For those of you that make your own dog cookies, you might want to try your hand at making a cookie cutter.
I used a type of copper that is alloyed with brass, so it was very springy, but it’s what I had on hand at the time. (The benefit of having parents that own a metal shop ) This why the straight parts of the cookie cutter are slightly rounded & that the ends didn’t properly glue together. Pure copper is much softer and behaves a lot better when you bend it.
If you want to buy metal stock to make your own cookie cutters, check your local hobby shop OR you can buy it here.
And if you loved this tutorial, check out my blog for a bunch of other pet related crafts! Need a dog coookie recipe to go with your spanky new cookie cutter? My website has about 200 free ones!!
Step 1: Tools and Materials
You will need; tin snips, round nose and chain nose pliers, 5 minute epoxy glue, any kind of string, sand paper, clothes pins, a round something or another for bending, copper stripping and a picture template of your choice. I got my picture from a free clip art website.