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Custom 3D-Printed Cookie Cutters Give You Awesomely Custom Cookies

by Hazel Chua

You don’t need to be a master baker to whip up great-looking cookies that will tempt both kids and kids at heart. Thanks to these customized cookie cutters, now you can serve up sweet, crumbly treats baked in the form of any of your favorite cartoon and movie characters.

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Among the collection, you’ll find cookie cutters for My Little Pony, Pokémon, Super Mario Bros., Pac-Man and Metroid. There’s also the previously featured Portal guy cookie cutter so you can still enjoy some baked goods after you found out the cake was a lie.

If you want a design that’s currently not listed, then no worries because the storefront behind all these awesome cookie cutters can create your desired designed through 3D printing.

Prices for 3D printed cookie cutters range from about $4 to $6 for individuals, and $12 to $36 for sets from WarpZone.

[via The Mary Sue]




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  1. jessica says:

    I am interested in the mario brothers set

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