I think they're pine cones. And those lines coming out of the tops of them are pine needles.
LOL! I don't know, but the bow would lead me to Christmas, which in return would lead me to pine cones, but I have no idea what those top bits are meant to be! Sorry, wasn't much help was I lol?!
I just can't see the whole pine needle thing. It kind of reminds me of the aura around Baby Jesus head in Catholic paintings, but of course that wouldn't make sense. It's just a weird cutter.
ok, I just turned my laptop upside down for another view of this. It looks like a butterfly. If you look at it like its pictured, it looks like pinecones with twists of lime on top. Strange.
Looks like strawberries to me.
well the bow on the back makes me think of christmas which makes me think of a wreath and you do see wreaths with pinecones and two jingle bells on them......maybe that's what it is??
I still say it's pine leaves I know it looks like a halo, but ... you could ice the pinecone part in brown, ice the halo part in white (snow), then pipe on dark green pine needles splaying out of the top of the pine cones ... and with a plate of those and some red bows highlighted with gold ... I think they'd be great Christmas cookies.
Pineapples. The top round things look like the slices of pineapple. Sorry, acorns to me look more like strawberries....short and squat, with a flatter top.
Just my HO
I thought at first the first one was two owls sitting with their backs to us! (But,,,,then again,,,I always see things differently) LOL! ...But....looking at them....they are definately acorns!
My guess is pinecones.
Looks like a pinapple to me..Could also be Pine canes with those fuzzy burr things they get.
okay, now I'm even more confused
My initial thought was Christmas, because of the bow. Most of the plastic cutters I see are red or green... this is brown.
I just googled some images of acorns and I can't see it.
I'm seeing the owls now!!
I guess I really see things differently. My first thought was bootprints! I guess if it's a Christmas cutter, they could be Santa's bootprints...
Yup...it's like one of those tests the eye doctor gives you for color blindness!! LOL!
I think it's pine cones too.
I have a clue, but can't find any information on the web:
I would also go with pine cones, but think of it this way. With all the ideas everyone has given you, you can make it into any one of the things mentioned!!! You have several cutters in one
I have to say Acorns, because, Pinecones do not have caps on them and Acorns do. Your cutter has definite caps the way I am seeing it and the shape is Acorn like. The only thing that makes me question these being a Pinecone is the little V shapes, other than that I would say Acorns hands down.
Second cutter definitely a Bow.
Looking at it on the really bright side you have a rather unique and versatile cookie cutter! I can see a pair of Owls being made from this cutter as well as Pinecones or Acorns. Cool!
They are pinecones.. Acorns don't have bumpy sides.. they are smooth and come to a point. I see pinecones with pine needles on the top. It's a plastic cutter from 1984.. and an impression cutter to boot. The v's are meant to be the impressions for the texture of the pinecone segments and the top is round to cut the cookie with the lines to represent pine frawns. At least that's what I see..
Ok, I just googled 'acorn' and now I think its more pinecone...acorns are smooth, no bumps on the side...
Looks like shoe prints to me. LOL. I'm no help.
Okay, this is funny. There are so many different things you could decorate this cookie to be. Everyone sees something different.
Me, I see pineapples.
my 2 cents....
Those are pine cones. At first I thought they were pinapples but after looking at it for a while the circular top with lines are the pine needles.
Pineapple would have the reverse shape (possibly) larger on the bottom (not pointed) narrowing sightly towards the top (where the lines are).
Read the first post and realized you already knew it was two cutters in one, so forget my original post. But I think they are pinecones, too.
I think it's exactly what everyone has suggested it to be! What a wonderfully versatile little cutter
I think it somewhat looks like Scottish Thistles. The bottom would be a green and the spikey tops would be pink.