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These cutters are made of 22 gauge stainless steel. When you compare these cutters to others, you will recognize that these cutters are meant to last for generations. Cookie dough is not the only thing you can cut with these cutters. Experiment with such things as chocolate, breads, even crispy treats. Then won't loose their shape like many of the tinplated cutters do. Try making soap shapes too. You will enjoy these sets, watch everyone's eyes light up and their faces smile when your family and friends see your cookies.
All Sets include:
  •  Heavy gauge stainless steel cutters
  • Delicious sugar cookie recipe
  • Easy icing recipe to "glue" pieces together
  • Complete instructions
  • Re-useable and re-sealable storage bag.

For the cookies in Lady's Home Journal, Tree cutter:
We have gotten word that he manufacturer is working on one and it will be here within a couple of weeks.
But in the meantime, you could use a large one, and a smaller one for the sides cut in half.
I haven't had an opportunity to see the magazine yet. TREE CUTTERS

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Zoo Animal Series

Summer Series

As seen in Ladies Home Journal 12/06
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Dip feet in chocolate to tint.
Set 'feet in a 'puddle' of melted coating chocolate and let set up, to make them stand up better.
Use royal icing tinted any color for gluing pieces together. Or use melted coating chocolate.
You could paint these using cookie icing or royal icing. Just thin and color it.

Here is a great idea that will greatly improve your success with 3-Dimensional cookies.
Roll out the cookie dough directly on Parchment paper. (This can be found at your local grocery store by the waxed paper.) Cut out your pieces for the cookies, and lift the dough from around the cut out cookies. You bake your cookies right on the parchment paper. This way, the pieces don't have to be transferred to the cookie sheet. It is important to maintain the shape of the cut outs so they fit together properly.
Slide the prepared cut outs on the parchment paper onto the cookie sheets and bake according to directions. While they are baking, you can prepare the next batch of cut outs. When the first batch is done, slide the parchment paper off of the cookie sheet to cool, and slide the next batch on. When the cookies are completely cooled, just peel them off of the parchment paper and reuse for the next batch. Once you find out how easy it is to use parchment paper, you'll always have a supply handy.

Use wooden dowel rods... the diameter you want the thickness of the dough to be. I have found that for cookies, 3/16 inch rod is perfect. For Cinnamon Ornaments, 1/4 inch rod is best. Place a rod on either side  with the dough between the rods. Keep the edges of the rolling pin on top of the rods. The rods will keep you from rolling the dough too thin or too thick.

Did you loose the RECIPE?
3-D Sugar Cookie Recipe
Use this recipe when making your 3-D Cookies. It makes a more crisp cookie so your creations will stand up. Some sugar cookie recipes are too soft.
NOTE: Be sure to use real butter: margarine will not work.
Mix dry ingredients together in a large bowl. Set to one side.
         4 C. All Purpose Flour
          1/2 tsp. salt
           1/4 tsp. Baking Powder
Cream together:
1 C. Butter (Softened to room temperature)
2 C. Sugar
Add and beat on low until well blended:
2 Eggs
2 tsp. vanilla
2 Tblsp water
Add the dry ingredient mixture a little at a time and mix on low until thoroughly combined. Add a little more liquid if needed to be able to work with the dough. If necessary, refrigerate a short time to set up the butter.
Heat oven to 325 degrees. Roll out the dough on parchment paper and cut out all of the same piece. (Such as all bodies OR all antlers, etc.)
Bake for approximately 15 to 18 minutes. Time may vary according to varying makes of ovens, so watch the cookies. You want them slightly "tan" around the edges, not burnt. When done, remove the cookie sheet from the oven, slide the parchment paper off onto cooling racks, and let cool completely before trying to remove the cookies. When completely cooled, they just peel off.
Recipe makes about 12-14 assembled cookies, depending on the design you have chosen.
Follow the directions for assembling your 3-D cookies and stand back and SMILE.


Q.    Can I use any sugar cookie recipe to make my 3-dimensional cookies?
A.    No. Some sugar cookie recipes make soft cookies and your 3-D cookies won't stand up. The recipe that is included with each set of cutters makes a delicious, old fashioned, milk dipping sugar cookie, and tastes like a sugar cookie should...sweet and buttery.

Q.   What is the best way to cut out my 3-D pieces?
A.  Roll out the dough directly onto parchment paper, cut out the pieces, and lift the dough from around the cutouts. Bake right on the parchment paper. This way, the pieces are not distorted by moving them from the cutting surface to the cookie sheet. It is very important to the final assembly that the cookies maintain their cutter shape.

Q.  Can I use any frosting mix to assemble the cookies?
A.  No, only a royal icing can be used. By using this type of icing, the cookies can be moved and positioned without falling apart after the icing has dried. Everything is edible,too.