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Each design is baked in separate pieces and then slotted together, so that you can become the terror of the Jurassic age and then munch the cookies for lunch!
Each pack contains enough cookie cutters to create one of your favourite Dinosaurs, and cleverly designed to stand up on your plate, these cookies will cause quite a stir at any party, and are great fun to make with the family. The Dinosaur cookie cutters comes in 4 different designs:
Please be aware that the animal is chosen at random, unless purchased as part of the special 4 pack (available as an option above), in which you will recieve one of each animal per pack.
Safe for children to use and can be used for cooking and playing, but it would be so perfect if I had gotten all the sets I neededPublished 9 days ago by odette morgan
great idea and everyone loves it, but the little giraffe doesn't work properly. it is too difficult if not impossible to get the dough out from between the legs to slide it... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Alexander Lieven
Not at all clear that you only get one cutter. Outrageous and over priced. Will be sending straight back for a refund.Published 1 month ago by Surreymum
The cutters themselves are great, but I ordered four, hoping for a little variety and ended up with four of the same sort. Not very useful. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Wells
I say okay because I like the product, its quirky and it works but the company is a bit retarded. I mean getting a mystery animal is just poor business strategy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by : D
Arrived quickly and was as described. A Great idea for cookie cutter, looking forward to trying out these little guys.Published 9 months ago by efdevon
Says cookie cutters but is actually just one (my fault for not reading properly) but means it isn't great valuePublished 9 months ago by Tessa Atkins