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Dog Bone Cookie Cutter

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Making treats your guests will howl for is easy with this 4" plastic cookie cutter. Plastic; BPA Free.

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Reviewed by: akstar

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Location: Kenai, AK

Title: bone cookie cutter

Date: Jul 29, 2012

a fairly large plastic cookie cutter. would make good sized cookies, but ended up using smaller metal cutters from local store for play dough instead.

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Reviewed by: bazuams

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Location: nj

Title: Not just for cookies!

Date: Jul 07, 2010

For my daughters kid party I made PB&J sandwiches and used the cutter. The kids ate them all up and loved them. Then I used it again for her family party and made butter cookies. I added cinnamon to darken them up. By the time everyone left they were all gone. Big hit. I'm thinking about using the cutter with brownies next. Nice size, really cute...kids and adults loved it!

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Reviewed by: hhx3plusdog

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Location: Florida

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Title: Duel Purpose

Date: Jun 29, 2010

For my daughter's 11th birthday we used the Dog Party supplies. We used the Bone Cookie Cutters for Peanut Butter & Fluff. PB & Jelly and Tuna finger sandwiches. They were a big hit. Just make sure you cut the bread first, then put the insides in the sandwiches. We also made cookies and decorated them...all of the girls got to take some home. One of the cookies cutters was broken on arrival, but we still had plenty.

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Reviewed by: TheresaB

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Location: Duncan, SC

Title: Adorable

Date: Jun 18, 2010

I used these cookie cutters not only for cookies but also for little sandwiches. Big hit at the birthday party!

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Reviewed by: Mustang7

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Location: Austin, Texas

Title: Great cookie cutter

Date: Apr 09, 2010

Sturdy and works like a charm. Our cookies turned out very cute. woof woof!

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Reviewed by: snoopymom

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Location: Virginia

Title: A good size

Date: Feb 24, 2010

Ordered this for a Snoopy themed party. They are a good size for cookies, big enough to write names on for each child.

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Reviewed by: KYMom3

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Title: KYMom3

Date: Dec 07, 2009

Nice size. Cute. Easy to use but it is a traditional plastic cookie cutter.

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Reviewed by: LlamaMama

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Location: Seattle

Title: great idea!

Date: Dec 01, 2009

We made dog bone shaped cookies to put in the gift bags with the kids for our daughters 1st bday party. They absolutely loved them! They are very durable, and worked really well! We also melted down chocolate and made dog bone shaped chocolates with them and these cookie cutters hyeld up through it all! great buy!

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Reviewed by: MommaKim

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Title: So fun!

Date: Nov 27, 2009

We made dog bone cookies and decorated them at my 4 year-old's birthday party and the kids just loved it!

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Reviewed by: MommyMajor

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Location: Rocky Mount, NC

Title: Scooby snack anyone?

Date: Nov 25, 2009

I bought these to go in treat bags with Play-doh for my son's 3rd birthday party. We used a Scooby Doo theme so these worked great. The kids were able to make their own Scooby snacks!!

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Reviewed by: Grete

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Title: Simple tool to "adapt" cookies

Date: Nov 25, 2009

I used them to make "brownie bones", which was a big success.

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Reviewed by: belljarsmom

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Location: North Huntingdon, PA

Title: Really Cute Addition

Date: Jul 14, 2009

My daughter wanted the dog birthday for her 7th birthday party, and the dog bone cookie cutter just made the cutest cookies ever. I placed all her bowls of food in dog dish-like bowls on the placemats and the silver platter of "dog bones" was the cutest addition.

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Reviewed by: lybbertgirl

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Location: Vancouver, WA

Title: Great idea

Date: Jul 14, 2009

Loved this cookie cutter! I used them to make the cookies and then washed them and tied them to the party favor bags with ribbon that had dog prints on it! What a hit.

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