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what do you used to cutout very small letters for a topper?

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hi everyone,
I have been searching for a while, but since i have no idea what it would be called (thingy will only get your so far in google lol). Can anyone tell me what was used to make the small lettering/numbers on this cupcake topper please? i keep seeing them and wanting to try them, but i have no idea what tool was used.
thanks

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post #2 of 4
I have a set of the Wilton letter's and they work well.
http://www.amazon.com/Wilton-Fondant-Alphabet-Number-Cookie/dp/B0009PU010/ref=pd_sim_k_18
post #3 of 4
Ive just bought some *patchwork* cutters off ebay you have to use mexican gumpaste with them, I`m still playing around with them atm, only got them today. I want to use them for the same purpose. Think in the U.S they call them tappets, hope this helps
Salena
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FMM tappits. Michael's doesn't carry them, but any cake supply store and a number of places online have them.
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