Bunny Ear Cake Topper Cookie Cutter STL File for 3D Printing
Bunny Ear Cake Topper Cookie Cutter STL File for printing your own cookie cutter. Please note, this is just one ear, the leaves and florals are not included. You can use the same cutter for both ears by flipping one cut cookie before baking to get the set of two ears. THIS IS NOT A PHYSICAL COOKIE CUTTER. You must have a 3D Printer for this purchase. After your purchase goes through you will receive an email to download your STL File.
All sizes are approximate, the software measures the longest side of the drawing to create the cutter so a 4 Inch cutter in this shape may not seem like the same size as a 4 inch cutter in another shape. If you would like a size that is not listed, please let me know.
This STL file is for a basic cookie cutter, they are not the same ones that you would purchase through The Cookery. The handles are basic and there is not any sort of identifying labeling or numbering on the side of the cutter. These are the cutters I use in my kitchen. This is not a physical product, after purchase you will receive a download link via email. You must own a 3D Printer to create the cookie cutter with the STL file. The files are all in working order, unfortunately I am unable to troubleshoot printer issues that may be encountered while printing the cookie cutter.
PERSONAL USE ONLY. One purchase should result in only one physical printed cookie cutter for your own personal use. The file is not to be shared, distributed or sold. Printing multiple cutters and sharing them with others is not permitted. Mass producing and/or selling the physical cutter created with this file is prohibited. This file is meant to be used only one time to create one cookie cutter for personal use. No physical item will be shipped. Due to the nature of the product, there are no refunds on STL Purchases.
All Rights are reserved to Melissa Matthews. This STL was designed and the cookie decorated by Melissa of @themillerswifecustomcookies. Design cannot be duplicated without explicit permission by the designer