Where To Find/buy Odd Cookie Cutters

Baking By Wandootie Updated 7 Mar 2006 , 2:12pm by KHalstead

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Wandootie Posted 6 Mar 2006 , 9:13pm
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I've been noticing a lot of you are getting into the cookies lately. I was just wondering where some of you are finding the really odd/different cookie cutters (like little dresses, barn animals and sports cars). I especially like the ones that Antonia74 uses on her site. Anyone have an idea where to look? I would like to get into that but would also like to do things different than you find in a grocery store.

Any advise will be appreciated!


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KHalstead Posted 6 Mar 2006 , 9:17pm
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Here's a site I stumbled on......www.cincinnaticakeandcandy.com

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justsweet Posted 6 Mar 2006 , 9:30pm
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this site has a lot of good ones and they are fast in shipping.


http://sugarcraft.com/ has some good ones.(large selection)

this company is really good, some prices are a little high on cake decoarting stuff. The carry cookie cutter, candy stuff, baking, cookie, etc. Call for a free catalog. I order a box of cutter for $9.99, had thee dress, crown, purse and shoe. This was wayyyyy cheaper then other sites. The set has a gown that can only be found on sugarcraft for $5.99 but if I found the box set a better price. thier service is awesome.


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klg1152 Posted 6 Mar 2006 , 9:38pm
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cookiecuttershop.com has nice stuff a little more expensive but nice selection, you can also try foosecookiecutters.com

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izzybee Posted 6 Mar 2006 , 9:40pm
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Small shop in PA, very nice people. You can also find them on Ebay.

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golfgirl1227 Posted 7 Mar 2006 , 2:20am
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I'm a huge fan of www.coppergifts.com

I love their cutters.

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thyterrell Posted 7 Mar 2006 , 2:32am
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I've bought all of my cookie cutters from kitchengifts.com. They have tons of them and pretty good prices. They also have alot of recipes and tips that I've found helpful!

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Mac Posted 7 Mar 2006 , 12:44pm
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You can also make your own. If I need one right away and can't find at a store here. I buy the thin tin ones and reshape.

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KHalstead Posted 7 Mar 2006 , 2:12pm
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www.whatscookingamerica.net has a tutorial on how to make your own!! I haven't tried it yet, but I just printed the instructions and plan on giving it a shot soon. Go to the section that says Peggy's Baking Corner .....and scroll down you'll see the "Make your own cookie cutter" section

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