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post #31 of 62
Top left: I see two figures, either a skier who is now in flight after a jump and trying to get the most distance or a swimmer in the water, doing the butterfly stroke. Have fun!
post #32 of 62
Thread Starter 
This is great -- so many imaginative responses. Too bad so many of them are beyond my artistic skills. icon_smile.gif

Maybe next time I do decorated sugar cookies, I'll do a few and try some out. Another one I thought of for the top left one is a dragon's head, but that would be an awfully tiny body.

Someone asked if there's a manufacturer's stamp -- nope. That would be too helpful. icon_smile.gif I suppose it could be a custom, too.

And someone asked how we saw a fairy. Top left is a fairy in flight. Bottom left is a fairy doing a caber toss.
post #33 of 62
I think it looks like an Eskimo on a dog sled. See his boot kicking out in the back of top left photo.
post #34 of 62
This thread is cracking me up. We should do this once a week...post a picture of some random cookie cutter and we can all photo caption it and get new ideas!

I see a bird as well.

Annie
post #35 of 62
I'm thinking a dragon fly.
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post #36 of 62
Quote:
Originally Posted by AnnieCahill

This thread is cracking me up. We should do this once a week...post a picture of some random cookie cutter and we can all photo caption it and get new ideas!

I see a bird as well.

Annie



I agree! This is fun!! I personally did not see the bird though and I have 3 macaws at home with really long tail feathers which would explain the long part but that's about it. I can see the fairy, the moose head on a wall, the ballerina, the skier, the dragonfly and the gun, just not the bird. Strange. That is an awesome cookie cutter though!
post #37 of 62
I too am enjoying this thread. I have shown the photo to many but it remains a real mystery.
post #38 of 62
My family plays this game every few months when i need a specific cutter . I have a few hundred and they can be confusing . I have a cutter that nobody knows what it is, but to me it is pretty obvious icon_wink.gif I bet there is no way it would fool a bunch of cakers!
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post #39 of 62
I see mermaid, laying on her side with the long part going off to your left. I see her flowing hair and arms....whatcha thinking?? See it too?
post #40 of 62
Yep - - definitely a laughing moose head on the wall. But where are his antlers? icon_confused.gif
post #41 of 62
It looks like a shotgun cookie cutter. I confirmed this with my friend too. She researched some sites and confirmed the same. Definitely this cookie cutter is of a revolver shotgun.
post #42 of 62
Its looks like a fairy to me.
post #43 of 62
Great thread to revive!

The first thing that came to my mind - Tinkerbell!
post #44 of 62
Thread Starter 
Yup, I could buy a mermaid, though not much of a fishy end to her tail.

Thanks for reviving and adding ideas.
post #45 of 62
As many times as I have read through this thread, and as many times as I have looked at the pictures, I canNOT see a bird icon_wink.gif
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