cakegirlcakes Posted 24 Mar 2006 , 3:10am
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hey all
i have perused a good many websites (including cookiecuttershop and kitchengifts) and can't find the wedding cake cutter that is boxy, and flat on the top tier (the others seem to have a topper or are rounded on the edges). i've seen the cookies on this website, but can't find the cutter icon_mad.gif
has anyone seen where they sell these? thanks in advance!!!!
-chisl

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antonia74 Posted 24 Mar 2006 , 3:19am
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www.kitchengifts.com is where i got mine icon_confused.gif I bought the regular and the mini sizes


if they don't sell it anymore, you can buy the "make your own cutter kit" at www.cookiecutter.com

It's a pretty easy shape to make.

tracy702 Posted 24 Mar 2006 , 3:30am
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Got mine at kitchengifts.com
Go under wedding then look for code "WC1" it is $9.99. Just ordered it Tuesday and it is the square box kind you are looking for.

Kos Posted 24 Mar 2006 , 12:32pm
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chisl

Try www.thelittlefoxfactory.com
Go to "novelty/hobby&gift" and there is a boxy cake cutter toward the bottom of the page. It's 3 1/2 x 3 1/2" for $2.50. I'm told by the Cookie Cutter Shop that you have to send your order in but their delivery is really fast. (there is a phone number for them as well)

Hope that helps!

kos

klg1152 Posted 24 Mar 2006 , 12:42pm
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try coppergifts.com, they have one - it costs about $11. foosecookiecutters has one that is 'boxy', it does have a topper but you could cut that part off of the dough before baking, just a thought

cakegirlcakes Posted 24 Mar 2006 , 5:58pm
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thanks everyone. i'll look at kitchengifts again. i know they had the square tiers, but the picture is such that i couldn't tell if it had the topper or not! sounds like it's the right one though! thanks for the other websites also! i'll definitely give those a look thumbs_up.gif
-chisl

Katskakes Posted 24 Mar 2006 , 6:00pm
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coppergifts.com has one for 11 dollars i believe.
I went there just now.

cakegirlcakes Posted 25 Mar 2006 , 1:07am
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tracy702 - i keep looking at kitchengifts.com, code WC1, but i swear, it looks like it has a topper! it could be just me. since you ordered it, would you mind letting me know if it has a topper or not when you get it? id rather get it there since it is the cheapest! i'm stubborn icon_mad.gif
and thanks again all for the help. glad to know of other websites too!
-beth

marmar Posted 25 Mar 2006 , 4:55pm
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I found mine at michael's, it's boxy, no topper. It was a bit pricey for a tin cutter, but I needed it, so...

BeautifulCakes Posted 25 Mar 2006 , 7:36pm

Wilton has a tiered cake cookie cutter w/out a topper or try Ebay you can find different styles of wedding cake cookie cutters.
LL

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