Call 304-462-8043 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com The cookie cutters are always changing!
All cookie cutters are $1.40 each, the sets vary in price:
(single cookie cutters are at the bottom of the page)
(Your savings increase with the number in each set! Example: A set of 16 = 2 cookie cutters FREE!)
Single/$1.40 Set of 9/$11.75
Set of 2/$2.75 Set of 10/$13.00
Set of 3/$4.00 Set of 11/$14.25
Set of 4/$5.25 Set of 12/$15.50
Set of 5/$6.50 Set of 13/$16.75
Set of 6/$7.75 Set of 14/$17.85
Set of 7/$9.00 Set of 15/$18.90
Set of 8/$10.50 Set of 16/$19.60
Sets of 2/$2.75:
Sets of 3/$4.00
Sets of 4/$5.25:
Sets of 5/$6.50:
Sets of 8/$10.50: Sold out! Sets of 9/ $11.75:
Sets of 12/$15.50:
This set includes:
Special, just for you:
Dec. 1 through Dec. 15, 2017 -
You make your own package! Review the prices of the number of cookie cutters per package and order your own list for the discounted cost + shipping! This will give you time to purchase for needle felting and/or cookies! Simply review the pictures of the single cookie cutters and or the sets that are already put together. Please remember that some of the cookie cutters are limited in number, so all will be on a "first come, first get" basis.
All cookie cutters are made in the USA!
Single Cookie Cutters/$1.40 each: Call or email @ a specific cutter!
The single cookie cutters & the sets vary throughout the year - keep checking! All are based on themes, seasons & holidays! I will need your full address to allow me to get your shipping cost, I will mail USPS /either Parcel or Priority - you will make that decision. Again, the cookie cutters work well as "templates" for needle felting but they also work well for children and homemade clay - and of course may always be used for cookies! Think ahead for Christmas "stocking stuffers", cookies and if you are making dry, cookie mixes in jars - the cookie cutters will make a great attachment to the jar with a bow......be creative!
Care and information of the Cookie Cutters made in the USA:
The cookie cutters are made of tinplate steel and have sharp edges to cut the dough and/or clay. I suggest adult supervision when a child is using any metal cookie cutter for needle felting, clay or cookies.
Cleaning to maintain the cookie cutters:
Hand wash and thoroughly dry your tin cookie cutter.
Never use an abrasive and do not put in dishwasher.
Using a mild soap is okay, but thoroughly rinse before you dry.
Store all tin cookie cutters in a dry place to prevent rust.
If you follow these steps, your cookie cutters will last a long time & you may use them in assorted ways - enjoy!