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post #1 of 30
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I know there have been a few threads for places to purchase cookies cutters in the past? Can we get those threads pinned up top? I've been searching for them today but can't pin them down.

Help!

Thanks!!!
post #2 of 30
Here's one -- they have a 20% off sale today (10-13, code SPC10) and 10-28.

http://www.americantraditioncookiecutters.com/index.html

Click on the "calendar" section of their site, and then on the days marked "special" to see the details.
post #3 of 30
Two of my favorites off the top of my head are H.O. Foose and Karen's Cookies, I have more and will post them when I can get to my favorites on my laptop!

http://www.foosecookiecutters.com/index.shtml

http://www.karenscookies.net/
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post #4 of 30
I love love love coppergifts.com

I also have seen some nice ones at ecrandal.com. I will order from them at the end of the week.

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post #5 of 30
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Originally Posted by andpotts

Two of my favorites off the top of my head are H.O. Foose and Karen's Cookies, I have more and will post them when I can get to my favorites on my laptop!

http://www.foosecookiecutters.com/index.shtml

http://www.karenscookies.net/



I like Karen's Cookies too. I've noticed that she has a bunch of cutters on her site for $2.50 that I think look just like the $3.99 Ann Clark ones, only without a handle.

Can't forget Country Kitchen Sweet Art either! FAST shipping + lots of cool sprinkles and sugars at a good price.

http://www.countrykitchensa.com/shops/cookie_supplies.aspx
post #6 of 30
I love www.kitchengifts.com and www.coppergifts.com. and www.karenscookies.net has some great tips and techniques.

Personally I love the copper cookie cutters over anything, they last forever and don't lose their shape. Tin cutters are the most common and can be found everywhere but they rust and lose their shape almost immedately, thus not making them a good investment (which is why they are so cheap.)

Stainless steel ones (like what Lindy Smith sells) are not bad, they don't rust or lose their shape as quickly but they aren't as durable as copper. Hope that gives you a starting point anyway. icon_biggrin.gif
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post #8 of 30
Wow Antonia, what a great list! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #9 of 30
I purchase all of mine at Foose, CKSA (both mentioned above with links) and Fancy Flours http://www.fancyflours.com

Ebay, fleamarkets and yard sales can also be great places to pick up cookie cutters, especially vintage ones.
post #10 of 30
A couple more.

www.hbcornerstore.com

www.cincicakeandcandy.com
post #11 of 30
I prefer the stainless steel cutters to copper. Stainless steel is a much stronger metal than copper so I don't see how it could be less durable. They also do not tarnish like copper cutters. Just put them in the dishwasher and they are very easy to care for.
post #12 of 30
I love the stainless cutters also, too bad there aren't more available. One reason I go for the tin ones sometimes though is SIZE. So many of the copper cutters are giant-sized! When I'm making them for a gathering or for little kids, the smaller size seems to work better.
post #13 of 30
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Originally Posted by sara91

Stainless steel is a much stronger metal than copper so I don't see how it could be less durable.



I'll have to argue that one with you! (My dad's a metallurgist icon_lol.gif )

I think she was refering to them being easily bent/mishapen? You can very easily bend the stainless steel cutters, but the solid copper ones are super strong.

The high-end copper cutters on the market are great because they don't bend out of shape over time or have closures that can come open and get dough trapped in there. Their drawbacks include: higher pricing, they usually don't have sharp cutting edges and they tarnish (but this doesn't affect them at all, you can simply use ketchup or purchased foodsafe anti-tarnish cleanser like one found at www.kitchengifts.com to clean them.)
post #14 of 30
www.ecrandal.com is my favorite. I love their cutters - excellent quality and some very nice designs. I love the Cinderella coach. Right now I am waiting for my latest to be delivered - a banana split cutter. Their cutters are so different that everyone else's.
I also had a custom cutter made and Eric and Jamie were so helpful and easy to work with.
post #15 of 30
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Originally Posted by antonia74

Quote:
Originally Posted by sara91

Stainless steel is a much stronger metal than copper so I don't see how it could be less durable.



I'll have to argue that one with you! (My dad's a metallurgist icon_lol.gif )

I think she was refering to them being easily bent/mishapen? You can very easily bend the stainless steel cutters, but the solid copper ones are super strong.

The high-end copper cutters on the market are great because they don't bend out of shape over time or have closures that can come open and get dough trapped in there. Their drawbacks include: higher pricing, they usually don't have sharp cutting edges and they tarnish (but this doesn't affect them at all, you can simply use ketchup or purchased foodsafe anti-tarnish cleanser like one found at www.kitchengifts.com to clean them.)



I've bent stainless steel cutters before without even trying to. They're not as bad as tin but my heart still lies with the copper.
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