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it looks like a 1950 Bettie page cookie cutter 
post #47 of 62

I see the roadrunner meep, meep!!!

post #48 of 62
Upper right corner, looks like a music box ballerina
post #49 of 62

Upper left hand corner - a Ballet slipper with the ties falling around the top...

post #50 of 62

Karate

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post #51 of 62

In the position shown at upper right, it looks rather like a side-view of a moose-head, hanging on a wall.

 

I think what you REALLY have is a Rorschach-test cookie cutter.

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Originally Posted by hbquikcomjamesl View Post

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I think what you REALLY have is a Rorschach-test cookie cutter."

James, You have it in one.  Bullseye.   We see what we want to see, and yes I DO see the moose.

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post #53 of 62

Speaking of the largest species of deer, I'm still convinced that an excellent novelty dessert (at least for those who eat chocolate, and like their desserts rich) would be a hollow chocolate moose filled with chocolate mousse.

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post #54 of 62
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Originally Posted by hbquikcomjamesl View Post
 

In the position shown at upper right, it looks rather like a side-view of a moose-head, hanging on a wall.

 

I think what you REALLY have is a Rorschach-test cookie cutter.

 

That was my first thought, too. Then fairy doing a caber toss (lower left) and then I was stumped. There have been some great ideas! I just haven't gotten around to trying any of them.

post #55 of 62

I think you have a mom, sitting on the floor, with her legs curled around to the right. She is holding, and looking down at, her baby. Why anyone would want that particular image as a cookie I cannot guess, so I'm probably wrong. BUT, there are a lot of weird ones out there! (top left view)

post #56 of 62

You do all realise that the original post was posted  more than 2 years ago,  right?????

OK if you want to continue it as a game ... but guessing whoever was after the info has either figured it out or tossed it out !!

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A sense of humour is a wonderful thing  - without laughter, the world is a SUPER boring place

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post #57 of 62
I only noticed the thread because the OP posted today.
post #58 of 62

oh dang it....top left...... now I see a bunny head with ears chewing on the carrot green tops.

 

(ps: wish they'd send me the cookie cutters)

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post #59 of 62

I see a dragon fly

post #60 of 62
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by ApplegumPam View Post
 

You do all realise that the original post was posted  more than 2 years ago,  right?????

OK if you want to continue it as a game ... but guessing whoever was after the info has either figured it out or tossed it out !!


I started this thread. Hard to believe it was that long ago. I never officially figured it out nor tossed it out, so I say bring on as many responses as people want to make!

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