{Review} Stampin’ Up Cookies Present Kit

October 29, 2012 · 6 comments

We were sent a rather cool ‘Stampin’ Up‘ cookie present kit. It’s a stamp with different silicon ‘faces’ (Halloween, Snowflake and Hearts) on them to stamp the biscuits and then some lovely packaging to make them into mini presents for friends, neigbours or family.

Miss L was pretty excited as she’s been studying all things biscuit for Food Tech this term, so she was more than happy to try the kit out. We screwed up a bit and missed entirely the recipe that came with the stamps – oops! So we ended up making chocolate shortbreads which didn’t take the faces that well – well at all when they were cooked!.  Next time we’ll use the recipe that came with them, I think it might work a lot better!.

But we had lots of fun and I really loved the packaging and the stamp is lovely, wooden and solid, so we’ll be making some as stocking gifts for friends and family at Christmas. Stampin’ Up items seem to be sold through local demonstrators and not through shops (which is a shame), so have a look on the website and see if there is one near you.

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Callie Grayson October 29, 2012 at 1:11 pm

I love cookies stamps, I just got into them myself when making my shortbread. Glad you two had fun, looks like you did!
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teresa October 29, 2012 at 7:08 pm

Love the packaging. I’ve used cookie stamps before and always like how they turn out….just forget to put them out and use them.
Thanks for sharing
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Marianne November 3, 2012 at 7:28 am

I have never tried backing cookies. Sounds like fun. And the kit looks lovely! I have to take a closer look at Stampin’ Ups site as they seem to have a site for the Netherlands.


Roger December 3, 2012 at 4:40 pm

This is a very original idea to decorate cookies, thaks for sharing. But usually when well cooked, the cookie does not drag on the table ;-)
Regards, Tom.
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Roger December 10, 2012 at 6:57 am

Thank you for your article (and please excuse me, English is not my mother tongue), do you write a second part to cover the subject entirety? In all cases, it’s a topical issue that will have to be treated in this way more often. Regards, Roger .
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himanshu June 11, 2013 at 6:31 pm

Surely cooking like this is really interesting i love to eat cookies especially chocolate cookies.
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