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Another great new book, just out:
“Run, Run As Fast You Can…” by members Pam and Greg Nelson is a book wholly dedicated to identifying the contemporary, (1920s to present,) gingerbread man cookie cutter and his extended family. With over 1,200 full color photographs, along with data boxes containing descriptive data on each of the hundreds of cutters depicted, this book is crammed full of useful identifying information and printed professionally. A resource book, soft cover and spiral bound. 

Club members:  $25.00 +$5.00 for shipping ($30.00)
Non-members: $30.00 +$5.00 for shipping  ($35.00)
Order from: 
Pam and Greg Nelson 7741 Curry Road Fallon, NV  89406 or  pgwnn@phonewave.net

The CCCC has published one book by our members that is currently available.

Wilton Book of Cookie Cutters
by Lee Stephenson
Includes: Postage
Send check or money order to:
Joyce Moorhouse
2763 310th St.
Cannon Falls, MN 55009

SORRY A Guide to Hallmark Cookie Cutters is sold out and should be considered Out of Print as of February 2000.


Member Paula Mullins, 502-839-4929, began supplying a special cookie cutter for National Cookie Cutter Week, Dec. 1st - 7th, in 1997. The first year, "Grinch" was the cutter she offered on a first come/first serve basis for $5 each including postage to 200 lucky recipients. 1998's cutter was a ladybug with a darling legend. (She still has a few of these cutters left for sale). But WHAT is 1999's outrageous cutter? If you knew Paula like we know Paula, you will be chuckling about this one for a long time! She still also has a few of these left for sale. Have you guessed what it is yet? Do you remember the songs from the 1960's? It's a character (just like Paula!) from one of the "Outer Space" songs. It's the Flying Purple People Eater!

For info about National Cookie Cutter Week, contact:
Heart of America CCC
c/o Lyn Linder
113 West Park
Pittsburg KS 66762
Deadline for ordering each year's cutter is August 1.  Cutters are mailed to be received during the first week in December.

this page last updated 8/5/08

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