Ordered new cookie cutters on Friday 2-17th, and got them today 2-21st.
They were ordered from:
I have ordered several from this company and they have always shipped fast. So if you are in need of cutters fairly quick--try them.
yes, i've used them too! great service!
Great site, THANKS!
Just wondering, has anyone tried
They seem to have a huge range of cookie cutters and they ship to Australia : ) at a reasonable price.
IÂ´ve ordered from both, Kitchengifts & foosecookiecutters and had no problems with them. Very fast, I think around 14 days, for the overseas delivery.
I love foose cookie cutters. They are great to deal with and are very quick. They also have a store on Ebay so you can find better prices. I actually went to their store once (it was alot further than I thought!)Just a sea of tin cookie cutters! Very nice people!
I've purchased from foose as well - love their selection. I've also purchased from a place called www.thecookiecuttershop.com, a little more expensive but had some stuff that foose didn't.
Here's another one too. If not to get cookie cutters, then to get some ideas. I picked up the Celebrate Cake cookie cutter on a card from a Hallmark store that is going out of business. I googled the maker and here's their site. It take a bit to go through but at the home page click on left side--Retail Store and then click on Site Map then any topic. They even have kits that you can get with paint powders. They also have a section for seasonal celebration project list. Thanks for reading. http://www.barkandbradley.com/
I ordered about 25 cutters from Foose a couple of weeks ago. They are very ordinary tin cutters. I personally prefer the copper cutters but for my less made shapes, I don't want to invest in a $10.00 cutter. That's why I went with Foose - theirs are about $1.00 a piece. They delivered very quickly and my order was complete. If I had one complaint, it's that the shapes are small. I like the BIG cutters (5 or 6 inch). Most of Foose's cutters are about 3 inch.
Thanks for the info on how fast you got them. That is nice to know since I just ordered some from them yesterday, I know now that I will have them at the beginning of next week.
Thanks for the tip about Foose, looks like a great site!!
Hi Everyone! I have looked everywhere for a ROSE cookie cutter. I found one on the net but its ugly it has the leaves facing down I really dont think thats going to look good in my cookie bouqets.
I use a rose cookie cutter that is a cookie stamp. I bought it at Michael's and it comes with a cutter and the foam stamp that you dip in food coloring to stamp a pattern on the cookie. I don't use the stamp but I follow their pattern.
I too like kitchengifts. the cutters are ont he high side, but wow are they great.
I would not reccomend pinenose (or pinnochio productions) as I placed an order on 2-9 and they did not even mail until 2-24. I had to email and call before I got the info I needed.
Thank you thank you!! I just checked out kitchen gifts they have some cool cookie cutters!! I am in cookie heaven. I get so frustrated when I can't find certain designs I think of. They have a ton I hadn't even thought of. I can see the money flying out of my wallet already!
Great site! Thanks.
I have only order from Foose and I have been very happy.
I came across another site.....Cinci cake and cookie.....or something like that. I'll have to look it up again...anyway, they have a large selection of cutters for .99 up to about 1.29.
Has anyone come across a cookie cutter in the shape of wedding gowns?
You might think I am an employee, I suggest this site so much, but I'm not. Just a loyal customer.
Sweet Celebration, formerly Maid of Scandinavia. The website is limited, but the catalog has a bunch of different tools for cake decorating, baking, cookies, candies, etc. I'd say the average cookie cutter price is $.99.
I have been in search of a particular mermaid cookie cutter for my daughter's birthday party. Kitchengifts has one but not the right one. I found one on ebay and won the auction.
I received it three days later and it was the wrong cutter. Turns out it was the CookieCutterShop's auction. The woman apologized and said they don't carry the particular cutter anymore and they were having problems with their auction-pictures displaying old images. She gave me a full refund plus, gave me a site that has the cutter!! (just like Macy's in Miracle on 34th!!) The site is great. They must have 50+ dog cutters for you dog fans. They have my mermaid as well as the christening gown cutter I want. Prices are under $3.50, most of them are $1.30. Check it out. It's called The Little Fox Factory. I'll be placing my order soon.
*I believe the Cookie Cutter Shop said they take orders by phone or mail but they deliver fast.