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This is listing is for the STL file for the Brewster cookie cutter so that you can 3D print your own cookie cutter. This file is provided only for personal use, if you would like to use it commercially please email me with the contact form above.
The sizing is roughly 3inches wide by a little less than 4inches tall, and roughly .5in thick. The inner details are recessed by 1/4 of an inch to not cut all the way through the cookie and to provide good definition.
This listing is for the 3D file only, but the actual cutter can be purchased here.
Tests have been done with different doughs, and sugar cookie dough preforms better than sable cookie dough. That being said, here are some tips for great cookies:
Sugar Cookies - chill your dough very well before cutting and dust the surface heavily with flour while rolling to ensure the cutter comes off easily. Once you put the cookies on the sheet, put the sheet in the fridge for about 4-5minutes before putting them in the oven.
Sable Cookies - the dough gets very sticky very quickly in room temperature. A commercial kitchen with cold slabs is recommended. In order to get a good cut, we took a marble cutting board and put it in the freezer for thirty minutes, then floured the board and rolled the dough out on it. We then sprinkled the dough with granulated sugar, and patted the cutter in a bowl full of flour. Quickness is key, because as soon as the butter begins to re-melt it will stick in the grooves of the cutter. Work fast, then put the cookies in the fridge for 4-5minutes to refirm the dough.
This file is delivered immediately upon purchase to the email used at checkout.