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Mistletoe Cookie Cutter

by OogiMe Mar 14, 2015
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Just so you know this is holly, not mistletoe.

I printed one but it doesn't work for our sugar cookie recipe. The dough constantly sticks into the cutter. Any tips to make it work? Obviously you were able to get a few cuts for this picture. :) Thanks

Hi, thank you for sharing your great cookie cutter designs
I found this design difficult to use, because of the small gap all around the leaves, that fills with dough and makes it stick to the cutter (and also difficult to clean)
regards

Hello,

First of all congratulations these are really beautiful designs!

I have a question with regard to the cookie cutters and the licence attribution that is stated as ''no-commercial''.

Towards the second half of December we are going to have our Christmas Bazaar at the school where I teach. Students and teachers prepare various things and objects as well as food and sell them to the visitors. The visitors pay to buy coupons and they use those coupons for all their buys. All money that comes out of the event goes to charities. I will get my 3D printer at the school and print out ornaments and other staff to be bought by the visitors.

Is the licence of the cookie cutter allowing such activity or does it still fall into the ''no-commercial'' restriction?

Thanks

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.

you can scale the z to make it lower then it should be ok for swedish ginger bread

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