan. After this, fill with the mince f ...more

How To : Create a mod and retro '60s makeup look

The sixties were an era of letting go of the cookie cutter past (gender stereotypes especially) and paving the way for newfound freedom in ideas about politics, beauty, religion, and really everything. This was the age of Twiggy and other supermodels who flouted the conventio ...more

How To : Create a bright rainbow eye makeup look

Sometimes those pale neutrals and cookie cutter cat eyes get a little boring. Spice up your makeup routine and really stand out whether you're shopping with your gal pals or hitting up a frat party by adding more color to your face. This makeup tutorial shows you how to use m ...more

How To : Make custom Christmas reindeer decorations

This video shows you how to make your own home made Christmas reindeer decorations. You need some floral fabric, scissors, a few feathers, and some artificial eyes. Draw a reindeer template on some cardboard, using a cookie cutter if you wish, and cut it out. Paint some glue t ...more

How To : Use soil block makers to start seeds

A soil block maker is a cool device for starting your seeds. All you do is fill a container with soil and use the block maker like a cookie cutter. Then you'll have little blocks of soil to plant your seeds in, and you can easily transfer the block to your garden. Now stand ba ...more

How To : Decorate butterfly cookies

This video is a demonstration of how to decorate cut-out cookies to make pretty butterflies and ice cream cones. Use any cut-out cookie recipe that holds its shape well. First spread a little buttercream frosting on the cookie. This will serve as a glue for rolled fondant. Use ...more

How To : Make anti-flea biscuits for your dog

Watch this how-to video from the Dog Channel and learn how to make healthy and tasty anti-flea biscuits for your dog. These anti-flea biscuits are sure to be a hit with your dog. Not only are they healthy but they have the added benefit of flea control. Ingredients for anti-f ...more

How To : Bake charming chocolate chip oatmeal cookies

Cookies are the perfect dessert— compact, charming and never cloying— and chocolate chip cookies win the championship. But add a little oatmeal and there's a new winner in the cookie cutter world of desserts. Check out the recipe for these scrumptious chocolate chip oatmeal co ...more

How To : Make flip flops out of gum paste

In this video we learn to make fondant flip flops to decorate cakes. Grab your fondant and mix in your various colors. You can have as many colors as you want but should have at least two. Roll out your first color to your desired thickness. Use a butterfly cookie cutter to cu ...more

How To : Make a gum paste anemone

In order to make a gum paste anemone you first should roll out the gum paste onto a flat surface and cut out about 13 circles of this with a cookie cutter. Use thin foam and ruffle 12 of the petals leaving the last flat. Place your ruffled petal on thick foam and drag a ball t ...more

How To : Use Amaco bead rollers

Our instructor will choose set 2, 6 and 8 to show you what the company offers. On the wrappers are pictures of the types of beads possible with each set. She will create from set 2 today, which makes oval beads. Inside of the packages, such as this package which holds set 2 ar ...more

How To : Cook sweet red bean paste pancakes

You’ve cooked on your own now try cooking with a dog companion. This video will show you how to make these popular Japanese snack. They consist of pancakes sandwiched around a whipped cream and sweat red bean paste. Ingredients: 2 cups all-purpose flour, ¾ cup boiling water, 3 ...more

How To : Make homemade biscuits

What's better than a biscuit hot from the oven? Make a batch tonight with this easy recipe. You Will Need * 3 c. all-purpose flour * 1½ tbsp. sugar * 1 tbsp. plus 1 tsp. baking powder * ½ tbsp. salt * ½ tsp. baking soda * 1½ sticks chilled unsalted butter, cut into ¼-inch piec ...more

How To : Make a flexiball from folded paper with origami

With this guide, you'll learn how to make a 3D flexiball from folded paper using origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own folded-paper cooki ...more

How To : Make paper ornaments with Crayola

Check out this fun arts and crafts project for the holidays with this tutorial from Crayola. Learn how to make paper ornaments with your kids using Crayola products. You will need paper or paper shapes, hole punch, scissors, string, your favorite markers, cookie cutters, erasa ...more

How To : Cut out shapes using chocolate transfers

INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Melt candy coating or melt and temper real chocolate. 2. Spread a thin layer of melted chocolate over the transfer sheet, with texture side up. 3. Allow to "just" set and cut with cookie cutters or geometrical shapes using a pizza cutter. 4. When hardened, bre ...more

How To : Make a creative holiday card with Crayola

Learn how to make a window holiday card with this tutorial. This is a fun arts and crafts project to do with your children. You will need to use the Crayola Cutter to create peek-through windows in your card. The materials needed for this project are 2 large pieces of white pa ...more

How To : Decorate cupcakes using different techniques

Pastry Chef Anne Heap demonstrates how to use a pastry bag, as well as techniques for decorating cupcakes. Frosting a cake or cupcakes with a pastry bag is much easier than using a knife. The bags come with many different styles of tips. Just choose the tip you want to use, fi ...more

How To : 14 Non-Cookie Uses for Cookie Cutters

In addition to turning boring sheets of cookie dough into fun and whimsical shapes, cookie cutters can be used to make fruits, vegetables, cheeses, sandwiches, and popsicles look more interesting, to name just a few. For a visually delightful breakfast, you can cut a hole out ...more

How To : Make Custom-Shaped Chocolates at Home

It is a truth universally acknowledged that food molded into fancy shapes somehow seems tastier. That's true even with chocolate, which is inherently delicious. Now, while you can buy chocolate that's been pre-molded into fancy shapes, you can have a lot of fun and save a few ...more

How To : The Shortcut You (Don't) Knead for DIY Donuts

Many "quick and easy" donut recipes involve a donut pan and an oven, but those are basically just mini cakes shaped like donuts. Chances are, if you're in the mood for a donut, you aren't looking for a cake "donut" recipe—you want the real thing—a donut shop donut, fresh out o ...more

Prev Page
  • Hot
  • Latest