Please Help........paint Splat Cookie Cutter

Baking By kaw123 Updated 7 Oct 2007 , 2:03am by born2bake

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kaw123 Posted 1 Oct 2007 , 2:59pm
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Does anyone know where I can find a paint splat cookie cutter? My son is having a splat zone paint party and I would love to make paint blob/splat cookies for the goodie bags.


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MistyRomack Posted 1 Oct 2007 , 3:06pm
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My personal thought, I would freehand cut them out, all paint splats are different, and never uniform. You could make a small imprint with a star as a form and then freehand cut the rest. I don't know of a cutter that exists for the splatter. I'll look and see what I come up with tho!

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MacsMom Posted 1 Oct 2007 , 3:14pm
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You could use teardop shaped cutters to form splats, too.

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reesesob Posted 1 Oct 2007 , 3:17pm
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Ok, so I did 2 different searches and came up with nothing... BUT, if you can't find them, you could always make them. Here is the tutorial that I used to make my building cookies. It is very easy to do.

These are my cookies made from homemade cookie cutters...

Hope that helps some.

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CuteCakeName Posted 1 Oct 2007 , 3:30pm
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The closest I've been able to find is a puzzle piece cookie cutter on I think that would work pretty well. Also, try eBay. I think you can modify some shapes. Just on the first page of eBay I saw a gecko that could work and a spiderweb, too. Good luck!

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kaw123 Posted 1 Oct 2007 , 7:27pm
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I think I may just get a round cookie cutter and shape it like a splat.

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MistyRomack Posted 2 Oct 2007 , 12:48pm
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Yeah, I would do the same shape the cookie yourself.
There are kits out there, to make your own cutter. Which personally I think it's a pain when you can utilize the things you already have on hand.

It'd be different if you were doing multiple repeats of the cookie, other than the party. Good luck, post a pic of what you come up with, I'm interested to see how they turn out for you!


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KHalstead Posted 3 Oct 2007 , 2:29am
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what about some kind of flower cutter?? I think that could make a pretty cool splat!

this is a daisy cutter but I'm seeing paint splatter all over it!

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JenLen Posted 3 Oct 2007 , 2:42am
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Ok, not sure if this would be more work than it is worth, but....I bought some paint splat stickers for scrapbooking. You could put a sticker on some cardstock and trace them that way. HTH

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indydebi Posted 3 Oct 2007 , 2:54am
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is a snowflake cutter close to what you are looking for?

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born2bake Posted 3 Oct 2007 , 3:13am
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As soon as I read your posting, my first thought was the tv show 'Nickelodeon' They have a 'splat' look as a background for their name. I looked up the website and found nothing that would help - I even checked the party section. I googled Nickelodeon cookie cutters and got nothing.

I then checked and found this Oak leaf cookie cutter that I think would be great as a splat. Here's the link:

Though I certainly wouldn't purchase this from there with the price of copper and all, but an Oak leaf cookie cutter is very common especially this time of year being the Fall.

Another suggestion is to look at different flower shaped / themed cookie cutters. Look at bug shaped / themed cookie cutters. This Bee cookie cutter could be a Splat.

I don't think you'll find and actual "Splat" cookie cutter, but when you look at some of these other cookie cutter shapes, you'll find your Splat and so much more. And the beauty of it all is then you can use these someday for what they are actually intended for.

Good luck, keep me posted. I'd love to see pictures.


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born2bake Posted 7 Oct 2007 , 2:03am
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I was in Staples yesterday and on display were these Nickelodeon 'splat' shaped calculators made of rubber or silicone. It was fairly cheap, maybe $3-5. You could put this on your rolled out cookie dough, use an exacto knife and cut out the shape. Repeat over all of the rolled out cookie dough until you get numerous cutouts. Then grab the outlining cookie dough and pull it up leaving the 'splat' shaped cookie dough ready to bake.

Hope this helps.


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