Emulating This Cake

Decorating By fortheloveofcake1984 Updated 8 Jun 2012 , 9:22pm by MissCakeCrazy

fortheloveofcake1984 Posted 14 Mar 2011 , 10:15pm
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Hello all you wonderful people.
I am a newbie to posting on this forum have been an avid reader though for a loong while. I have been making cakes (Not professionally but for family members and friends etc) for as long as I can remember.
Now heres my problem My father and I will be making an extra special cake this year ... MY WEDDING CAKE!!! everything else for the wedding is taken care of so this is the only thing I have to worry about.
After looking around for such a long time I have finally decided to try to emulate a beautiful peggy porschen cake.
The thing I am stuck on is the lace .. I have NEVER done lace before and so I am planning on practicing ALOT!! Does anyone know the best way to do this??
I was thinking of a silicone mould?? Are they hard to use?? Anyone got any tips on lace making?? Also does anyone know of anywhere good to buy decent lace moulds from?? (I am in the UK)
Thanks in advance

10 replies
bakencake Posted 14 Mar 2011 , 10:36pm
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I think that lace moulds would be your best option. if you have a link to the cake you want to do maybe that would help in us helping you exactly what or which one you need. globalsugarart is a good site to check out but i dont know how well they do in the UK.

fortheloveofcake1984 Posted 14 Mar 2011 , 10:40pm
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I tried to do the Add an attatchment but it didnt work
well here is the link
Lets hope this works icon_smile.gif

mom2twogrlz Posted 14 Mar 2011 , 10:55pm
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Try Global Sugar Art, I believe they ship internationally. That is a beautiful cake! And congrats on the upcoming wedding!!!!

fortheloveofcake1984 Posted 14 Mar 2011 , 11:07pm
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When I saw it I knew it was THE cake!!
I just hope I can pull of the lace effect .... but Im sure all it will take is practice and a "Can Do" attitude icon_smile.gif

LisaPeps Posted 14 Mar 2011 , 11:24pm
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You can get those lace molds from celcrafts which is a uk site.


The pictures are deceptive, you think you are ordering multiple moulds but it is actually only one so make sure you cross reference the numbers.

fortheloveofcake1984 Posted 14 Mar 2011 , 11:31pm
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How would you order from this site ... It looks very confusing to me with soo many numbers etc
(I'm a bit of a techno-phobe) Usually leaving all of the technical stuff for my H2B icon_redface.gif

LadypinkertonB Posted 14 Mar 2011 , 11:34pm
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Hello fortheloveofcake1984!

I have found some similar on ebay put 230421372222, 250685203580, 350102463969 into the search it's a buy it now so you don't have to wait or bid against anyone! Also FPC sugarcrafts is an ebay store with lots of choice. What will you be using in the moulds? Fondant or flowerpaste? HTH! pm me if you need some advice! Congratulations on your wedding! icon_biggrin.gif Kxx

LisaPeps Posted 15 Mar 2011 , 1:35am
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On that cake I would say you need a 1482, 1601 and a 1200.

So you would add these to the cart CK Lace-Maker 1482 Ref: SM11 @ £14.40... CK Lace-Maker 1601 Ref: SM15 @ £14.40 and CK Lace-Maker 1200 Ref: SM13 @ £20.80

I have used celcrafts before and had no issues with them, prompt delivery and good products.

Although, the eBay molds listed above are nice, they are not the same ones used in Peggy's cake. The ones you get decides on how exactly you want to replicate her design.

fortheloveofcake1984 Posted 15 Mar 2011 , 10:15am
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you are a star!!
they were the ones I was thinking of icon_smile.gif
SO can't wait to get them and start practicing!! ooohhh its exciting!

MissCakeCrazy Posted 8 Jun 2012 , 9:22pm
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Hello, I would love to see your cake. I am planning a wedding cake with lace too and would like to know of any tips.

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