I was just wondering if anyone has use bow cutters and would like to know how that worked. I seem some available and wanted to order them but wanted to know how that worked first. I am now good at making bows and anything helpful is needed ( fondant bow cutters)
OMG someone sells fondant bow cutters? WHY????
Hmmmmmm, I guess anyway they can make a buck.
What kind of bow do you want to create? There are types of several written directions out there. If ya need help, just PM me and I will walk ya through it or find ya some directions.
In my gallery there is a comunion cake made with the samll bow cutters from jem. I like them, they make a nice uniform bow for when you make more then one. but I don't think is necesary to buy them.
I made up a pattern of a medium sized bow (in the template gallery) which I used quite a lot but when I made my last purchase of cutters, I splurged and bought the JEM bow cutters. They are really not that expensive and I was already placing an order. When you have a lot to make it's so much easier using the cutter, and it gives me a much more cleaner cut. JMHO
Very pretty cake paolacaracas. But still ,unless I was making hundreds of bows, I would probably still make them by hand. I'm funny that way. I do pearls the same way, no pearl former for me.
I need to make 50 bow cupcake toppers and would like to know if I can use the jem bow cutter if so what size, or the strip cutter, if so what size. I would like them to be as uniform as possible. I has to sit upright on the cupcake with tails
I love the Jem bow cutters, especially when you have to make lots of the same size. Save so much time. I used them on this carousel cake that I made a couple of months ago.
WOW ! what a beautiful cake. I think that will be a good size which cutter did you use for that size bow?