Water Splat Cookie Cutter?

Baking By Edee Updated 7 Jul 2010 , 7:54pm by Edee

Edee Posted 5 Jul 2010 , 3:14pm
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Does anyone know of a water/paint splat splash cookie cutter? I am looking for the aluminum one not copper ones. Can anyone help?

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DianeLM Posted 5 Jul 2010 , 5:37pm
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Wouldn't you be able to freehand a splat design with a knife?

brincess_b Posted 5 Jul 2010 , 5:57pm
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answers to questions like this depened what country you are in... i guess probably not the uk tho! but if you are...

i think you could smoosh the sun cutters here: http://www.cakescookiesandcraftsshop.co.uk/acatalog/Summer-Cookie-Cutters.html
maybe some flower/ blossom cutters could be reshaped as well?

there is info in the articles section on here on how to make your own cookie cutters, but it would be fairly easy to cut out the shape (with a template, or free hand) too if you want.

cookiemama2 Posted 5 Jul 2010 , 5:57pm
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Do you have an ikea near you?
They have something, if I remember right,....like weird shapes...
Not sure how to explain but I saw them there at the beginning of June. I didn't buy them but they might be what you need. I"ll try to find them.

cookiemama2 Posted 5 Jul 2010 , 6:01pm
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TracyLH Posted 6 Jul 2010 , 1:02am
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I made a some 'splat' cookies and just made a template for it as I did not need many. I don't know how many you need, but once I had my artwork done, I cut my template from foodsafe plastic. I then cut them out with a fine tip E-Acto knife on well chilled dough. When I need larger numbers for a design, I make my own cutters. KHalstead has wonderful instructions. Now that I think about it, a really quick and easy way to make a 'splat' would be to bend an existing large circle cutter into the shape you needed and then you don't have to worry about finding food-safe metal or adhering the edges. icon_smile.gif

Edee Posted 7 Jul 2010 , 12:36am
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I am in the USA.

I have to make alot of them and I am decorating with mmf so I wanted the shape to match instead of freehanding every single one, trying to get the fondant and the mmf to match up would be difficult.

I might have to reshape a cookie cutter, that may be the easiest thing to do.

I will check out the website, thanks for all your imput.

DianeLM Posted 7 Jul 2010 , 1:44pm
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Check out some of the oak leaf cutters. They look a lot like splats. I imagine you could pull it apart to make it fatter and less narrow.

cutthecake Posted 7 Jul 2010 , 2:03pm
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Several years ago, I bought a teardrop cookie cutter from either Foose or Off the Beaten Path or Downtown Dough.

Edee Posted 7 Jul 2010 , 7:54pm
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I ended up taking a metal flower cutter and bending it, I will post a pic when I get a finished product. thanks for the suggestions.

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