This 3D printed Isle of Wight cookie cutter has been made out of food safe plastic. You can now create your own Isle of Wight shaped cookies for those special IOW moments. The famous outline of the Isle of Wight, as a cookie cutter, is a wonderful recognisable gift both for those who visit the island and those who live there.
Just roll out your cookie dough to around 6-8mm and press out your dough to leave a clean outline and accurate pattern on the top.
We try to be as efficient as possible which forces us to be flexible with what colours we use, so we can't guarantee what colour the cutter will be. This allows us to offer a shorter lead time and a bigger variety of cutters. If you want your cutter in a certain colour you can send us a message and we can try to meet your needs.
The cutter is around 140mm x 80mm x 12mm, if you require a different size we can sort out a custom size.
Wash in luke warm water. As PLA will start to deform at temperatures over 60C it is important that you do not use hot water and under no circumstances use a dishwasher.
Our shipping leadtime says 1-2 weeks, however we are usually able to have your order dispatched within 2 days.
We try to offer the fairest Delivery prices we can, when purchasing one item our prices are accurate, however when purchasing multiple items the additional item charge may not be suitable. If you want to order mutiple items and you feel the shipping price is too high we can review the price and hopefully pass on a saving to you.
Occasionally when purchasing multiple items the shipping total you pay may be higher than the total we paid the delivery company. It is quite hard for us to price the shipment of multiple items before we go ahead and arrange the delivery, which is after you have paid. If we notice your delivery price is too high we will offer a partial refund of the price. If we don't notice it but you do, give us a message and we can organise a partial refund.
We will use Royal Mail for all orders. Orders within the UK will be delivered using a standard second class service, a signed for service will be used on orders deemed large enough.
International orders will be delivered using the international standard service, this service estimates 7-10 days however it can sometimes take upwards of 10 days depending on your location.
If you do not recieve your order within 2 weeks of the original delivery date we can review the delivery and repost it if necessary.
The reason we do not use a tracked service for everything is down to cost. For example, it costs £3.15 for the cheapest International Standard service we use to the USA. To have the same parcel tracked costs over £8.
You can see our cancellation policy along with our refund information.
Returns & exchanges
Refunds cannot be offered as we make items to order. The only exception is if the item is damaged when delivered or not as described (including the use of a wrong colour).
If you simply just want a refund because you have changed your mind, message us as soon as you can. If we have not started printing we can cancel the order free of charge. If the print is complete but not dispatched we may offer a partial or full refund depending on the item, this is at our discretion.
All personalised items cannot be refunded once fully printed unless they will be sellable to someone else (for example if the item has your name and address on it).
3D printing is an amazing process, you can make almost anything with it within the limits of our printer. However, due to how the process works, the surface finish will always show layer marks, you can see this on all our models.
No part will ever be completely smooth, we feel this adds character.
As some models require support material when being built, there will sometimes be small pieces of extra plastic where this has been. We try to remove it all but sometimes we miss bits, this can be removed with pliers usually. If you can't remove it give us a message and we can help.
In order to reduce printing times and material costs, which results in lower prices for you the models we print are never usually completely solid. We usually print them with a % infill factor, so instead of the insides of models being solid they are usually a honeycomb structure which is strong. As a result, if you were to drill into most of our models you would find that only a few layers of plastic are solid.