Product made by The Cookie Cutter Club.
This listing is for one Train #2 Cookie Cutter Set, which includes one Train Engine, Train Car, and Train Caboose.
Cookie cutter colors may vary.
Train Engine 2.5" x 2.2", 3.0" x 2.6", 3.5" x 3.1", 4.0" x 3.5", 4.5" x 4.0"
Train Car 2.5" x 2.1", 3.0" x 2.5", 3.5" x 2.9", 4.0" x 3.3", 4.5" x 3.7"
Train Caboose 2.5" x 2.1", 3.0" x 2.5", 3.5" x 2.9", 4.0" x 3.3", 4.5" x 3.7"
SIZES: Our cookie cutters are sized based off of their width and height (or height and width). The pictures above are oriented to match the height and width (or width and height) of the measurements given above. Please reference our sizing chart picture above for more details.
CUTTING DEPTH: The cutting depth is referring to how thick your dough, cake, brownie, etc. can be for the cutter to cut through. The average cookie dough is usually rolled out to a .25" thickness, so our .25" cutting depth will cut it just fine. We also offer a .5", .75", and 1.0" for individuals who have extra thick dough or those who are working with something other than cookie dough. For more information about the cutting depth sizes, please reference the cutting depth picture above.
SETS: Many of our cookie cutters are also part of a themed set that is discounted for 10% less than if you were to buy each cookie cutter individually. If this cookie cutter is part of a set, we have included pictures of the set in the listing. All sets are sold separately.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Always hand wash the cookie cutter with soap and warm water. Do not soak in water. Cookie cutters are not dishwasher safe. Store in a cool dry place with nothing heavier than other light cookie cutters on top. Cookie cutters made with 3D printed plastic have a low melting point and should be kept away from heat sources, such as direct sunlight, hot foods, stove tops, inside ovens, on hot pans, etc. Contact with heat and/or pressure may cause cutters to warp or melt.
MATERIAL USED: All of our cookie cutters are 3D printed with PLA plastic. PLA plastic is derived from corn starch. Keep in mind that our plastic cookie cutters have slightly thicker walls to give it more durability so your cookie cutter will last through years of use, but they may not give as clean a cut as a metal cookie cutter. Whereas metal cookie cutters may start to rust or bend from constant use, our cookie cutters will not rust and will keep their shape with proper care.