Brooding, bad ass and now.... Delicious. Okay... Well-- he was delicious before, but now he's a cookie. ...I digress.
This is a Dean Winchester cookie cutter.
It is printed in ABS plastic. I cannot guarantee that it will come in the color shown, most likely it will come in whatever color is loaded into the printer at the time.
FAQ: "What kind of dough should I use?" FOR ALL COOKIE NOOBS. Dough spreads when it bakes. Unless you use a recipe for cookies that won't spread (google it, there are some great ones) your cookies will look like blob versions of whatever cutter you use.
I highly recommend using chilled dough (NOT FROZEN) and some flour on your cutters to reduce sticking. This is especially helpful for highly detailed cutters.
We do not accept returns, but if your order is incorrect please contact us immediately and we will see what we can do.
Don't see your country on our shipping profiles? Just ask us, and we will probably ship to you :) Does a cutter take too long to get to you? Message me! I can usually get them out faster if you ask! "Did you ship it to the wrong address?" We purchase and print our shipping labels directly from Etsy, which means whatever address you have on file with Etsy is automatically the one we ship to.
Returns & exchanges
If your cutter is damaged when you get it, let us know so we can replace it!! If your order is incorrect, contact us when you get it and we will make sure you get the correct cutter!! I will not accept refunds because you are unhappy with the size!! Used items will not be accepted for returns/refunds!!! If you change your mind after you order but before you receive the package, DO NOT OPEN THE PACKAGE WHEN YOU RECIEVE IT. Return it to sender through the post office. There won't be any additional postage and we will refund you 100%! But if you open it there will be additional postage due when it is returned to us and it will be deducted from your refund.
---WHY IS MY CUSTOM COOKIE CUTTER SO EXPENSIVE? Typically cookie cutters run between $3-$7 if you buy them from somewhere like Walmart or Hobby lobby. But if you want a specialized cookie cutter, we have to design it from scratch. It has to go from a concept, to a line drawing, to a 3D model before it even touches our printer. That takes design time and materials. The more intricate the design, the higher design cost. After that you pay for materials, machine time, & shipping. If you pick a basic outline cutter, you're paying less because it takes less design time, less materials & less print time. And finally chances are that we can't resell your design to anyone else. So that's why custom cookie cutters can be pricey.
---WHAT COOKIE DOUGH DO I USE? Dough spreads when it bakes. Unless you use a recipe for cookies that won't spread, your cookies will look like blob versions of whatever cutter you use. My personal favorite recipe is NO FAIL SUGAR COOKIES on cakecentral.com I highly recommend using these cutters on chilled dough (not frozen!!!) and use some flour on your cutter to reduce sticking. This can be helpful with highly detailed cutters.