Lace Wraps - Does Anyone Use Them ???

Decorating By NanaD Updated 3 Aug 2006 , 6:01am by ozcake

NanaD Posted 2 Aug 2006 , 1:09pm
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I would like to know if anyone uses lace wraps, lace molds. They look so pretty but they cost a fortune. If they are worth it, I want to buy a couple. What are the thoughts out there?

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NanaD Posted 2 Aug 2006 , 1:27pm
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Anyone???? I know someone has the answer.

peg818 Posted 2 Aug 2006 , 10:44pm
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i have a few of the lace pieces. My suggestion is to buy one and see if you like it, look for something that is veristile, a boarder type lace is what i use the most. I do have some that have cookie cutters to match and these i use alot when i need a unique fancy cookie that isn't available everywhere.

ozcake Posted 3 Aug 2006 , 4:44am
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I wanted to get a lace impression for my latest cake but I couldn't get a lace mould or impression rolling pin etc in my area and I didn't have time to order one from somewhere else so I bought some strips of lace from the haberdashery dept of a fabric shop. I specifically choose lace that was fairly textured and it came out pretty good and was pretty cheap to buy. I layed it on top of my fondant and gently rolled over it with my rolling pin and then cut around the scalloped edges with a knife.

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JanH Posted 3 Aug 2006 , 4:53am
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A fine example of necessity being the Mother of Invention!!!

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NanaD Posted 3 Aug 2006 , 5:15am
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I am interested in what you said about the cookie cutters to match. Where did you get them? Do you have a picture?

NanaD Posted 3 Aug 2006 , 5:16am
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WOOPS......Forgot to thank everyone for the replies. Thank you.

ozcake Posted 3 Aug 2006 , 6:01am
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Thanks JanH

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