Hallmark had been producing cookie cutters since the 1960's . In the early 1970's they greatly increased production. These products were colorful and well made. All of these cookie cutters are Vintage and in Very Good to Excellent Condition.See description for any flaws. Some can be identified but all were made in the 70s, 80s or 90s. in Hard or Soft plastic with detailed designs. They are also called imprint cookie cutters as they leave the design in the cookie dough. Decorating them add to their appeal as special and festive cookies.
H=Hard Plastic, S=Soft plastic, E=Eyelet, EX= Excellent, VG=Very Good Condition,
CARE OF PLASTIC COOKIE CUTTERS.
Do Not put plastic cookie cutters in the dishwasher. Always wash by hand in a mild soap. You can use a soft brush, such as an old toothbrush, to remove dough. Rinse in cool water and air dry. Wrap them separately in something soft, not scratchy, like plastic or bubble wrap and store in a box or large zip lock plastic bag. With care they may last a lifetime and become family heirlooms.
Eyelet, triangle hanger. Round tab $1.20. Neck band and holly make design in cookies. Holly drawings all around the rim of the cutter. H. E. Red. 5" tall not including hanger. 3 3/4" wide. 3/4" deep. Elaborate Cookie cutter in EX Condition.