I am planning on making a cake for my sis-in-law's baby shower in a couple weeks that has the cute little clothesline in the sides I have seen in the galleries here.
I would love to have the set of little cutters for the clothes instead of having to cut them from fondant some other way.
I have been doing searches online, but so far have not some up with anything. Even Melvira was kind enough to look around for me.
So does anyone have these and remember where you got them or have seen them somewhere?
Thanks so much everyone!!
Found some here:
and here they have copper ones which are cute but a bit pricey!
they also have them at Off theBeaten Path (www.cookiecutter.com)
Try Globalsugarart.com I think cutters are JEM Cutters, Dress a Teddy Bear set. Hope this helps.
I have made the clothesline cake (you can see in my pics) I used the wilton people cutter set and just used a large round tip to cut out the bibs and larger neck holes...HTH.
Thank you, thank you, and thank you again!!!
That helps so very much!
Don't know what's up with me and my internet searching.
I'm off now to order!
You might find it's a bit easier than you think to freehand the clothes. I've made 2 clothesline shower cakes and it's not too hard to do. If you just sketch what you want to cut, you can cut it out make a template to cut around. Also, the circle cutters (small and medium) and good for making "bloomers" and bibs. Cutters can get expensive, so I try to make do without them unless I absolutely need them. They're a pretty specific specialty item that I didn't think I'd use often, so I opted for freehand.[/img]
The picture isn't too great, but hopefully you get the idea...
Good stuff Springflower!
Saved your sketches