Between that and my slight obsession with cookie cutters that may be apparent to my followers, how could I not fall in love with geeky cookie cutters?
The good people at Science Lab Cookie Cutters were kind enough to send me a set of their chemistry cutters - the set includes a beaker, a flask, a test tube, and an atom.
These cookie cutters are not small. They make big giant cookies. And they'll be perfect for sandwiches. I can't wait for the chance to use them.
|Mad Scientist enjoying an edible test tube! (She's actually quite nice, and not mad at all)|
|Another delicious flask!|
|Science-y me, with a beaker I'll eat, and a beaker that it wouldn't be a good idea to eat.|
|His name is Adam, and he's contemplating the atom.|
As always, I need a way to contact you. Anonymous commenters, with no contact information, cannot win. If I can't contact you, I can't send out your prize to you. Simple as that.
One comment per person, please. US entries only, please.
I will choose a winner, using Random.org, on Sunday, July 22nd, at 6 PM ish, EST.
Disclaimer:Science Lab Cookie Cutters sent me a set of their chemistry cookie cutters free of charge, and provided the prize I will send to the lucky winner, but I was in no other way compensated for this review. No scientists were harmed in the eating of these cookies.