St. Simon, the apostle (who shares tomorrow's October 28 feast with St. Jude) is often pictured with a saw in paintings or on statues. It is one of his chief symbols since he was said to have been martyred by being cut in half with a saw. As we recall this feast day of St. Simon the Zealot, sugar cookies decorated like saws are a good way to illustrate that symbol. Use the sugar cookie recipe of your choice or this one published in past at Catholic Cuisine which is the standard one I use.
This is the cookie cutter that was used.
I made a decorator frosting and tinted it brown and grey to replicate the colors of a saw.
Cookies are always a fun way to incorporate saint symbols. Enjoy.