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Fred and Friends, CA Letter Pressed Cookie Cutters

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  • Size: 10 5/16 X 8 7/16 X 1.3/4 inches
  • Size of each letter ranges from 2 to 3 inches with different fonts
  • Includes 28 cookie cutters
  • The letters of the alphabet plus the apersand and exclamation point.
  • Includes a cookie recipe. Hand wash only.

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Fred Letterpressed Letters Cookie Cutters, Grey

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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful
Cute and Fun Dec 16 2011
By Harrys_mom - Published on
Color: White
When I saw these cookie cutters... I just had to have them. How cute (and funny)!!!

I used regular rolled sugar cookie dough, rolled to 1/4" thickness. Stamp the design first, then flip the cookie stamp over and use the cutter side to cut out the little man shape. I was able to fit about 6 cookies per cookie sheet.

Use a thin powdered sugar icing to pipe the skeletal design onto the cookie once cooled... (I put the icing into a ziploc bag, then cut off a very small corner of the bag to make an easy disposable piping bag/tip).

I really like that the cookie cutter and stamper are in one piece - less pieces to store (and lose).
34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
Cute and Unique Oct. 28 2012
By LauraLynn128 - Published on
Color: White Verified Purchase
I had a hard time at first with this cookie cutter. After baking the cookies the bone shapes would become distorted. After trial and error I found the best way to get a good cut is to use the cookie cutter (without stamping the bone shapes) and then bake the cookies. Right after the cookies are done I pulled them out the oven and stamped the shape into them. This provided the best cut and made it easy to fill the bones with royal icing.

I also used sugar cookies instead of gingerbread and I used royal icing with neon green food coloring. Came out great. See photo.
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
By Karen B - Published on
Verified Purchase
I ordered these cookie cutters from Amazon and it took several months until they were back in stock. I'm glad I waited for them because they are AMAZING!!!! They make the absolute cutest cookies!!! The cutters are made of a durable plastic with 2 sides. One side is the shape and the flip side is the impression. Make sure to FLOUR the shape side each time used so dough will easily come out. The impressions are crisp and easy to decorate.

Two clear plastic "trays" are embossed with each letter and hold the cutters accordingly. These "trays" are rather flimsy, though. They are made out of the same type of packaging plastic used for "blister packs." There are only 2 shapes, square and rectangle with several size variations. The square cutters range from 1 3/4" - 2 1/2." The rectangles range from 2 1/2" x 1 3/4" - 2 3/4" x 2."

Some of the letters have designs in the impression. dots, lines, etc. One drawback is that there are only two punctuation marks: exclamation sign(!) and amber sign(&). The set needed some numbers and a question mark. But, other than that and the flimsy trays, it's different and really cute for all ages!!! My kids are in college and had fun using these.

24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
not just a joke: serious cookie cutters! Dec 16 2007
By jaspersu - Published on
Apart from being funny, these are really nice quality cookie cutters. They're cast aluminum, instead of being a strip of metal that's bent into the shape. This means they'll resist getting bent out of shape better than the usual standbys. There is no spot where a metal strip had to be joined so you can get a nice, smooth cut all the way around. The edges are smooth and the same on the top and bottom so the cutters can be flipped over and will cut just as well on either side. This is good because it lets you turn the cutter whichever way is best to fit the shapes together while cutting the dough- less time and effort re-rolling the scrap dough. They're safe for kids as they are not sharp.
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Great Investment Oct. 1 2013
By amalgam - Published on
Verified Purchase
Life as a poor college student means you have to learn how to save money, which usually entails learning how to cook. I have enjoyed my journey thus far, poring over weekly grocery ads and scouring the internet for delicious, yet cheap and simple recipes.

Here's the thing about cooking/baking: once you start, you can't stop. You'll want to up the ante and try more exciting recipes. And people start expecting a certain standard of you since you're constantly posting pictures of your successful endeavors on Facebook.

Here is where these cookie cutters are one of the best investments you can make. Baking has been proven to be a great stress reliever, and your cookies will be at least ten times more spectacular in the shape of dinosaurs.

The indentations came out very clearly and the cutters are super easy to clean because they can go right into the dishwasher, no problem. I wholeheartedly proclaim this a great investment, even for a poor college student. You have to savor these small simple things in life.