WELCOME to the world of wooden molds
created by carver Gene Wilson"s hand
held carving tools including a router
NONE of the carving done by computer,
duplicating templates, or laser as in
common in many molds sold today
Over 100 designs of affordable molds for
shaping fancy GINGERBREAD figures,
SPEKULATIUS, Scottish SHORTBREAD
German-style SPRINGERLE COOKIES
This page was last updated: February 13, 2016
We sell Gene's original woodcarvings, NOT resin copies American Crafted - Old World Style - Universal Appeal
EXCLUSIVE cookie mold DESIGNS for shaping edible, folk-art picture cookies in your own kitchen!
Cookie Molds and Stamps
YOU CAN PRESERVE OR ESTABLISH a FAMILY TRADITION of Edible-Art PICTURE COOKIES...
12/10/2013 " Received your shipping - all is perfect. Thank you. I bet your work will be part
of our family's Christmas tables for generations to come." B. Obled, France
Basic Facts about HOBI Cookie Molds:
+ Basic products include  Cookie and Butter Stamps,  Springerle Molds,  Deep Cavity
Speculaas/Spekulatius and Gingerbread Molds, and  Hornbook Replicas.
+ In business since 1974 by self-employed owner Farrell Gene Wilson of Belleville, IL
+ Small business, no employees. All carving, web design, marketing and shipping by the owner.
+ At present, no wholesale of molds - nor carving of designs submitted by customers.
+ Sales limited to www.cookiemold.com, www.abcHornbooks.com
and to the annual Belleville Woodcarvers Art Show the first full weekend in November..
+ Molds of premium quality cherry and beech hardwoods, typically with a food-safe finish.
+ A booklet of kitchen-tested recipes & instructions is included with your order.and
a dozen recipes are included in this website for easy downloading!
I do it?
NO...Just 40+ years experience free-hand carving with a
Sue Moran's blog
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HOW TO ORDER
Our very large website is best viewed on a computer as it may be difficult to navigate with a mobile device!
Each mold is an original carving
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