Great tutorial! I have made some with cardboard and cutting strips off the bottom of an aluminum pan. I live in a small town and have 3 kids, so sometimes what is in the pantry has to do. Hope you don't mind me posting this under here KHalstead, your method certainly produces finer lines. Cut a piece of cardboard into a square. Outline pic on cardboard and use an exacto knife over trace marks. Cardboard has a hollow center and you will not puncture through the other side too easily (and you do not want to). Cut the size strip off bottom of pan (best to have double the width you need and fold in half for a stronger piece), then stick it in the groove the exacto knife made. If you come up short, just cut another strip and tape to existing one. Can use tape to hold parts in place as you wind around if need to. Then non-toxic glue to hold in the cardboard. I did this for the frog cookies I made that were actually a replica of someone elses on the site. Very easy and most already have the tools needed. May not work as well as the posted method for intricate cookies shapes, but sure helped me to not have to cut each one individually. Just thought I would post this for those who find themselves in a real bind. I am going to keep your method bookmarked for future ones I make. Thanks for sharing!!