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Old 10-25-2005, 10:05 AM   #11
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Thanks PA!! Now maybe I can get all that I want before I get grandkids, that will be a LOOOOONG time yet, hopefully!!

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Originally Posted by PA Baker
Here are two excellent websites for buying cookie cutters. I'm always amazed at their selections!


The second one has a store that's about 1.5 hours from where I live. Luckily they have really limited hours and I've never been there--I could easily break the bank at a place like that!
That is soooo helpful, thank-you PA!!! LOL, I totally and completely know what you mean, just about any decent kitchenware shop could clean me out in a flash!

In days of yore (lol), I used to have a big ghost shaped cookie cutter that I used to cut out sandwiches with from white bread - they were so cute!


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