I have made these cookie cutters when I had some extra time. I love the fact that once complete, I can experiment with any and all color combinations my heart desires. The "cookie" is made from polymer clay and the "frosting" is liquid Sculpey with oil paint. I bake the cookies multiple times so the multicolored frosted cookie colors don't run together. except for the leaves. I wanted to see how a "blaze" of color would work. I continue to design and slowly make these. I hope to have more by the end of the year.
These really test my patience. They are worth it though. I know that I have a unique design and it is just like making real cookies. The difference is I individually cut out about 100-150 cookies at a time. I leave the baked cookies on the tile the whole time I am frosting them. They stick on it, so it is much easier to frost them that way. Then when done, I scrape off any extra "cookie dough" and pop them off the tile.
You can see scans I made of my cookie cutters and examples of baked/frosted cookies. Each has a little note indicating the approximate date I made them. I couldn't believe how long I have been doing this and how fast the time has gone. I hope you enjoy them. Please note that the cookie cutters will look backwards from the finished cookie. Just like a real cookie cutter, when used, it would be turned around. The other sides of my cookie cutters look like distorted versions of the side I use. They are about .5" deep. These were meant to be functional for me.