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post #1 of 34
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I thought I had saved the websites for cookie cutters, but I can't find them. I have the 100 piece Wilton set, but I want to buy some unique ones like the purse cookie cuuters and dresses. Where do you buy from?
post #2 of 34
www.foosecookiecutters.com
www.kitchengifts.com
www.cookiecutter.com

That is all I can think of really quickly.

Cindy
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post #3 of 34
I have ordered form all of them above and been very happy. I also got the Wilton 101 cookie cutter set and it was a great variety.
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post #4 of 34
Have you checked out the "New Articles" section on this website - How to Make Your Own Cookie Cutters. It's very easy!
post #5 of 34
I've ordered from all posted by Cindy as well as www.coppergifts.com . I've been very happy with my purchases from all of them. thumbs_up.gif
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post #6 of 34
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Thanks for your help! I did find what I need and this time I saved the sights. The only one I didn't find was the 3-tier cake cutter. I saw the one that had a heart, but it wasn't what I wanted. I'll have to check out the link for making my own, but I'm not so sure I can do it.
post #7 of 34
We used to make our own. We used a tin can like a coffee can or the like depending on how big the design needed. The can was cut in half and then we used tin snips or a band saw to cut the can off one inch from the top edge. That way you have a rolled edge for your hands. We drew pictures on a piece of paper and then used finishing nails to outline the design. We then wrapped a section of tin can around the nails and soldered it together and then soldered a handle to it.
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post #8 of 34
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Originally Posted by meiganlove

The only one I didn't find was the 3-tier cake cutter. I saw the one that had a heart, but it wasn't what I wanted.



Not sure if you're looking for tin, but here is a couple copper ones. I say copper ones are better in the long run and justify their higher prices. thumbs_up.gif

http://www.coppergifts.com/productcart/pc/advSearch_h.asp?keyWord=wedding+cake&type=1&Submit.x=16&Submit.y=5&
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post #9 of 34
I shop at Michaels for some things, but I usually buy copper. Aside from the websites mentioned above, these are good, too:


www.Simonscookiecutters.com
www.williams-sonoma.com

For williams sonoma, it's under bakeware and then cookie cutters.

Copper is the best deal, in my opinion.

J-
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post #10 of 34
I have to say, out of all those places listed, this has been the best place for me:
www.cookiecutter.com

I use to buy wholesale from them and sell the cookie cutters in a shop that I was co-owner of...they sold like crazy. They even designed a few for me for my gourmet doggy treats! They are great to do business with!!
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post #12 of 34
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I still haven't found the plain 3-tier cake cutter. I have researched each of these sights and can't find it. Does anyone know where they found theirs?
post #13 of 34
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Originally Posted by meiganlove

I still haven't found the plain 3-tier cake cutter. I have researched each of these sights and can't find it. Does anyone know where they found theirs?



You must not have checked out cindy6250's link because that's where I bought mine from.

Whenever I need a specific cutter I google it.
post #14 of 34
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Thanks! I didn't get into that sight yesterday because it was slow when I tried. I completely forgot to go back.
post #15 of 34
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Originally Posted by meiganlove

I still haven't found the plain 3-tier cake cutter. I have researched each of these sights and can't find it. Does anyone know where they found theirs?



I've had the same problem - been searching for months for it in tin. What I discovered is that Wilton had it in comfort grip years ago, but it's been discontinued. I even wrote to Wilton about it, no luck. It's gone. I search every week on ebay and amazon, no luck. So, I admitted defeat on ever finding it and just ordered a copper one from www.coppergifts.com for $10.00 plus shipping - $16.00 for one cookie cutter. Gulp! (That's something I didn't tell DH!) It's on it's way - hasn't arrived yet so I still don't know if it's exactly what I wanted either. If anyone on this site knows where to find the discontinued Wilton one, I'd love to know, too!
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