BOBBER (AVAILABLE IN 3 SIZES)
MEASUREMENTS (inches WIDTH X LENGTH):
MEDIUM - 2.33 X 2.57
MINI - 1.85 X 2.04
TINY - 1.10 X 1.22
This little bobber was designed to coordinate with the fishing pole cookie cutter that we designed for Jodi Till of The Floured Canvas. The cookies in the photo were from a class of Jodi's featuring the Fishing Pole, Bobber, Bluegill Small and a couple of our mesh stencil sayings on plaques. To see more of Jodi's work, view her pages @theflouredcanvas.
Our cutters are packaged with a full color insert. The majority of our character cutters have a matching stencil to make it easier to transfer the design onto the cookie. The matching stencil can also be used to create “Paint Your Own” cookies. The matching stencil will have the same item number, except the first 3 letters of the item number will be STC instead of CCC.
**CARE INSTRUCTIONS: PLA cutters are not dishwasher safe. Wash in lukewarm water and dry immediately. Do not leave the cutters to soak. When storing the cutters away, keep in mind that metal cutters with a sharp edge can damage the tapered cutting edge of PLA cutters. Proper care will ensure years of use.
Our cutters are finely crafted with rounded handles for comfort, and are reinforced with extra thickness at the base. They are fully tapered in one smooth profile up the entire edge of the cutter, which results in a sturdier cutter. They taper down to a fine edge for a precise, clean cut. They are 3d printed with white (so they don’t clash with the color packaging) PLA filament and are food safe.
Cutter prices are determined by size, filament used and print time. All cutter sales are final and non-refundable. If you have a problem with a cutter, please contact us. See our FAQ section for our refund policy.
MADE IN THE USA
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