Cookie Cutters

Baking By Val40 Updated 20 Apr 2006 , 5:15pm by darandon

Val40 Posted 18 Apr 2006 , 5:48pm
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Hi ladies,

Where do you get your best cookie cutters??
Online OR in the US, as I'll be visiting with a friend who lives in DC soon...
There isn't much great stuff to find in Holland...well cookie cutters that is...

Val thumbs_up.gif

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prettycake Posted 18 Apr 2006 , 5:50pm
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I get mine from Flour Pot.. icon_smile.gif not cheap, but I'm very satisfied with them and love the designs.. icon_smile.gif

ngarza07 Posted 18 Apr 2006 , 5:57pm
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I've gotten most of mine from, just ordered some from and waiting to see those. I have also ordered from other websites, can't remember off the top of my head. And some from Michael's and Target.

bonniebakes Posted 18 Apr 2006 , 6:57pm
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there are several posts about this, you might wnat to try a search for this topic in the forums.

But, my favorite places - online - are,, and

golfgirl1227 Posted 18 Apr 2006 , 9:10pm
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My favorite places are:

And I love the Wilton "Comfort Grip" square cookie cutter with the scalloped edges.

MikeRowesHunny Posted 18 Apr 2006 , 9:23pm
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Hey Val - *big wave from Den Haag!*

I get all nearly all of mine from the US online ( and www.The are my favourites), but you can find some really nice seasonal ones in Xenos at Easter/Christmas etc - I used them for my Easter cookies and they were only 2 for a set of 10 or 12 (plastic, but they have nice sharp cutting edges!). They also have a sack of general ones (dinosaurs, animals), all year round. One word of warning - if you order online from the USA keep your purchases under $35 or the lovely people in Schipol customs will charge you a fortune in import tax!

MichelleM77 Posted 19 Apr 2006 , 5:28am
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Those of you in Northeast Ohio...I'm almost positive The Little Fox Factory sells at the Yankee Peddlar Festival. I bought some cookie cutters there the year before last. Good time to stock up without having to pay shipping.

lisascakes Posted 20 Apr 2006 , 12:23pm
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I just received an order from both & hbcornerstore. I was very impressed with the delivery from both companies. I ordered on Sat. before Easter & received them Wed. after Easter.

I can't remember which but one is .55 cents per cookie cutter & the other was a little more - .99. I will order again from both.

darandon Posted 20 Apr 2006 , 12:33pm
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MichelleM77 - where is this Yankee Peddler Festival? I'm in Hilliard Ohio, on the west side of Columbus. We have family that live in Strasburg and Canton so I could make it a weekend trip

dara Ickes

MichelleM77 Posted 20 Apr 2006 , 12:47pm
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It is in Canal Fulton which I think is just north of Canton. It is in September. I double checked and they do sell there. I love it. We go every year. It's definitely an all day event and don't forget comfy walking shoes!! Now I can't wait to stock up since I wasn't so addicted when I went last year and only bought two cutters! LOL!!

darandon Posted 20 Apr 2006 , 12:53pm
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Thanks for the link - I'll mark it down. I can wrap the trip around a family visit and everyone will be happy!

MichelleM77 Posted 20 Apr 2006 , 1:00pm
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I'll see ya at the booth!! LOL!!

Double check with them to make sure they will be there this year.

Kos Posted 20 Apr 2006 , 1:39pm
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Originally Posted by MichelleM77

Those of you in Northeast Ohio...I'm almost positive The Little Fox Factory sells at the Yankee Peddlar Festival. I bought some cookie cutters there the year before last. Good time to stock up without having to pay shipping.

I was looking for a specific cutter and sent me to The Little Fox Factory. You have to mail your order with them, which I did. I received my cutters in six days which is great! Great company! I will order from there again, as well as for their great customer service.


pinkopossum Posted 20 Apr 2006 , 4:13pm
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I'll have to check out The Little Fox Factory. Thanks Kos for the insight - they'll send you anything?

ASupergirl Posted 20 Apr 2006 , 4:22pm
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In my backyard here in Ohio....literally I could walk to it, I grew up in the town and I am a ninth generation founder of the town...wahoo for the one stop light...anyhow..Butler Ohio has the Prarie Peddler. There was an older gentleman who hand made cookie cutters there. I'm not sure if he is still there or not, you could look it up online and check out the vendors. I don't live there anymore and haven't been back for like three years. But this guy would hand make you a cookie cutter in whatever shape you wanted out of stainless steel or copper. They have the show twice a year. People flock to it all the time and you can definitely figure out who is a "newbie" as we liked to call them. But it has a lot of fun stuff for the family to do. Check it out if you are in Ohio or traveling during the time they have it. In June and at the end of Sept/beginning of October. If he isn't there anymore, I'm sure you could e-mail and ask about him.

gilpnh Posted 20 Apr 2006 , 5:14pm
post #16 of 17 I think, a little homegrown place with lots of cutters, got my purse, shoes and bonnets from them, reasonable but you may have to wait a bit if they are out of stock.

darandon Posted 20 Apr 2006 , 5:15pm
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I'll have to look up the one in Butler OH. How cool would it be to have a hand made cookie cutter. I hope that gentleman is still there. Thanks for the info.

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