I don't know about you, but when I was growing up we always made cookies at Christmas, and we always used those red plastic cookie cutters in the shapes of Santa, ornaments, reindeer, trees, angels, etc. Who knew they made those same type of cookie cutters for Disney characters?
This Alice on her original card was made by the Domar Plastic Corporation of Oklahoma City. She is one of a set of four cutters that includes the Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit, and the Cheshire Cat. These cookie cutters are pretty damn rare, although there was a small find on them in the early 1990s, but only Alice, Mad Hatter and White Rabbit were in the find.
The art on the card is pretty cool, I cleaned it up a bit with my limited Photoshop skills.
The back of the card lists all the other cookie cutters you could buy, and gave a recipe for 'life-like' cookie dough that supposedly works well for these cutters, like I'm going to use them. I once had a life scarring mishap with a set of Tom and Jerry cutters I had purchased as a gift for a friend. Word to the wise: do not put these in a dishwasher!