Daniel Tiger holding number 2 cookie cutter. Second year birthday cookies for your two year old. For 2nd year birthday parties, Play-Doh

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$7.99
+ $2.55 shipping
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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
Arrives from the United States

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Handmade
Made in Tucson, Arizona

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Daniel Tiger holding the number 2. Great for your toddler's 2nd year birthday party. This is a pretty big cookie cutter. It can also be used to make a template for a cake topper for their second year party, or just having fun playing with Play-Doh or any soft clay. You could probably use it for cutting fondant, but it would have to be pretty thick for the details to come through.

4 x 3 3/4 inches. 10mm deep.

Made from sturdy ABS dishwasher safe plastic. You could hand wash, but it can be hard to get all the dough out of the details by hand.

Color may vary.



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    (12)
    Very fast delivery! Thank you!
    Sep 24, 2017 by Amy Holt
    Mar 14, 2017 by Marlene Amador
    My cookie came out wonderful, wish i knew how to post a photo of them!
    Nov 11, 2016 by mlmillermiller1
    These turned out great.
    Oct 25, 2016 by Michelle Francis
    Personally, I consider myself to be a good baker but I could not get the recommended recipe to work with this and the trolley cookie cutter (tried multiple batches!). I wound up having a bakery make them for me because I was so invested in having the cookies for my son's party. The seller was able to make me a custom cookie cutter with Daniel and the number 3, which I really appreciated. It was very cute - I wish I was able to make them myself though. There is a lot of small details that made it both difficult and adorable!
    Jun 28, 2016 by Emily

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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
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Items may have a processing time listed, like 1-2 business days, for example. This doesn't guarantee an item will require that much time, nor does it guarantee an item will ship exactly within that range. The shipment of items is dependent on where it lands in the development queue, which is decided on a first come basis. While typically you will be safe as you order since we are rarely behind schedule, it also means you may want to avoid waiting until the last minute to purchase for a birthday party. Please ensure you have plenty of time for development and shipping, and leave some room for a test batch. Few people just pick up detailed cutters and master them. It takes patience, which you will have much more of if you order ahead of time and factor in shipping time. USPS first class tends to be 3 - 5 days.

In general we do not ship outside the USA, but you are welcome to ask. USPS international small package is bizarrely expensive at about $14. It has no outside tracking and no guarantee it will get to you. Therefore, if you live outside the USA, please purchase at your own risk! We will not refund misplaced, undelivered, lost, or stolen foreign orders as we have no way to track the items and no way to identify what could have happened.

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Our products are made to order and take a lot of time to prepare, build, package and send. They tend to be items related to cooking, which means we can not resell them if you are dissatisfied. We don't officially support a refund policy, but you are welcome to ask based on your case. Refunds will not be issued for cases where the buyer clearly did not read the item description, or cases where the buyer entered the wrong address to deliver to when ordering and was unable to send the correct address before the item shipped. Refunds approved will be less the shipping costs, which represent the cost of the USPS service, which we are not affiliated with, and in general is otherwise set to cover materials and time. If you have questions or concerns, please contact us before purchasing. We guarantee our products as they're described. We don't guarantee the buyer will know how to use them, or that third party products will work with them (like store bought cookie dough which may be stickier than home made dough).

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Are you wondering if our cookie cutters will work on store bought dough? The answer is "maybe." We use our own recipe internally, which can be found here: https://www.things4thinkers.com/blog/non-sticky-cookie-dough-recipe/ but we cannot make the claim that we've tried every store bought option out there and cannot advise you on whether or not your favorite product or recipe will work well with cookie cutters that have many intricate details. Consider that every craft takes time to master, so be ready to make a couple test batches to figure out a technique that works for you.

Our cookie cutters will not chop through a sandwich. But they will chop through a single slice of bread and generally the individual contents of a sandwich. So you could technically make a sandwich from our cutters. It would be small, and none of the details would show, but you could do it if you had the patience to chop each ingredient out individually.

Our cookie cutters may or may not cut through rice crispy treats. It depends on how thick you made them and whether or not they have hardened. If you want to try, we suggest rolling the treats thin and cutting immediately after setting. Cut when they're soft and be ready to use the cookie cutter more as an outline that you may have to finish cutting with a knife.