I love baking, especially in the winter. I am usually too lazy to do drop or cut-out cookies, but I might make an exception if I had cookie cutters like these from Printmeneer. (As always, click on the image to go to that product's shop page.)
They're made in the Netherlands, on a hand-built 3D printer that's run on solar power. Pretty neato.
My favorite might be the tangram, so you can play with your food! There are a bunch of geometric cutters that can fit together, too, if you want to try making a 3D cookie assembly.
They aren't super cheap, and you have to hand-wash them. But just look at how cool they are! You can even get a letter set in Helvetica font (of the letters in "helvetica" so you can spell tea, live, velvet, cat, hella, chat...).
I'm Debbie Way, an artist and writer who enjoys making things.