Okay so I have been wanting to do this technique like FOREVER, but I am too cheap to do something new until I actually have an order...I know some of you who are anal retentive are screaming...WHAT! ...LOL!
So I have an order to make the gelatin poinsettas in 2 weeks. I have the impression molds and the wire, I attended a demo on them so I am pretty confident I can make them with ease...HOWEVER, I lost the information sheet that tells the gelatin recipe to make them. I know you use much less water (or at least I think you do). If you make gelatin bows, butterflies, and flowers often can you give a girl a hand and forward me your gelatin recipe. Also, I can't remember if you treat the mold with something for easy release or if you don't put anything on it. The demo was back in March so, I don't remember all the little details anymore. Ugh... Okay, blast away. But believe me I will conquer this task and do it well.
Everything you need to know is here:
You're welcome! No, do not grease the mat, just paint the gelatin on there, it will release itself as it dries.