After rolling your dough out to the desired thickness, you get to cut shapes. My son loved this part of the process, but me, not so much. I’m glad I tried cute shapes once, because, frankly, the crackers turned out adorable. Still after all that work of cutting tiny shapes, I was beat. Thus, I decided to simply roll out the dough and slice squares in it with a pizza cutter from now on (much quicker). If you want to cut shapes, use the smallest cookie cutters you can find and dip the cutters in flour so that your dough doesn’t stick.
After cutting your shapes or squares, transfer the crackers to a prepared cookie sheet. You should line your sheets with a reusable baking liner or eco-friendly parchment. I was out of parchment so I used foil, which didn’t work as well. Poke tiny holes in your crackers to combat bubbles and overly puffy crackers.