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I have a shelving unit in my kitchen that we keep a lot of stuff on. I hung a bungee cord across the front to hang cookie cutters on. It saves some space.
To save yourself some space, string together your cookie cutters and other such items with a length of ribbon or string and hang them from a hook inside your kitchen cabinets.
Every tiime I buy some big piece of equipment/technology, I save the large styrofoam containers that encase the item. I've found incredible uses for these. One of them has certainly been a cookie cutter storage system!
If you're lucky enough to find a solid, reasonably wide, flat and thick piece of styrofoam, you can take all your cookie cutters and embed them, in whatever order you choose, onto the styrofoam. The sharpish metal edges will sink into the styrofoam and will remain in place with little effort. You can then pull them out and stick them back in as needed.
This styrofoam cookie cutter tray can be stashed in a drawer or hung on a wall.
By Jean Genie from Marshall, NC
Purchase an upright scrapbooking organizer that has opaque organizer containers with fixed hinged boxes that slide in and out of their own drawer insert. The boxes are perfect to organize your cutters by themes, i.e. Valentine's, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. In addition you can label the outside face of each drawer insert with masking tape to help you quickly find the one(s) you are looking for. For older cutters that are plastic like HRM they keep the ridges from cracking and breaking if they were to be put into one container unprotected.
To store cookies cutters, loop a pipe cleaner through the set and twist the ends together to secure. You can hang on a nail or hook up out of the way.
By HAPPYINHARNED from Harned, KY