Fun Cookie Cutter Lets You Bite Out Quirky Hairstyles On Your Cookies – Design You Trust

Fun Cookie Cutter Lets You Bite Out Quirky Hairstyles On Your Cookies


It is hard to make eating cookies more fun than it already is, but the ‘Hairdo Cookie Cutter’ has done just that. This amusing cookie cutter lets you bake cookies in the shape of a girl with really big hair, which is just waiting to be styled.

h/t: designtaxi


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