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Rudolph the Reindeer Cookie Cutter

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Rudolph the Reindeer Cookie Cutter by OogiMe Mar 14, 2015

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We designed unique Cookie Cutters to print that incorporate the
holiday spirit, especially for you and your family.
Visit our site oogime.com for more details, usage tips and baking
recipe. Print Time ~ 01:00 Filament (gr) ~22 *standard resolution,
layer height 0.3mm

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Do you put chocolate chips in the dip to make the reindeer's nose?

I bought this last Christmas when it wasn't free. Not good for Swedish ginger bread, unless you make the cookies very thick the lines doesn't reach into the dough.

Hello Devrope and thank you for your comment. The cookie cutters are designed for traditional sugar cookies which are usually thicker than Swedish ginger bread. In addition, each one of our cookie cutters is being quality controlled to ensure best results and a fun user experience. Please check our website and get a recipe idea for free, we hope you will enjoy it.

Thanks again, OogiMe Team

Also, Gingerbread is a brutally thick dough. I've not had Swedish before, but normal (whatever you wanna call it) Gingerbread is responsible for the deaths of cheap mixers in kitchens all over the world. That molasses is thick! :)

Printing my cutter now. Can't wait to try it out. Thanks!

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