I'm looking for some fondant letter cutters that are bigger than 3/4" high and smaller than 2" high.
If you know of a website or a store that may have some, I'd sure appreciate it.
odd reply, but have you looked at the play-doh in the toy section? i used to have some letter cutters that were originally for play-doh, but i used them for decorating the tops of my apple pies with extra pie dough. just a thought...
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I just got a set of tappits from Global sugar art. The have various sizes available on the website.
I just got a set of tappits from . The have various sizes available on the website.
Hey Lori, I've been wondering: are these just little "cookie" cutter type cutters that you have to gently tap out the cutout, or are they like that one sheet of plastic where you scrape the excess gumpaste or fondant out and tap it out of the mold? I always have trouble with this kind.
I am curious too, does anyone have a letter cutout set that are real cutouts? I have the rounded-edge Wilton set, but want something a little more grown-up....thanks!
Here you go:
They are called tappits.
Loucinda.....yup those are the ones I was talking about. Haven't had a chance to use them more than once yet.
Has anyone ever tried these:
Funky Alphabet & Numbers by FMM
Funky Alphabet & Numbers by FMM. A quick & easy way to produce Alphabet & Numbers in a Fun & Funky way. Letters and numbers measure about 1-1/2 inches tall by 1 inch wide.
I was just wondering how easy or hard they are to use?
I'm having problems finding the size I want. I want some that are taller than 3/4". They don't have to be funky or script, just taller than 3/4".
Thanks for any and all help.
I have the funky ones by FMM and it is pretty easy to work with.
Check Edna's tutorial on youtube.