Inexpensive Wilton Holiday Cookie Cutters, Set of 9


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  • Candy cane, gingerbread girl, stocking, angel, star, bell, snowman, tree and gingerbread boy
  • Each approx 3 to 3 3/4 in
  • Colored Aluminum
  • hand wash in hot, soapy water; rinse and dry


Put variety in your cookie-making with fun Christmas multi-shape sets. There are styles to please everyone.

Episode #089: Larry Little, co-founder of Aunt Holly’s Copper Cookie Cutters with his wife Holly, describes his experiences working with artist Allan McCollum on the “Shapes from Maine” (2009) exhibition at Friedrich Petzel Gallery in New York. Little describes the origins of his home business in Trescott, Maine, the process he developed for making cookie cutters by hand, and his working relationship with McCollum. Applying strategies of mass production to hand-made objects, Allan McCollum’s labor-intensive practice questions the intrinsic value of the unique work of art. McCollum’s installations—fields of vast numbers of small-scale works, systematically arranged—are the product of many tiny gestures, built up over time. Viewing his work often produces a sublime effect as one slowly realizes that the dizzying array of thousands of identical-looking shapes is, in fact, comprised of subtly different, distinct things. Engaging assistants, scientists, and local craftspeople in his process, McCollum embraces a collaborative and democratic form of creativity. Learn more about Allan McCollum: www.art21.org VIDEO | Producer: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Interview: Susan Dowling. Camera: Richard Kane & Joel Shapiro. Sound: Kenny Weinberg. Editor: Lizzie Donahue & Paulo Padilha. Artwork Courtesy: Allan McCollum. Thanks: Holly & Larry Little.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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