A bride has requested this particular Martha Stewart cake. I need to find these molds. The cake is entitled Blushing Garden Rose.
Thanks for your help.
Would Martha Stewart have her own brand of molds? Thanks Doug, for looking for me.
a) probably made by one of the big cake decorators of the time (2003)
b) yes, very possibly made their own molds back then.
These are pressed and cut lace. Here's the tools needed for the cake, from top tier to bottom:
The top tier is using this straight frills cutter, both up and down with embellishments. It's also used on the center tier, in the middle.
The bottom of the center tier, the part that sits on the bottom tier, is using one of these lace cutters (not sure which one because of the embellishments of the design): http://www.globalsugarart.com/product.php?id=18438&name=FMM%20Textured%20Lace%20Set%203
or this one: http://www.globalsugarart.com/product.php?id=18003&name=FMM%20Textured%20Lace%20Set%201
The bottom part of the center tier (on the tier itself) and the bottom of the bottom tier are using the wide scalloped lace mold, available here: http://www.jenniferdontz.com/viewproduct.php?itemid=pre007
I believe Jennifer Dontz sells all of them, but I'm not certain. I do know that GSA does not sell the scalloped lace mold. Martha does not have her own molds. Hope that helps!
Yes Jennifer has the lace presses. There are some pretty close to what is on the Martha Stewart cake. If you dont find it with her you can try Cakes by Sam also. But I really think the one's that Jen has are close enough that the bride wont know the difference. You can check out her website at www.jenniferdontz.com.
Bobwonderbuns, that is the exact lace.
I don't know how you find these but I am so grateful. Thank you Thank you to all for your help.
You're welcome! Actually I found them because I own them all so I recognized them.