We currently have two of these products that are imperfect. The first product is a clear-like stamp that has a cloudly center. This is only a visual imperfection and doesn't affect the performance of this product. Our second imperfect stamp has a slighly bloated but permanent stamping face. While this doesn't affect the design aspect of your cookie, it will offer a pronounced bow in the face of your stamped cookie dough. In your notes, tell us which you would want.
What We Love About This Product
With this Tribal Guam Seal Resin Cookie Cutter/Stamp, you can make beautiful and cultural 3.5 inch tribal Guam and CNMI-themed cookies as party favors, for family and friends.
How You Can Use This Product
Mix your favorite rosketti, peanut butter, or butter shortbread recipe. Roll out dough on a floured table, and stamp and cut your cookies, transfering them to a baking sheet ready for the baking process. Even use your favorite recipe and follow its directions. You may even choose to decorate each cookie with edible paint, colorful icing, or adding other unique embellishments.
What You Should Know About This Product:
This product makes 3.5 inch tall cookies, and is made from a resilient food safe and approved material by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This product comes with usage and care instructions, with a couple of cookie recipes, including Guam's favorite rosketti, and butter shortbread that work well with. Our production process may introduce random bubbles into the finished product. This is normal and doesn't affect the utility of this product.
This product contains: One (1) opaque colored 3.5 inch tall Tribal Guam Seal Cookie Cutter Stamp.
Food-safe and FDA approved material for kitchen use.
Cookie Cutter: 3 inches wide x 3.5 inches high x 1/4 inch thick w/flat back-side. It fits perfectly in the palm of your hands when stamping out these cute cookie shapes.
Note: Product comes with recipe, use, and care instructions.
Copyright notice: This design on this product is original art created and published by the Gerard Aflague Collection, copyright 2012. Any copying of this design is copyright protected.