Where is everyone buying the little cookie cutters to make the clothes on the clothesline cakes? TIA
Michael's, hobby lobby....Wilton makes people cutters for fondant and that's what I use for mine
i'm wanting the clothes..... little onsie, dress, overalls that I see on these clothesline cakes. I have not seen those at Michaels or Hobby Lobby. Thanks though.... i will look at Wilton's web site. Anyone else?
I think the ones you are looking for are called the 'Dress A Teddy' set from JEM cutters. Mine were bought from www.creativecutters.com
They do deliver to the US. I paid about $22 CAD so no doubt yours will be less in USD.
To be honest, I used both the Wilton and JEM cutters for my cake, however just the Wilton ones would have been sufficient. You use the t-shirt one to make a onesie, the wide end of a medium tip for a bib, etc., it's all in the latest Wilton yearbook.
Cuqui's Designs have the cutters you are looking for.
Well i made those outfits with those and they show you how on the box....because the people cutters are actually to big so you have to cut them down for the outfits...look in the wilton yearbook 2005 or 2006..thats what i did
I understand now..... Thank you.... I will look at the yearbook.
Those are 10.00 each....look on page 73 of the 2006 yearbook. I took the t-shirt cutter and cut the corners like a onezie. you can make bibs buties and hats...I made my own overalls.
I used the JEM Dress-A-Teddy set on my clothesline cakes. I had a very hard time finding them - Beryl's used to carry them but were out of stock. I ended up buying from Ebay from an English seller.
I got some from Cuqui's Designs and they weren't that expensive. I believe $2.00 each. They are little and cute. They have everything.