Doggone it! Everyone loves dogs and cookies! This set of four cookie cutters in your favorite dog breeds including German Shepherd (4.5 inches), Poodle (3 inches), Dalmation (4 inches), and dog bone (2.5 inches).
Tin cookie cutters are the most popular cookie cutters out there. So here’s some practical information for caring for your cookie cutters, so you’ll get years of enjoyment out of them.
Care Instructions: Our cookie cutters should be gently washed by hand and dried promptly to prevent rust. If you live in a humid climate, you may even want to dry them with a hairdryer or put them in a warm oven. Don’t use abrasive cleansers on the cookie cutters and don’t put them in the dishwasher. Keep cookie cutters away from anything acidic, as the tinplate can wear off.
If a cookie cutter becomes bent, it’s pretty simple to fix. Tin is very pliable and bends easily. In fact, if you want to adjust a bend in your cookie cutter, you can do that too. Just use extra caution around the soldered joints so you don’t break them.
Store carefully and they’ll last for years of baking and crafting fun. Remember, tin bends easily so you may want to hang them on a peg board or store them loosely in bins or drawers. Also keep in mind that if the cookie cutters continuously hit against each other, they can ding the tinplate and this can cause rusting.