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Old 12-14-2006, 02:24 PM   #1
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Need some help here...I want to make a cookie cutter from the Pontiac emblem. But what to use for the cutter? Need some ideas for materials around the house. I have the perfect size emblem that GM sent me in a advertising packet they sent me. What say ye?
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Feeler (shim) stock. It comes in 12" increments.
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Popsicle sticks?
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Almost not wide enough for the 3/8" thick cookie sheet(dough).
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how about taking apart a tape measurer and using the metal? If you have a butane torch, you could heat it up to form it.
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cut up a tin can and use it?
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a knife... each one customized
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Feeler (shim) stock. It comes in 12" increments.
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What? you don't have that around the house?!


I like the tin can idea. I think you could from a can into that shape pretty easily.
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Popsicle sticks?
Almost not wide enough for the 3/8" thick cookie sheet(dough).

Roll it to 1/4" then....

I also agree to the tin can idea.
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