First Impression Mold Confusion

Decorating By jl5949 Updated 15 Apr 2009 , 2:46am by tonedna

jl5949 Posted 15 Apr 2009 , 1:56am
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Hello, this may sound silly but I need to buy molds for seashells. I saw the first impression molds and they look great. The question is, are they three dimensional and if they are, how do they work are they open in the back? Do the molds really come out with as much details as the molds... any feedback on these molds would be great

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Bluehue Posted 15 Apr 2009 , 2:13am
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Originally Posted by jl5949

Hello, Hi jl5949

this may sound silly but I need to buy molds for seashells. I saw the first impression molds and they look great. The question is, are they three dimensional yes they are...and if they are, how do they work are they open in the back? Thats correct. Do the molds really come out with as much details as the molds... Yes they do - just prepare your Fondant or whatever medium you are using and gently push into every crease and area of the mold...smooth the top off and if you wish pop in the fridge for 5 or so minutes and then when ready to turn them out, just ease the sides away from the medium and *pop* out they come. On some occassion i have had to some a little *minute* lubricante with either baking spray or shortening - moreso for the really detailed molds. Some peole dust their molds with cornflour - but i prefer to use the method above. Once you have used them you will be happy that you have spent the money on First Impressions - they are the best molds i have ever used - when finished just wash in mild kitchen detergent - rinse well - wipe and leave to air -
Look forward to seeing what you create with them.
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any feedback on these molds would be great


jl5949 Posted 15 Apr 2009 , 2:33am
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Thank you for the info!

tonedna Posted 15 Apr 2009 , 2:46am
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Yes.. all the ones that has a lot of details in this photo is from the impression molds collection. They are awesome..
Edna
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