which petal veiners do you recommend for veining flowers? do you have a preference?
I Just thought I would get you a bump. I use one at work but have no idea who makes it.
I LOVE First Impressions Molds petal veiners. Nicholas Lodge designed them and while they are a little spendy, they are well worth it. They are made from the actual flowers and leaves. www. firstimpressionsmolds. com
Jennifer Dontz also sells some fantastic ones. www. sugardelites. com
I have not yet ordered from Scott Clark Wooley, but he does have a BUNCH of stuff at great prices. I sent him a question the other day about what veiners to use for the Bird of Paradise flower, and he answered very promptly. I didn't order from him because I looked in a bag of stuff I had bought at the Austin Cake Show a couple of months ago and discovered with great joy that I had purchased the cutters and veiners for that flower from Nick.
Depending on the type of petal you are making (eg larger lilies), you can get a great effect using carn husks too!
OOOPS!! CORN husks, not carn husks (whatever they are!)
Ooh, good suggestion, evoir!
I have seen scott's veiners and I think I will go with those. thanks everybody