Lace Molds On Cake Boss Grooms' Old Theater Cake (Link)

Decorating By drakegore Updated 14 Jul 2009 , 1:25pm by peg818

drakegore Posted 13 Jul 2009 , 9:31pm
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does anyone know which lace molds cake boss used on their gorgeous red/gold "old theater" cake for the grooms' wedding? i have never used a lace mold before, but after seeing this cake, i think i need to mend the error of my ways icon_smile.gif

i have been looking and looking today but cannot seem to find the molds that match. of course, i coulda been looking right at them and not have a clue, lol.

can anyone help me identify the molds used?

it is picture no. 43 on this link:


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JodieF Posted 13 Jul 2009 , 10:29pm
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look at
I have a few molds from there.


peg818 Posted 14 Jul 2009 , 12:06am
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Here is the tear drop mold, there are several others here on global

drakegore Posted 14 Jul 2009 , 12:24am
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jodie - what a fantastic website! thank you for sharing that link!

peg - i spent an hour on GSA before posting, lol. i do not know how i missed this one. thank you so much! so spendy, aaargh. good thing i have a birthday coming up icon_biggrin.gif

ok, now i just have to find the one they used on top and i think they are then using overlaid medallions on top of that...i think...i am far, far, far away from knowing anything about the laces (which is probably painfully obvious, lol).

thank you again!

peg818 Posted 14 Jul 2009 , 1:25pm
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This one looks like it might be one of them too

There is one on there that i have, and i know it is a sugar bouquet mold, and i don't see it on global. For the piece that is underneath every thing, i think i would roll fondant over a plastic doily and use a edge cutter to make the scallops.

I think if you just used the tear drop mold, then used less expensive molds to make up the rest of it, you could end up with a very similar look and not break the bank.

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