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Hi, Has anyone purchased the make your own Cookie Cutters Kit?  Is it easy?  Thanks. 

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 i love it

 

yes it is easy

 

love love love it

 

made tons of stuff

 

i made an 8" tall tree cutter to make a forest

 

of Christmas gifts this year 

 

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Originally Posted by -K8memphis View Post

 i love it

 

yes it is easy

 

love love love it

 

made tons of stuff

 

i made an 8" tall tree cutter to make a forest

 

of Christmas gifts this year 

 

avatar tree.jpg

 

 

 

What she said!

deborahanne

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deborahanne

http://grandmasugarskitchen.blogspot.com/
http://fromlinetocolor.blogspot.ca/

Life begins at 325° F, and, yes, that IS powdered sugar in my hair.

Baby Shower
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Birthday Cakes
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Christmas
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post #4 of 13
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Your tree looks so pretty.  I am going to purchase the kit.  Thank you for replying and for including picture.

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I know a lady who cuts up used milo tins to make cutters.
 

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milo tin? i'm not familiar with that. sounds very interesting

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post #7 of 13

Milo is a chocolaty drink that we have in Australia.  It comes in a metal tin.  She cuts the tin into strips and then bends it to the shape she wants.  I presume the metal is a good thickness as she has no interest in any other sort of tin.
 

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I cut soda cans and make my own cookie cutters.  

http://pinterest.com/pin/170010954653445467/

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Do you have trouble with them bending out of shape when cutting because the metal is so thin?
 

post #10 of 13

thank you so much, Cazza!

 

i am on the brink of ordering more from the cookie people 

 

and you have saved me from ordering!!!

 

i mean i had my husband scoping out the hardware store

 

for the aluminum strips too but you gotta buy a lot

 

yay!!! thanks again!

 

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I cut soda cans and make my own cookie cutters.  

http://pinterest.com/pin/170010954653445467/

 

Bakencake, you are a genius. but more than that

 

what a sweet Mom you are--what a beautiful story

 

how much sweeter making my own cookie cutters like this will

 

be with sucha story of inspiration

 

what is your little girl's name if i might ask?

 

you got my vote for mother of the year

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post #12 of 13
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Bakencake, Thanks for the link for the cutters made with soda cans.  Can you get more than one use out of these?  Are they sturdy enough to be washed and kept for future use?  Also did you cut yourself at all?  How long did it take you to make each cutter?  Thanks again.  P.S. Where are you in NY?  I am on Long Island.

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You can also look for sales on large, simple cutters and re-bend them into the shapes you need.

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