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Where to find those cookie cutter?

post #1 of 25
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I need :

Balloon
Clown
Corn cob
Pretzel
Cotton candy
Popcorn bag

I don't want to pay 12.95 each ! icon_redface.gif
And I'm a bit lazy too because I don't want to handcut them.. I'll a lot to do... Anyone could help me?
post #2 of 25
I got many of my cutters from:
foosecutters
thelittlefoxfactory
offthebeatenpath
americantraditionscookie cutters
post #3 of 25
I am the same way!! Cookie cutters for EVERYTHING!!!! LOL!!! It's the easy way out!! I normally find almost every cookie cutter I need at Hobby Lobby or Michaels....not sure if you have one in your area...hopefully you have Hobby Lobby cause thats gonna be the best place to look!!! Good luck!!
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post #4 of 25
Karen's Cookies is a good place to check too:

http://www.karenscookies.net/shop//index.php

If you use sprinkles, get a pair of Karen's blue tweezers. They are WAY better than the other tweezers I have used.

Also, at American Traditions, click on their calendar page. Then click the day marked "special" for a discount day.

http://www.americantraditioncookiecutters.com/calendar_45.html
post #5 of 25
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Originally Posted by verono




And I'm a bit lazy too because I don't want to handcut them.. I'll a lot to do...



I don't think your lazy! That would be A LOT of work. icon_razz.gif
post #6 of 25
I make templates using clip art then putting it underneath acetate and cutting out the shape. Then I hand cut cookies. Works great and you just wipe off the template for further use. icon_biggrin.gif
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post #7 of 25
Golda's Kitchen in Mississauga has a great assortment of cookie cutters - for a lot less $ than 12.95 each. goldaskitchen.com
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post #8 of 25
Thread Starter 
Yeah I know Golda's Kitchen.. I loooove it ! But I can't find what I want..

But, I've made my own cookie cutter for the corn cob with a kit from foosecookiecutter... So I'll maybe try for the others...
post #9 of 25
I love offthebeatenpath and foosecutters - especially for smaller cutters that aren't expensive.
post #10 of 25
Try these:

Cookie Cutters & Custom Products

Bakers Nook - Cookie Cutters
Copper Gifts - Cookie Cutters
Creative Cutters - Cookie Cutters
Fancy Flours - Cookie Cutters
SOS Chef - Custom-made rubber stamps
The Cookie Cutter Shop - Cookie Cutters
Victor Trading Company - Custom Cookie Cutters
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post #11 of 25
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Yankie

Try these:

Cookie Cutters & Custom Products

Bakers Nook - Cookie Cutters
Copper Gifts - Cookie Cutters
Creative Cutters - Cookie Cutters
Fancy Flours - Cookie Cutters
SOS Chef - Custom-made rubber stamps
The Cookie Cutter Shop - Cookie Cutters
Victor Trading Company - Custom Cookie Cutters



Thanks for the names! I didn't know like the half of them icon_redface.gif
post #12 of 25
Quote:
Originally Posted by verono

Quote:
Originally Posted by Yankie

Try these:

Cookie Cutters & Custom Products

Bakers Nook - Cookie Cutters
Copper Gifts - Cookie Cutters
Creative Cutters - Cookie Cutters
Fancy Flours - Cookie Cutters
SOS Chef - Custom-made rubber stamps
The Cookie Cutter Shop - Cookie Cutters
Victor Trading Company - Custom Cookie Cutters



Thanks for the names! I didn't know like the half of them icon_redface.gif



Try this website mysweetandsaucy.com...on the top hit BAKING SOURCES and they have all these websites to find things...then on the right side you can click on ARCHIVES and they have cupcakes and all kinds of neat things...and if you click on CATEGORIES again on the right side they have more stuff. Is a pretty neat site.
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post #13 of 25
For the balloon: https://cookiecutter.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=396

Clown: https://cookiecutter.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=1882

As for the other ones, I would say that for the popcorn box/bag, you could just use a rectangular shaped cutter and then cut it to the shape you want it. I'll keep looking and if I come across the other ones, I'll post again! HTH!
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post #14 of 25
For the popcorn bag I agree with DLo912 just cut rectangles. You can even use a ruler and a sharp knife for this. Add any details such as the zig zag on the top of the "bag" with icing.
Can you round off the bottom of a heart cutter for the pretzle?
The clown cutter from Karen's can be used upside down for the cotton candy.
A circle for the balloon. Cut a small triangle of dough and piece it into the bottom of the circle (puzzle style) and bake together.
Hope this helps
post #15 of 25
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Originally Posted by kimsmom

For the popcorn bag I agree with DLo912 just cut rectangles. You can even use a ruler and a sharp knife for this. Add any details such as the zig zag on the top of the "bag" with icing.
Can you round off the bottom of a heart cutter for the pretzle?
The clown cutter from Karen's can be used upside down for the cotton candy.
A circle for the balloon. Cut a small triangle of dough and piece it into the bottom of the circle (puzzle style) and bake together. Hope this helps



This helps soooo much !! Thank YOU ! icon_biggrin.gif
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