How to hand-stamp festive words onto Gingerbread biscuits

Posted under Christmas, Kids in the Kitchen

14Dec
Don’t you just love personalised biscuits?
Children do too!
We made a batch of gingerbread and the children cut out Christmas trees, gingerbread men, stars and moons.
And then we stamped them!
These metal letter stampers can be purchased from any tool shop.
The large set for approximately $25, the smaller set for about $20.
I could only purchase upper case here but you can find lower case sets via google.
Just type in ‘alphabet hand stamping tools’ and you’ll come up with a big list!
Be sure to wash the metal stamps out well, and dry immediately to prevent rusting!!!
Tomorrow, another use for these tools, just in time for Christmas!

2 Responses to “How to hand-stamp festive words onto Gingerbread biscuits”

  1. Tricia

    What a great idea! I’m baking gingerbread for gifts tonight. I wish i’d known about these stamps before. I ca think of loads of ses. i think i’ll buy a set as a gift for myself. Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. Amber Greene

    Yes, they are great fun too! They do get the inspiration rolling don’t they?? Send me a link of what you do with them! Love to see it Tricia!

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