Nov 19, 2015 | By Tess

Since its beginnings 3D printing technology has been about customization and personalization – from homeware designs, to medical prosthetics, to fashion, to toys, it seemed almost everything was becoming customizable. Now, one more thing can be added to that list: cookies! Yes, that’s right. You can now make cookies that look just like your face!

Kriszti Bozzai, the owner of Copypastry and the name behind the custom selfie cookies, is making and selling cookies cutters that can look just like you on her Etsy page.

Essentially, Bozzai and her team of graphic designers are able to create a graphic image based off of a photograph sent in by the customer, which is then turned into a 3D design of a cookie cutter. From there, the file is sent to a 3D printer, which additively manufactures the personalized cookie cutter.

As the cookie cutters are 3D printed out of a PLA material, Copypastry advise handwashing them. Each customized cookie cutter measures approximately 100mm x 100mm x 9mm and can be made from a wide range of colors (there are 14 color options listed on their Etsy page).

Excitingly, not only can you have your own face turned into a cookie cutter, but you can also opt to have your pet’s face, any silhouette, a couple’s portrait or even a logo 3D printed into a cookie cutter.

The cost of the custom cookie cutters ranges from $38.59 for a logo design to $71.67 for a couple’s portrait, and as the products are being made in Budapest, Hungary shipping costs will apply.

As can be seen in the photos, the cookies made from Copypastry’s custom cookie cutters do bear an unmistakeable likeness to the people about to eat them – if you want to join in the fun of eating your own face as a cookie, or your pet’s face as a cookie, or even your uncle’s face as a cookie, check out Copypastry’s products and work.



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