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Banjo, Tennis Racket or Baby Rattle cookie cutter
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Banjo, Tennis Racket or Baby Rattle cookie cutter

$6.00

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Ships in 3 business days Details
$4.25 to United States

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Refunds available: See booth/item description for details

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PayPal accepted
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Maestro accepted
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Shipping options

Ships in 3 business days Details
$4.25 to United States

Return policy

Refunds available: See booth/item description for details

Purchase protection

Payment options

PayPal accepted
PayPal Credit accepted
Venmo accepted
PayPal, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express accepted
Maestro accepted
Amazon Pay accepted

Item traits

Category:

Cookie Cutters

Quantity Available:

90 in stock

Condition:

New

Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

Brand:

Tintinnabulation

Material:

Tin plate

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Shipping discount:

Items after first shipped at flat $0.75

Price discount:

20% off w/ $30.00 spent

Posted for sale:

More than a week ago

Item number:

8146768

Item description

This Banjo, Tennis Racket or Baby Rattle cookie cutter is 2 1/4" wide by 5" long and 1 1/4" deep. The cutter is hand crafted from tin plate and soldered with lead free solder. The top edge of the cutter is rolled over to provide a comfortable grip in the palm of your hand when cutting a few, a dozen or several dozen cookies. Perfect for making cookies but also ideal for many other food uses: Sandwich cut outs that no one can refuse to eat! Jello cut outs. Try several colors and flavors. Brownie cut outs. Sheet cake cut outs. Rice Krispie treat cut outs. Chocolate molds. Ice cream molds. There are also many non food uses ultimately limited only by your imagination and creativity. Here are just a few: Christmas tree ornament. Tracing template. Candle mold. Soap mold. Kids might actually want to take a bath if they have a special bar of soap! Playdough, clay and polymer clay cut outs. My favorite rolled cookie recipe: Anise Cookies • 1 cups Butter • 2 teaspoons Baking Soda • 1 cups Spry or Crisco • 1 teaspoon Cream of Tartar • 5 cups Sugar • 1 teaspoon Salt • 2 cups Buttermilk/Sour Milk • teaspoon Oil of Anise • 5 Eggs • About 5 pounds Flour Note: 3 cups Margarine or Butter may be substituted for the Butter and Shortening Note: Oil of Anise is not the same as Anise Extract Mix liquid ingredients Add dry ingredients with flour last. Add flour gradually to thicken dough until it can be touched without sticking to your fingers Chill dough in refrigerator overnight Roll out portions of dough to desired thickness (keep remaining dough chilled to ease rolling) Cut desired cookies from dough Bake at 375 degrees on bottom shelf of oven until cookies just begin to brown on the edges (about 6 or 7 minutes) Move cookies to top shelf of oven to finish (about 2 to 3 minutes - someone should watch closely so as not to burn the cookies) Cleaning and care instructions included with purchase (but here they are for everyone's benefit): Your tin plate cookie cutters should last indefinitely provided you give them a bit of attention. I recommend hand washing them in warm soapy water followed by a thorough rinse. After that, place them in your oven (set to bake on the lowest temperature possible - usually warm) for about 5 to 10 minutes. This will thoroughly dry the cutters and prevent rust on the untinned edges. Rust on the untinned edges will not impact the usefulness of the cutters but can be easily removed with scotch brite or a brillo pad.
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