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    Score! Copper cookie cutters at flea market..

    So thrilled my brother and his wife picked up six gorgeous large copper cookie cutters (basic shapes) for $7. They are thick and very well made. I offered to pay for them, but he said to just pay for them with a batch of cookies, lol. Wanted to share my excitement!

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    nice find!

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    Wow! That's great!
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    It was your lucky day!!

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    LOL, I have friends that tell me when they see cookie cutters they wonder if I have that one. I always so buy it! I will take anything! Congrats!

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    Awesome? Do u have a big cutter collection?

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    Thanks everyone! Janine, I have about 200 cutters. The ones my brother found were variations on I already have (angel, heart, tree, stocking, pumpkin, leaf). I really like them because of the size and they are beautifully made. I can't wait to use them!

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    Score! I'm a little bit jealous :-) I love finding a good haul like that - picking is limited in Anchorage.

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