This cookie cutter set, for baking manger boxes, (Nativities), was inspired by a scroll saw pattern by Steve Good - go to http://www.stevedgood.com/catalog/ and search for "nativity box".
The photos show the various steps:
Step 1 - cut blanks and transfer to baking sheet.
Step 2 - cut and imprint layers.
Step 3 - weed layers.
Step 4 - bake and cool.
Step 5 - assemble - lid/lamb/Holy Family/donkey/stable/palm tree/lid.
If you decide to decorate any of the layers with icing, you will need the spacer, to separate them from the next biscuit.
Package in cellophane packets.
Have fun, be blessed and please upload pictures of your Nativity.
My printer has a 0.5mm nozzle and I prefer to use Slic3r 0.9.9. dev with the config file I have uploaded, as the blade prints as a single extrusion, which keeps the cookie cutter strong and the blade does not delaminate, like it sometimes does, if it is printed as 2 thinner walls.
As the plastic cools in the corners it sometimes contracts and makes "high spots". If you place the cookie cutter on a marble slab, you can see light between the slab and the blade, because of these "high spots". If this happens I use 600 grit water paper on a piece of glass to sand the "high spots" back.
I use the Cookie Cutter generator by Guru to generate the individual components of the various cookie cutters.
I use Netfabb Basic to position all the individual pieces of the cookie cutter and save them in their new positions.
I use Pronteface to compose the individual pieces and then export a single composite STL.
I use Netfabb Azure cloud service to repair the cookie cutter.