Does anyone know if such things exist?
I want to cut the Hebrew / Ivrit for Mazel Tov and I'd rather NOT do the letters free-hand if I don't have to!
There is a candy mold available from CK: https://www.ckproducts.com/productdetails.asp?getresults=7791
I've also seen a set of Hebrew alphabet cookie cutters, just do a Google search, or check out amazon.com.
I usually freehand mine but Ive seen this set http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000VP8SE4/?tag=cakecentral-20 I believe it's the only good one out there.. I did a search a while back. Attached is the ones I freehanded on the last cake I did.. its not too hard, you might wanna try it
Any Jewish bookstore/Judaica store sells Hebrew letter cookie cutters That can be used for cookies, fondant or imprinting on a cake to fill with b/c. I like to freehand them since my hebrew writing is nice, but sometimes the cutters really come in handy. And, they're great for cookies!
I freehand the Hebrew bc I find the cutters way to big for what I need. It's unfortunate but there just doesn't seem to be a market for them.