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What is a Cookie Cutter?
"A cookie cutter is a tool to cut out cookie dough in a particular shape. They are often used for seasonal occasions when well-known decorative shapes are desired, or for large batches of cookies where simplicity and uniformity are required.

Cookie Decorating Techniques
"Many decorating techniques used today do not require elaborate cookie cutters. The simplest of shapes can be quite versatile in serving various themes. For example, a star-shaped cutter can be used for Christmas, 4th of July, and messages of congratulations. A circle can be decorated as a sun, ball, flower, spider web, or smiley face."

"But some occasions call for special cookie cutters, even custom-made ones. For example, in honor of a 50th wedding anniversary, a photograph of the couple's first car could be sent to a company, and the cutter would be custom made to depict this. Then the person making the cookies would decorate them to complete the depiction."
resource: wikipedia

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Other Cookie Cutter Uses
Besides their defined use "to cut shapes out of dough", they can also be used but not limited to for cutting and shaping tea sandwiches for tea parties."  If your having a hard time getting your kids to eat lunch, try sandwiches cut with cookie cutters. It works every time!
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