Can you buy cutters for baby clothes? I am doing a clothesline baby shower cake and the thought of cutting all of those clothes out by hand is exhausting. I was hoping that someone knows were I can buy some cutters to make it easier. Thanks!
I got the baby cloths cookie cutters at Michaels but they are about 3"x2" so that is more than likely too big HTH
Have you seen the Wilton baby clothesline cake:
For that one they use the "People" cut outs for the shoe and for the shirt and trim to resemble a onesie. And a small circle cut in half for the baby cap.
If those are not the right size maybe you can borrow the idea and get other cutters for a shirt, sock, etc.
I used mostly circle cutters for the cakes I've done.
The bib is a circle cutter, with a smaller circle cutter for the head-hole. The "bloomers" (or diaper) is the medium circle cutter, with the leg-holes cut with the small circle cutter. I think I must have free-handed (I can't quite remember) the onesie with the small circle cutter for the leg-holes. It's pretty easy to make a dress, too, if it is a girl cake you're making. Just cut a triangle, then cut off the top to make a straight edge. Then use a circle cutter for the neck-line.
Grrr. I can't add the attachment!!! I'll keep trying.
I used JEM cutters for mine...it was Teddy Bears Playday or Picnic...something like that.
I found these after I made my clothes line cake and I cut each piece of clothing by hand.
They are from a fellow cc member Ximenilla. HTH
I used the Wilton fondant people cutters for the one in my photos, inexpensive and worked great. My local Michael's didn't have them though, so I did have to order them from Country Kitchen SA.
I found some in a local cake shop. They even have little shoes. I think they might be Wilton - but I'm not for sure.
I used the Teddy bear ones, I am not sure of the name of them, but it might be Dress a Teddy, I got them years ago from Beryl, she may still carry them, you can check other decorating places too.