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Ateco 7805 Plain Edge Star Cutters in Graduated Sizes, Stainless Steel, 6 Pc Set
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- Six star sizes
- Sharp cutting edges
- Nest in own container for easy storage
- 1-3/4 to 3-1/2 inches
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You'll be seeing sweet stars once you get rolling and cutting cookies with this set. The smallest star is handy for cutting designs in pie crust dough, and the largest might also be used to make ornaments.
An outstanding set for every cookie-baking occasion, these six stars will help you make a whole constellation of tasty treats. Solid construction and a sharp edge make quick work of any dough, and smaller sizes are great for adding attractive trimmings to pie crusts. An extra band of metal wrapped around the top cutter edge improves grip and lessens the chance of injury. Just pop in the dishwasher for easy cleanup, and store them right in the handy metal container. --Jill Lightner
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Myself, I intend to use these to cut sculpting clay... I don't expect any problems, but if they just don't get the job done I guess I can edit this review. Having just held them in my hand when my set arrived, I see no reason these wouldn't also work fine on cookie dough--and I might try out the shapes I don't use for clay for that purpose too.