I've seen a couple of Go Red dress cookie cutters online, but was unable to find one for sale. Based on that, I purchased an inexpensive plain dress from http://www.countrykitchensa.com and took a pair of smooth jeweler's pliers to it (to avoid scratching the tin and inviting rust) and reshaped until it matched the Go Red logo.
IMHO, AHA really should be producing these as they turn out as great favors and the logo is just wonderful for cookies, but given the amount of butter in the average cookie I can understand how they might not want the logo on something so blatantly unhealthy.
As always with red, care has to be taken in the coloring. Red is one of the most challenging colors I've found to try to get exactly right as it darkens so much as it dries and requires a ton of color to get a true hue.
A couple of thing I learned while creating this red:
1. Leave it a little orange. It's not going to be 'red' red when you lay down the color at first. Resist the urge to add more color, trust me you'll prefer an orangey-red to something almost black.
2. Don't thin your icing until after you've got the color you want. Red always seems to require more color than I think it should and even with a gel, after a while icing can start to get pretty thin.
3. Americolor Tulip Red is AWESOME. It's better than the no taste for not tasting and almost completely avoids the immediate bitterness of the traditional 'super red' or 'red red'. You can color to your hearts content without worrying too much about your final taste.
4. Don't be afraid of using multiple reds. This is a new one for me. I've always been an adherent of tulip red and was pretty upset when I ran out in the middle of coloring these because I've got to buy it online and was out of time for last minute purchases. I was worried but made do with what was on hand and I couldn't be more pleased with the red I got from the tulip and red red mix. It's got a great depth of color even if you can taste the red just a bit over the vanilla. A lot of people swear by a particular red, but I'm now a convert to a mixed approach.