What is This Cutter?

I stumbled across this cutter while checking out my mom's cutter stash. I didn't know what it was so I just forgot about it. I have come across this cutter twice since then. They were thrift store finds packaged with other cutters. Now I have to know what it could be. Apparently it was a common design since I have come across 3 in 6 months. Does anyone know what it could be?

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Like this...(except I would say she would be looking up without a pony tail...long hair)
Originally Posted by TheTailoredCookie:
I see it too!! Maybe it's a precious moment's little girl on her knees praying like you said? :/
Originally Posted by Delightful Bitefuls (Glenda):

I see a little girl facing to the right, on her knees praying.

 

 

When I saw this post yesterday I immediately thought of this cutter that I have. I've only had it a year or so and for the life of me I cannot figure out what it is. Obviously when I bought it, I just HAD to have it. Now I've turned it around and around for a few months and cannot figure it out. It's probably so simple. 

 

Can anyone help here?

 

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pip posted:

There's an I, heart for love, U cutter very similar to the JOY cutter. Does anybody know where it can be found? Can't find it with Google....

Glad I spotted this question! (Feel free to start a new forum topic next time, as this is a brand new question. Most people, unless they're already following this thread, probably will not see your question here, way down deep in this thread.)

But here's the link to the cutter I think you had in mind, from Copper Gifts: http://www.coppergifts.com/coo...I-Love-You-p3526.htm

Julia M. Usher posted:
pip posted:

There's an I, heart for love, U cutter very similar to the JOY cutter. Does anybody know where it can be found? Can't find it with Google....

Glad I spotted this question! (Feel free to start a new forum topic next time, as this is a brand new question. Most people, unless they're already following this thread, probably will not see your question here, way down deep in this thread.)

But here's the link to the cutter I think you had in mind, from Copper Gifts: http://www.coppergifts.com/coo...I-Love-You-p3526.htm

Thanks Julia.   

Could we open a new forum dedicated to finding a SPECIFIC cutter/cutters that may only be available in another country?  

pip posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:
pip posted:

There's an I, heart for love, U cutter very similar to the JOY cutter. Does anybody know where it can be found? Can't find it with Google....

Glad I spotted this question! (Feel free to start a new forum topic next time, as this is a brand new question. Most people, unless they're already following this thread, probably will not see your question here, way down deep in this thread.)

But here's the link to the cutter I think you had in mind, from Copper Gifts: http://www.coppergifts.com/coo...I-Love-You-p3526.htm

Thanks Julia.   

Could we open a new forum dedicated to finding a SPECIFIC cutter/cutters that may only be available in another country?  

I don't want to create another major forum category, as we have so many already and I believe such posts already fall logically under the "Suppliers" forum. (Here's the definition of that forum: "Know of a great sale, or of an awesome cookie cutter, wafer paper, or other cookie decorating supplier? Or don't, but need to find a particular item or brand in your area to complete your project? It's time to chat.") 

But I would encourage you to start a new topic(s) on the subject, under that forum. For instance, it would be the right spot for anyone (from anywhere) to post a topic that says something like "Hey, Help Me Find XYX Cutter in ABC Location". To start a forum topic within an existing forum, just go to "Post" in the upper right corner and select "Topic" and the forum under which you want to post (in this case, "Suppliers") and follow the prompts to add your question/topic.

Hope this helps.

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