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GIFT IDEAS
HOBI COOKIE MOLDS
"LAST CHANCE" Sale of Discontinued Carvings
This page features"W" web-only carvings [not in catalog] and "X"  clearance items. 
These items are often one-of-a-kind and NOT LISTED on our "Current Availability" webpage
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​Springerle
Paddle
10 x 2"
Cherry
​#X-PA
$24.
5 available
X-1  Framed 4 Pix Springeerle
4 x 4"  Beech $32.  Dated 2011
​2 Available in Beech
X-3  Framed 4 Pix Springerle
4 x 4" 4 x 4 Poplar $32.  
Dated 2017        6 Available in Poplar
For Beech, order # 35 @ $49.
#X-BCB GINBERBRREAD BOY  
CUTTING
BOARD
9.5" high
hard maple
$15. 

2 avail.
#X-PW
 PINEAPPLE 
​HOSPITALITY PLAQUE










13.5" high, hard maple
$30. 1 avail

#X-PO - PINEAPPLE ONLY
11" high, hard maple
$15. 1 avail

#X-CB - Cat 
​Hard Maple
Cutting Board

1 available
11" tall

$22.

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only to USA
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First Quality Two-Color Cherry Molds & More @ Reduced Price
#TC-3
Thistle Shortbread Mold
Reduced to $40.
1 available
#TC-82    12" SinterKlaus Mold
Minor black area  in carved wood
 area of the beard
Reduced to $108.
#X-87 Small Rocking Horse
Reduced to $28.
Cherry wood is often two-color but typically we utilize only wood of a uniform color for our molds. Whereas the "decorative value" of a two-color mold may be less for some customers, it does not take anything away from the mold's function in the hands of a cookie baker.  Save 10-15% on the one-of-a-kind molds shown here.
             Discontinued Designs @ 10-30% OFF
#W-22 
< Nanny Goat 
4 x 2.75" 
Hardwood 

was $26.
​now $21.
5 avail.
#W-808 

< NATIVITY
4 x 3" 
Cherry

was $32. 
now  $23.
6 avail.
X-12 Celtic Knot
2.5 x 2.5"  $16.
12 available
#W-203  
Sheriff
3.5 x 2.5"
was $25.
now 
$22.
5 avail.
  #W-24 O Tannenbaum Christmas Tree
           4.5 x 3"  Beech  was $34.  now 32.
6 available

Note the lighted candles    
and the star - these 
  molds create embossed 
  "Christmas card" cookies 
  which say much more 
  than "Happy Holidays!"
X-SS  1.75 x 5" Santa and Sleigh  
Discontinued design  $15.
4 avail.
Cookie Bar Stampers
<  Designs A - E
1.1 x 5"
Order by Letter $12. each










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Cookie Bar Stampers
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1.1 x 5"
Order by Letter $9. each
Cookie Bar Stampers
WORDS # 1 - 16​
1.1 x 5"
Order by Number    $7.00  each
AVAILABILITY OF THESE BAR SHAPED STAMPERS FOR IMPRINTING 
"DUNKING COOKIES"
 IS LIMITED. Including acceptable second choice is appreciated.
X-13 Yarn Cat  $17.
2.5 x 2.5"
4 available
#93-2 - 11 x 8.5"  x 3/4" Cherry  $168
#W-20  ​Penn-Dutch Distilfinks
2.5 x 3.5" Hardwood  $24.
3 available
#W-8  
Nativity
3.5 x 2.5"
was $25.
now 
$22.
​9 avail.
To avoid disappointment, reserve items by e-mailing Gene and getting confirmation.
#W-59  Turkey 
2.75" Stamp 
was $28.  
now  $ 25.
8 available
Only one (1) of each size of St. George and Dragon remain!
X-2  Framed 4 Pix 
4 x 4" Poplar $28. 11 available
Saint George and the Dragon
#93-1 - 9 x 7 x 3/4" Cherry  $148.
Many claim Saint George as their 
Patron - most famously England.
​The "Triumph of Good over Evil" 
legend of Saint George 
and the Dragon was brought 
back with the Crusaders.
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Our hand carved molds are sold at production cost on this site as the cost would more than double if retailed through a dealer.  Ever wonder how the prices of our carvings are determined? Here's an example:  #121 - Set of TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS
The time required for carving of the six birds and golden rings @ $20 each = $140. Time for carving of the five figures @ $30. each = $150.  $60.                         
[$5.for each of the 12 presses] for wood, tracing, finishing, drilling hanging hole and signing.  Total production cost + 140 + 150 + 60 = $350.
Visitors of our website have commented that they often see a negative (mold) image when looking at a positive (cookie) image... and vice versa.  The eyes and brain are easily confused by such images and shadows as Gene learned on his first flight over the family farm in 1949.  His eyes saw a "bomb crater" but his brain realized it was only a large haystack!
#X-3
#TC-82