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These Custom Cookie Cutters Turn Your Pets, Friends, and Pop Idols into Cookies

pet cookie cutters
Baker’s Street Cutters

The expression “cute enough to eat!” can get pretty literal if you invest in one of these custom cookie cutters modeled on your favorite pet, friend, or pop idol.

Let’s start with the cutest option. Baker’s Street Cutters specializes in a variety of cool cookie cutters, but their newest offering is cutters modeled to look like your pet. How does it work? You upload a photo of your cat or dog to the website, and they model and 3D print a cutter based on your pet’s adorable little face. The cutters are around 4″ wide and retail for $27—expect two weeks for your custom piece to arrive.

The shop, however, doesn’t just offer the pet versions of the kitchen tool. There are a plethora of cookie-cutter options for every interest. Music lovers can find two different versions of Queen’s Freddie Mercury as well as Ziggy Stardust himself—David Bowie. Then, customers can create other customizable versions of country, state, or other location-based cutters, personalized Christmas designs, and heart-shaped items containing names.

David Bowie cookie cutters
Baker’s Street Cutters

If you think the offerings are already exciting, there’s one more option to consider: Getting someone a cookie of their own face. Turns out that pets aren’t the only custom cookie Baker’s Street can make. You can also get your friend’s or family member’s face made into a mold. Because nothing says true love like eating someone’s face?

custom cookie cutters based on portraits
Baker’s Street Cutters

Whether you want to celebrate your furry friends, human friends, or pop idols with a sweet treat, it’s tough to go wrong with these adorable cookie cutters.

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Shea Simmons is the Assignments Editor at LifeSavvy. Previously, she worked as a freelance writer with a focus on beauty and lifestyle content. Her work has appeared in Bustle, Allure, and Hello Giggles. Read Full Bio »
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