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Spiderman Spider 266-B525 Cookie Cutter

Rated 3.00 out of 5 based on 16 customer ratings
(16 customer reviews)

$3.00$43.35

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Description

**This design will be difficult to use in all sizes due to the legs being extremely narrow (even more so on smaller sizes). You will need to roll out your fondant really thin to work with this design**

Our Spiderman Spider 266-B525 Cookie Cutter is primarily made to cut fondant to decorate treats such as cookies, cupcakes, cakes, rice krispie treats, sandwich cookies, cake pops, chocolate dipped strawberries, candy apples, and chocolate covered marshmallows. Certain cookie cutters can also be used to cut cookie dough, fruit or sandwich bread. Please contact us if you are uncertain if this product will work for your purposes.

 

All cookie cutters are made with a quality 3D printer using biodegradable PLA plastic at the time of order and have an approximate depth of 1/2 an inch. Most cookie cutters will be red, however color may vary.

 

The sizes listed pertain to the approximate height (top to bottom) or length (left to right) of the cookie cutter. The 4 inch size is displayed. All other sizes are directly proportional to this size. Please see the product image(s) above for appropriate measuring angle. The cookie cutter will come as shown next to the completed design example in the picture(s) above.

 

These items are NOT dishwasher safe. HAND WASH ONLY WITH COLD WATER AND DRY IMMEDIATELY AFTER. Prolonged exposure to moisture and direct heat/sunlight should be avoided.

 

Our products are MADE TO ORDER and typically take between 24-72 hours to process. Please note this time is subject to our amount of currently processing orders, availability of materials, holidays, and any changes made after purchase.

 

All United States orders will be shipped via the USPS (United States Postal Service). All international orders will be shipped via the USPS or UPS Mail Innovations. Since NONE of these services guarantee their ship times, neither can we. Purchasing does NOT guarantee it will get to you in time and it does NOT come with a money-back guarantee. PLEASE SEE OUR SHIPPING POLICY FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 

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16 reviews for Spiderman Spider 266-B525 Cookie Cutter

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    ileana

    I love this cookie cutter.i used it for my fondant spiderman cake, every body wanted to know how long it took me to cut the spiderman spider when I told them seconds because I used a spider cutter they couldn’t believe it so I thank you very much… I have a few of your cutter and I love all of them!!! I can’t thank you enough for making my life easier and decorating faster. I know its a cookie cutter but its great for fondant or gum paste design

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    ajwhaley (verified owner)

    I used the spider cutter for my Spiderman cake. The addition of the spider took my cake to another level. Amazing!

  3. Rated 2 out of 5

    Jenn

    i ordered the 2 inch cutter and unfortunately the legs are so small it is very difficult to use. I would suggest this cutter in a larger size as every other cutter I have ordered from JB Cookie Cutters I love.

  4. Rated 1 out of 5

    Ana Mary (verified owner)

    I too ordered the 2 inch cutter HORRIBLE to work with. Frankly gave up on it. Legs
    simply to narrow to work. Thought I’d get 100 cupcake toppers done quicker with this cutter
    but sadly not happening. I do love all my other JB cutters…this one just a no go.

  5. Rated 1 out of 5

    Lu

    I had the 3 inch. Legs way to hard to get out of there….Sorry, I love all other cutters I have gotten, but not this one.

  6. Rated 1 out of 5

    Shavonne

    Way to hard to get the legs out without them ripping. All my other cutters have been excellent though

  7. Rated 1 out of 5

    Marie

    Terrible cutter. Legs too small to get out with out breaking. I have the 5 1/2 inch. I purposely ordered the bigger one after reading the reviews on the smaller one thinking this one would be better, bit unfortunately it isn’t. All the other cutters I ordered are awesome!

  8. Rated 4 out of 5

    memona khalid

    I liked the cutter. The legs are a little difficult if you try and take it out right away. I left the fondant in it for a few minutes and then gently pushed it out with a thin needle tool. Came out perfectly

  9. Rated 1 out of 5

    PEGGY (verified owner)

    I bought the 2″ cutter and it was a pain to get it out, my fondant was rolled super thin and I had to reshape the legs once I did get it out of the mold. If the legs were a tad wider it might just work. I do love the other cutters that I have bought so far.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Carol Higgins (verified owner)

    I bought that 5.5 inch to use with fondant. I cut 3 and used the best of the group. The leg broke off on 2 as I was removing them from the cutter, but you can’t tell… it looks awesome sitting on the cake! As others have mentioned, I wish the legs were a tad wider. I would have loved to use the smallest one for cupcakes, but I’ll take the advice before me and stick to my 5.5 inch.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    LAUREN RULESTEAD (verified owner)

    I love this cutter!!!! It is better to use corn starch with it then crisco or another kind of lard. Leg are very thin and small but still manageable.

  12. Rated 4 out of 5

    Carol Higgins (verified owner)

    I purchased the 5.5″ and I wouldn’t go any smaller than that. The trick with this cutter (using fondant) is to let it sit for a few minutes before attempting to take it out. The fondant needs to harden a bit. Also slide the cutter around in some powdered sugar before cutting. After you cut, flip it over and use your fingers to rub off excess fondant… some parts you may need a toothpick to do this as it gets into tiny spaces. Then let it sit for a good 5 minute. Then while holding it close to the table, use a dry paintbrush to push out the tiny leg ends first. Then the body.

    I cut 3 and two came out perfectly. You have to position the legs properly (as per the logo) and let the air dry so they harden. Otherwise when you place it on the cake, the legs won’t be symmetrical. But while trying to place it on the cake, a leg broke. Glad I made the extras, because they came in handy. I just used a leg from one of those and it fit seamlessly.

    I also dusted mine with black food dust before putting it onto the cake. Viola!

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    Linda, Little Hunnys Cakery

    I have this cutter in 2 different sizes. For the small one- I make an impression with the cutter and then I just trace right over with an xacto knife. Works perfectly every time!!

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dee-Dee (verified owner)

    This cutter was a tad tricky but i let the fondant harden a bit and i dusted the cutter in cornstarch and VOILA…Worked like a charm!

  15. Rated 2 out of 5

    Iretha Hunt (verified owner)

    I purchased 3″ – Legs hard to get out. I tried putting I freezer about 5 minutes, helped a little but still not the best.

  16. Rated 1 out of 5

    strawberriesandmore (verified owner)

    I purchased this cutter for a topper for pretzels for a Spider-Man themed birthday party, I bought the 2″ cutter and it was very difficult to get the legs not to detach . I tried from thicker fondant to thinner with dusting my cutter and no dice. I simply gave up. I’d like to return it as I will probably never use it again. But, I do have to say the quality of all other stuff I have purchased from JB Cookie Cutters is superb!!

    • kimberly souvanvixay

      Hi. For the spider-man spider it is a bit diffucult to work with especially the 2 inch size because the leg are so thin. Here is what one of our customer suggested:

      “The trick with this cutter (using fondant) is to let it sit for a few minutes before attempting to take it out. The fondant needs to harden a bit. Also slide the cutter around in some powdered sugar before cutting. After you cut, flip it over and use your fingers to rub off excess fondant… some parts you may need a toothpick to do this as it gets into tiny spaces. Then let it sit for a good 5 minute. Then while holding it close to the table, use a dry paintbrush to push out the tiny leg ends first. Then the body.”

      I hope this helps.

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