Anyone Ever Use Clear Pattern Stamps?

Decorating By princesscatt Updated 16 Aug 2010 , 12:07am by Adevag

princesscatt Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 12:04am
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Was on Global's website and noticed these clear pattern stamps...has anyone ever used them and if so do you have any pictures? Just interested in seeing what the end result is.

Thanks.

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sugarflour2 Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 12:20am
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This was made with a clear stamp and then colored with petal & luster dust.

sugarflour2 Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 12:21am
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For some reason the attachment didn't attach, I'll try again.

sugarflour2 Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 12:23am
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Second try at attaching.
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DarleneP Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 12:39am
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Ohhh that is pretty!

cathyscakes Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 12:56am
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I discovered these stamps a few months ago. I love them, and they are so much cheaper. I used them on my birds nest cake, its in my photos.

princesscatt Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 1:20am
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That is gorgeous...can I ask what you colored the flowers with??

bobwonderbuns Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 1:53am
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I've used them lots of times. I get them at Michaels with a coupon, it's cheaper that way! icon_biggrin.gif

sugarflour2 Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 2:02am
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Thank you. I colored them with yellow, orange and green luster dust, then dusted the whole cookie with pearl dust...and pink luster too.

princesscatt Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 11:29am
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I've used them lots of times. I get them at Michaels with a coupon, it's cheaper that way! icon_biggrin.gif




Never seen them at my Michaels...are they in the cake section or in another area?

princesscatt Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 11:31am
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Thank you. I colored them with yellow, orange and green luster dust, then dusted the whole cookie with pearl dust...and pink luster too.




Great job...I will have to get some stamps now and use them on something....more toys!!! LOL

bobwonderbuns Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 12:21pm
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I've used them lots of times. I get them at Michaels with a coupon, it's cheaper that way! icon_biggrin.gif



Never seen them at my Michaels...are they in the cake section or in another area?




Michaels didn't have them for a long time but now they are in the scrapbooking section. JoAnns has an entire section for them near the stamping stuff.

Tiffany29 Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 2:34pm
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I've used them lots of times. I get them at Michaels with a coupon, it's cheaper that way! icon_biggrin.gif




That's what I was thinking. I wanted to get a few and try them.
What about rubber stamps? I have a bunch of Stampin'up stamps that I haven't used.

In the clay section at Jo Ann fabrics, I found a set of mini cutters. I think 12 to a pack and I found texture mats. I got 2 in a pack, one design is swirly, the other is floral.

bobwonderbuns Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 4:53pm
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I use rubber stamps too. Just make sure that before you use any clear or rubber stamp on fondant you wash it in hot soapy water. Then dry it well. Then keep it in a place "for food only" so you don't use it with paper and glue products. icon_confused.gif

Adevag Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 6:59pm
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sugarflour, that is SOOOO pretty. Would you mind explaining again how you used the luster dust? Did you mix it with alcohol and then just painted it on the raised pattern of the stamp? TIA

sugarflour2 Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 10:45pm
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Thanks Adevag. I used a small brush and and just the petal dust and brushed each impression with the different dust colors. I went over each flower a few times until I got the colors as dark as I wanted them. I did the same thing with the green for the vine. Then I just went over each cookie lightly with luster dust to give it a little sparkle.

KUUISMA Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 11:09pm
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I actually just tried using them this last week. I found a pack with flowers and different swirls. I rolled out my fondant and then pushed the swirls all over and then used a heart cutter. I added silver dragges at the end of the swirls. So, each heart is different and unique but very elegant looking. The possibilities are endless. The picture isnt very bright but you get the idea.

KUUISMA Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 11:17pm
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Here's the picture... I hope icon_redface.gif

ALR1955 Posted 14 Aug 2010 , 11:41pm
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I just bought some from Michaels today had not heard of them for cakes.
Just happend to be looking around in Michaels and thought to myself that this would work. Then I get on here and see that all of you are talking about them. icon_smile.gif I'm going to try to use mine tomorrow. Can't wait to play!

Adevag Posted 16 Aug 2010 , 12:07am
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Thanks Adevag. I used a small brush and and just the petal dust and brushed each impression with the different dust colors. I went over each flower a few times until I got the colors as dark as I wanted them. I did the same thing with the green for the vine. Then I just went over each cookie lightly with luster dust to give it a little sparkle.




Thanks for all your sharing, that is a great idea.
Kuuisma, the whole CC site is having problem with anything from the forums to uploading photos, it seems. But it sounds very neat. Just like you said, this opens up endless decorative design possibilities. Very exciting!

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