This is a great idea for using those mini cookie cutters (or the mini cutters you can find in the polymer clay section) to decorate cookies or sugar eggs. It comes from the book The Complete Photo Guide to Cookie Decorating. I hope you have a fabulous Easter, decorated with all sorts of cute things!
Click on this page from The Complete Photo Guide to Cookie Decorating to enlarge and read the step by step tutorial on how to decorate cookies using mini cookie cutters to cut gum paste and fondant.
More about the CPi book:
This richly illustrated how-to book is a comprehensive reference about various techniques for decorating cookies, including buttercream icing, rolled fondant, run sugar, painting, chocolate icing, and egg wash glaze. The clear organization provides easy access to information with step-by-step directions and 400 full-color photos. Easy projects provide fun opportunities for trying the techniques, and a gallery of beautifully decorated cookies offers examples and inspiration to pursue the hobby yourself!
Autumn Carpenter is a skilled sugar artist, demonstrator, teacher, and author. She is a third generation candy maker and confectionary artist; growing up, she worked closely with her mother on books, product development, and classes. Autumn demonstrates annually at the International Cake Exploration Societé and travels the U.S. teaching her craft. She owns a retail cake and candy supply shop and lives in Fort Wayne, IN. Visit her online at http://www.autumncarpenter.com, http://www.cookiedecorating.com, and http://autumncarpenter.wordpress.com.