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http://cakecentral.com/g/i/1166258/a/1167258/these-were-created-for-a-bachelorette-party-sugar-cookie-with-royal-icing/

 

Does anyone know of a cookie cutter out there, that I can use to "make" these cookies, if I don't have this particular cutter?  Thanks






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post #2 of 13
You can use a heart shaped cutter, then use the side edge to cut in on the sides for the waist, and the top to cut in on the leg portion.
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Thank you very much!
 






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Thanks!
 






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Originally Posted by MsMonica View Post

Here's a couple diff ones:

 

http://www.cheapcookiecutters.com/search?q=lingerie

Those are cute! Am I the only person that thinks $6 a cutter isn't cheap? I am accustomed to paying no more than $3, unless it has a few impression mats with it. I have paid $10 for those, but know a shop that sells them for $15 and I am SCANDALIZED! lol

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AGREED! Cheap cookie cutters should be under $3! Even the Wilton sets that come 2-3 a set are under $6! Name doesn't go with it but when I can't find something locally, I do order with them because shipping is fast & cheap! I have a problem with $8 shipping on a $2 cookie cutter. Lol

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post #9 of 13

I get most of my cookie cutters from here. Most are under $3 and they have a decent shipping rate.

 

http://cookiecutter.com/

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Awesome! Thanks!

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I get most of my cookie cutters from here. Most are under $3 and they have a decent shipping rate.

 

http://cookiecutter.com/

That shouldn't be too hard to remember ;-)

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post #12 of 13

I also agree cheapcookiecutters.com is NO WAY CHEAP......for what they are selling. I do not mind paying $5-$20 for a good quality copper cutter but for a cleap metal cutter no way...Ecrandle maked very nice cutters and the quality is perfect but they are expensive but worth it. I have even had some made. PS. They are a family ran in home shop and they are very very nice. 

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I think the one mariel9898 gave the link on (copper) is the one you are looking for.  The copper ones are pricey but if its something special you are looking for then its worth the price.

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