Cookie cutter collection

by MaakMijnIdee, published

Cookie cutter collection by MaakMijnIdee Nov 23, 2012


Liked By

View All

Give a Shout Out

If you print this Thing and display it in public proudly give attribution by printing and displaying this tag.

Print Thing Tag


Thing Statistics

30309Views 15389Downloads Found in Kitchen & Dining


Here are a set of 100+ cookie cutter shapes.

Cookie cutters are easy-to-print objects and pretty useful.


1) Select (a set of) your favorite cookie cutter.

2) Get it printed.
Print only the outline of the cutter so switch off all fill setting in your slicer. A rather rough layer height setting will do. 2 layer shells will produce a fine cutter. I sliced mine in Netfabb for Ultimaker where I added 3 extra shell layers to the bottom 3mm's of the cookie cutter (using the Regions option in Netfabb) giving it a bit more strength.

3) Make some cookie dough. I like sand cookies! You can check this site for a recipe and how-to

4) Enjoy your cookies!

The "All cookie cutters".zip obviously contains all the cookie cutters. I also added some ZIPs of related cookie cutters.

More from Kitchen & Dining

view more

All Apps

Upgrade this Thing with Thingiverse Apps

Tools and Utilities

Repair, slice, or enhance this Thing

Auto-magically prepare your 3D models for 3D printing. A cloud based 3D models Preparing and Healing solution for 3D Printing, MakePrintable provides features for model repairing, wall thickness...

App Info Launch App

These aren't cookie cutters, just solid shapes. Totally useless. Trying to change a solid object into an outline with slicing setting is a pretty poor way to do it. Why not just make them into actual cookie cutter shapes in the .stl.

I'm printing mine hollow and then before it gets to filling in the top I'll cancel the print. Works in my mind at least, and testing it out now

Thank You! It will be good for Christmass time!

Awesome, my friends daughter says thanks :)

Call me crazy but these all appear as solid models to me. Not quite sure how to print them as even printing them with zero infill - still means they are solid.