Hammer Song Bunny Large Tin Cookie Cutter

Item Number: 4200HSBYL1
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Let this bunny jump into your heart! A Hammer Song original tinplate cutter, this bunny measures approximately 5" long.

All Hammer Song cutters have superb edges for perfect detail cutting and cut beautifully through the dough. Hammer Song tin ware cutters are handmade whimsical, uniquely American pieces made for the cookie cutter aficionado. All of these cutters are made in the tradition of 18th and 19th century tinsmiths. This means you will see evidence of solder paste where the edges have been hand soldered to create the intricate shape of the cutter. Slight imperfections help substantiate the handmade quality of the cutter. Using only antique hand tools, Bill and Betsy Cukla create original, durable cookie cutters that reflect our rich American past. Highly sought after, Hammer Song's whimsical shapes, superb craftsmanship and attention to detail continue to attract bakers and collectors worldwide. Because of the rich detailing, these cutters make cookies that are quite beautiful in their own right with no additional decoration. However, for those of you who love to guild the lily, we have found that decorating with luster dust adds color while allowing the detailing to show through.

We recommend that you use our No Fail Sugar Cookie Recipe to ensure the fine detailing of this cutter is maintained during baking.

View helpful hints and instructions for great cookies using handcrafted Hammer Song cookie cutters Here.


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A bit difficult to use
Mar 28, 2014  |  By Gael Sami
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I find this cookie cutter hard to use as the dough does not release from the cutter freely. I am using chilled dough and flouring the cutter. The solid backing is something I do not care for - you cannot help the cookie dough out and I find I have to twist my cutter to get the ears out in one piece. I will not buy a cutter in this style again. I have spent way too long cutting out the cookies as I have had to re-do about 80% of them and it takes a lot longer to get them out than with a traditional (open) cutter.
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