Can I Use Regular Rubber Stamps On Fondant?

Decorating By bluedaisies Updated 28 Jun 2012 , 4:21am by Pearl645

bluedaisies Posted 4 Mar 2012 , 2:43am
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Saw a youtube video of someone using regular rubber stamps to imprint fondant. As long as it's never been used on anything else, it should be ok for cake use right?

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southerncross Posted 4 Mar 2012 , 2:54am
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I use regular rubber stamps (not used for anything else) and gel food coloring on fondant and royal icing all the time. it works just fine and poses no health hazards.

BlakesCakes Posted 4 Mar 2012 , 2:59am
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Well..............in truth, to be used on food, it should be an UNMOUNTED stamp--not permanently attached on a wood or acrylic block -- so that it can be sanitized properly. In addition, the rubber & even silicone are not food grade.

The only food grade stamps I'm aware of come from:

http://sweetstampen.com/

HTH
Rae

bluedaisies Posted 4 Mar 2012 , 3:14am
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Originally Posted by BlakesCakes

Well..............in truth, to be used on food, it should be an UNMOUNTED stamp--not permanently attached on a wood or acrylic block -- so that it can be sanitized properly. In addition, the rubber & even silicone are not food grade.

The only food grade stamps I'm aware of come from:

http://sweetstampen.com/

HTH
Rae




Thank you SOO much! That is exactly what I've been Google-ing for all frickin day! icon_smile.gificon_smile.gif So much cheaper than regular stamps too!

MarkBaucher Posted 28 Jun 2012 , 4:14am
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Yes i use rubber stump many places. Thanks

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Pearl645 Posted 28 Jun 2012 , 4:21am
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Originally Posted by bluedaisies

Saw a youtube video of someone using regular rubber stamps to imprint fondant. As long as it's never been used on anything else, it should be ok for cake use right?




Hey this is new to me. Rubber stamps on fondant? Do you mean a patterned stamp like flowers or something? Would you get this in a stationery or crafts store? Just trying to get some more info on this and see if it is something I would like to try out.

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