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Make holiday or everyday cookies extra special when cut into shapes. Decorate with royal icing, coloured sugars, and sprinkles. Or, use to cut out shapes from brownies, bar cookies, or sandwiches. Size: 3.5" Dimensions: 3.5"L × 1"D Materials: Tinplate Care: Hand wash and dry immediately. Do not soak in water. Not dishwasher safe.
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Arrived on time and as described. It worked well for our cut-out cookies.Published 10 days ago by Natalie D.
My friends and family were so impressed with the train cookies I made for my child's train birthday. They were a very cute addition!Published 1 month ago by Samantha W.
Very cute and easy to cut through cookie dough or thin sandwich bread. Problem is that it rust very easily. I washed it and towel dried but it still rust on some part.Published 2 months ago by J. Kanda
Looks like a train, cuts cleanly. Hasn't rusted yet. What more do you want?Published 3 months ago by jh
This cookie cutter is wonderful! We made about 8 dozen cookies and it has held up perfectly! We also used this to cut out train shaped bread, cheese and lunch meat for my son's... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Adrienne
this doesn't hold it's shape great. I guess you can tell it's a train when you make cookies, but they are not the most obvious object. Read morePublished 5 months ago by alaska reader
My 2 year old love trains and this was perfect for his b-day party cookies.Published 5 months ago by julie
We used this to make sandwiches for my son's second birthday which was a Thomas the Train party. It was a hit.Published 6 months ago by skydivegirl24