My first attempt at making a cookie cutter control handle is shown here. Recently, after more attempts to get a good quick impression of a cookie cutter profile and lettering in order to make a cold casting, I came to the conclusion that there is no quick easy way. The best way (IMHO) is to using Latex and this is how I did it, making a white cookie cutter using an original red cutter as the template. You need to paint several coats of latex on the cookie cutter top and sides allowing overnight drying between coats. Three or four coats makes it thick enough to hold its shape and to be able to be peeled off the template without splitting. Then, while it is still attached to the template push it into a pad of silicon bathroom sealant and allow to dry. I used the same casting process as before except that I mixed chopped white glass fibre strands into the resin for the reinforcement. I also crimped a washer onto the end of the control shaft to help 'key' into the resin, set up a support system for the shaft, and positioned it just above the surface of the mold, and poured the reinforced mix up to the top of the mold. An overnight cure gave a good casting, Then the lettering was filled in with a matching dark red acrylic paint, and when dry the surface was polished with Tee-cut.