Louis Vuitton Stencils

Decorating By bakermommy4 Updated 26 Jun 2009 , 2:43am by TamiAZ

bakermommy4 Posted 25 Jun 2009 , 7:54am
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I have a LV cake due for the 4th of July and I figure I could either hand paint the design or airbrush. With either of those options I want the logos on the bag to be PERFECTION....so I'm thinking I would need a stencil of some sort to get this. Does anyone know where I can find this type of stenciling...I've looked everywhere online with no luck.

To be more clear...I need the "L", "V", and the stars looking shapes and flower looking shapes that are on LV purses. If anyone could help me out...I'd do a dance at your wedding. LOL.

Thanks in advance for any help!!

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Relznik Posted 25 Jun 2009 , 8:00am
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http://www.cakes4fun.co.uk/shop.php

I know this company sells them, because I bought them!! However, not the L and V... those I've had to do freehand.

I think you'd have to contact them as you can't actually order through their website. However, I did phone them and paid by card and then mailed them to me.

However, the three other shapes come as a little set...

They weren't cheap, either... about £23 (GBP)

Suzanne x

bakermommy4 Posted 25 Jun 2009 , 8:03am
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I could handle that...I can freehand the L and V...had much practice on it with my Louis Vuitton chocolate sculpture in culinary school. I just cant freehand those other shapes. I wonder if I could get the shapes by July 1st....we'll see. Do you think I should call them or try to order from their site...I don't see where they sell them

windy1979 Posted 25 Jun 2009 , 8:05am
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I am not sure where you can find these, but if all else fails you can always go to the craft store and get stencil blanks, print off the design you need, and cut your own. All you need is a craft knife and the blanks. I hope this helps. I am a newbie, but this is what I do if I need a specific hard-to-find design. icon_rolleyes.gif

bakermommy4 Posted 25 Jun 2009 , 8:05am
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Oh and Relznik...I saw your Louis purse and its freakin awesome. This will be my first purse with a logo and I can only hope it comes out that good.

mvucic Posted 25 Jun 2009 , 8:10am
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Originally Posted by windy1979

I am not sure where you can find these, but if all else fails you can always go to the craft store and get stencil blanks, print off the design you need, and cut your own. All you need is a craft knife and the blanks. I hope this helps. I am a newbie, but this is what I do if I need a specific hard-to-find design. icon_rolleyes.gif




This is what I did. I printed an image of the LV pattern on my computer, and bought some plastic clear sheets and cut out the logos. The sheets are actually used to cut unusual shapes for quilting, but I liked that they were sturdy to handle.

Hope this helps!!

dg10148 Posted 25 Jun 2009 , 8:36am
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For the letters I use rubber stamps from the craft store and I use my food coloring

bakermommy4 Posted 26 Jun 2009 , 2:18am
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mvucic I would love to know what type of plastic sheets or is there a brand name for them. Can I find them in the quilting section in Michaels?

TamiAZ Posted 26 Jun 2009 , 2:43am
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When I did my purse I printed out a picture and enlarged the L & V as a guide and did them free hand. They actually aren't that hard to do. You could also do the pin prick method if you wanted.

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