Onesie Cookie Cutter

Baking By LaylasMommy Updated 30 Jan 2006 , 8:40am by mvucic

LaylasMommy Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 5:35pm
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I have seen the most fabulous cookies on this site using a onesie cookie cutter. I have searched everywhere to find that for an upcoming baby shower. The only place I can locate one is at and it is $10.95 plus shipping. I just can't see paying that much for a cookie cutter!

Please help!


9 replies
antonia74 Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 5:46pm
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On some cookie cutter websites, you can buy little kits that allow you to create your own cutters. They are great because you can make them absolutely any size you need and any shape you can think up.

I know that "Off the Beaten Path" at has these kits, but not the actual "onesie" cutter.

ape Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 5:49pm
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I have used a shirt cutter and cut off the sleeves and the bottom using a round cutter. This will give you cap sleeves and onesie legs.

peachstate Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 6:33pm
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You'll have to search the site, but I know they have one. This is the link to a page from them that I need.

justcakn Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 6:50pm
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Originally Posted by peachstate

You'll have to search the site, but I know they have one. This is the link to a page from them that I need.

Look on the left hand side of the screen under "showers" and it's there.
Thanks peachstate for the great site, they have some neat cutters.

peachstate Posted 18 Jan 2006 , 10:43pm
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You're welcome. It took me days to find that site. I was looking for military rank and now its a bookmarked site for me. They have so many neat cookie cutters there.

betycrker Posted 29 Jan 2006 , 4:42pm
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It's worth it to get the copper onesie cutter. you will use it alot

snicker Posted 29 Jan 2006 , 4:44pm
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I agree with betycrker, Its worth every penny if you make cookies. Ive bought lots of expensive cutters and have never regretted it!!icon_smile.gif

golfgirl1227 Posted 30 Jan 2006 , 2:49am
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I have cutters from and they are great! They are worth every penny.

A side note- they were on the Food Network (can't remember which show) before Christmas because of their ginormous gingerbread man cutter!

mvucic Posted 30 Jan 2006 , 8:40am
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I think I read/heard somewhere that you can use a t-shirt cookie cutter and notch out the bottom corners to form the leg holes for the onesie. You might have more luck finding the t-shirt cutters. I just found one on icon_smile.gif



(Oh, I remember... that's what Wilton suggests with their Baby Button cake from the 2006 yearbook! Not sure what page!)

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