I was going to send it straight to the trash bin, but thought I might as well share this first: -
If you are battling to get cookie dough out of narrow spaces in a cookie cutter, a fondant ball/ bone tall is a great help. As you lift the cutter away from the cookie dough, gently press down the dough that is wanting to stay in the narrow part of the cutter. That should prevent this area from breaking off.
And if you don't have fondant tools, then any slim blunt-ended instrument will do - the non-business end of a pencil or paintbrush, for example.
Is there anyone on this planet that benefitted from that "tidbit", or was I just justifying the photo I took and explaining something totally obvious?!?