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Martha Stewart Collection 26-Piece Alphabet Cookie Cutter Set

Martha Stewart Collection 26-Piece Alphabet Cookie Cutter Set
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Martha Stewart Collection 26-Piece Alphabet Cookie Cutter Set

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Product Details:
Package Length: 14.0 inches
Package Width: 7.2 inches
Package Height: 2.2 inches
Package Weight: 1.35 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 5 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:4.5 ( 5 customer reviews )
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5 of 5 found the following review helpful:

4Nice size cookie cutters  Aug 10, 2010
By Elizabeth Lowe "Communication Strategist & Down-to-Earth Gal"
This is a nice set of alphabet cookie cutters; each cutter is about 3 inches tall. They must be tinplated steel since a magnet attaches to them, allowing kids to hook these together for word games (with adult supervision, of course).

I've seen the smaller fondant cutters and they're quite tiny compared to these, which are good for cutting through bread, meat and cheese as well as cookie dough and play dough. My only problem is one of the welds has already come loose. Still, they're of as good a quality as most metal cookie cutters and probably the best deal on the market, unless you're lucky enough to happen upon a full set at a garage sale. This is a great way to give kids hands-on experience with the alphabet. We're using them to reinforce reading concepts with my nieces, who love this kind of play.

5 of 5 found the following review helpful:

5Alphabet Cookie Cutters  Dec 06, 2009
The cutters are sturdy and also a good size. Have not used them yet, but do like the way they look and feel.

5Great!  Jun 27, 2011
By Jeanmp
These cookie cutters are wonderful! I used them to make cookies for a friend's baby shower using the letters of the baby's name and gave them out as tokens at the end of the shower. it took a while to get the right consistency for the cookies, but once I did, the cookies came out great. I even used the center of the O's for the umlat! The trick: make sure the dough is really cold and don't use premade dough from the store if you want your letters to have distinct lines!

5Creative FUN!  Dec 13, 2012
By Baking Barbie
We have had so much fun with these Alphabetic Cookie Cutters by spelling phrases for school sport teams to writing out a Bible verse for a youth group party. The easiest and fastest way to use this fun tool is to make Nestle Chocolate Chip cookies via the pan version. Don't over-bake and then start using the letters once the pan is out of the oven a few minutes.

3Good product  Dec 10, 2013
By Corina Felt
I am using these letters in clay and they work just fine, but the size of the letters was smaller that what i was hoping for.

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