Does Anyone Know How I Can Pull This Off?

Decorating By sweetlayers Updated 12 Jun 2011 , 3:54am by gscout73

sweetlayers Posted 9 Jun 2011 , 5:42pm
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Please look at the photo and provide advice, a how-to link, or the stencil/impression mat that may have been used. I have an urgent last minute wedding next Saturday and need HELP.

Thanks in advance. You are TRULY appreciated.

I hope this works. Here is a link to the photo.

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sweetviolet Posted 9 Jun 2011 , 5:49pm
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Hi, I'd love to help but I don't see a picture. icon_sad.gif

sweetlayers Posted 9 Jun 2011 , 5:51pm
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Here is the link to the photo

I hope this works.

ptanyer Posted 9 Jun 2011 , 6:06pm
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On the top and bottom tiers the decorator used a mold. Check out They have a huge resource of molds. Hope that helps icon_smile.gif

I think this may be what I was talking about:

sweetlayers Posted 9 Jun 2011 , 6:15pm
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Originally Posted by ptanyer

On the top and bottom tiers the decorator used a mold. Check out They have a huge resource of molds. Hope that helps icon_smile.gif

Thanks. I had a look at GSA earlier and while I saw something similar, I didn't see an exact match. I guess I can go with but really wanted to see if there was a replica I could get.

baileysdaddy Posted 9 Jun 2011 , 6:21pm
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elegantlacemolds dot com
it's in the lace wrap section, # 316, at the bottom of the second page.

I have this mold and recognized it immediately. icon_smile.gif

BlakesCakes Posted 9 Jun 2011 , 6:58pm
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Don't know how quickly you can get it from CA.


Dayti Posted 9 Jun 2011 , 8:17pm
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I also have this mold. I hope you can get it in time...I found there was a slight learning curve to using this particular mold (I have a few from Elegant Lace Molds). The easiest way to use this is roll out your fondant (I add a bit of tylose to it) on your counter and place the mold on top. Roll your rolling pin over the mold. Remove mold, and use an exacto knife to cut out the "waves" to the height you want. I recall they say no crisco or cornstarch is needed for their molds - this is true BUT I found that for this one, lightly dusting the surface of the fondant with CS before embossing was the way to go (tried with Crisco, didn't work). There are many little spaces in this mold and if your fondant is too soft, there is no way you will remove the mold cleanly! HTH.

lyndya Posted 9 Jun 2011 , 8:32pm
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I purchased that mold some time ago at good luck!

sweetlayers Posted 9 Jun 2011 , 9:10pm
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Can I just say, ya'll are FABULOUS! Thanks so much.

gscout73 Posted 12 Jun 2011 , 3:54am
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I don't see a pic using either link. I don't know how you others are able to see a pic??

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