wafawafa Posted 21 Feb 2013 , 7:18am
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Hello CC,

 

I have bought thi mould long time ago , I though it can be used easily , but its not , I tried gumpast, sugar cast , isomalt and still cant get the result

 

would any one tell me how this is work  , the brand is decorelief , all the tips are appreciated , here the pic of the mould :

 

 

thanks in advance

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JWinslow Posted 21 Feb 2013 , 7:33am
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This is  morning glory mold.  I have one - different brand.  They can be very tricky.  Your gum paste should be nice and pliable.  Roll it out and lay the paste over the pointed end.  let it sit for a minute so it relaxes on the mold.  You have to be gentle when placing and pushing the two pieces together. 

 

When I first started using it, I left the middle of the gum paste a little thicker until I got the hang of it.  I find Nickolas Lodge and Platinum Paste work best. 

 

Here's a pic - still in progress:

 

 

 

Hope this helps,

 

Jeanne
 

wafawafa Posted 21 Feb 2013 , 7:48am
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ADo u dust the parts with corn flour so gp doesnt stick to it ?

And how can use that with isomalt ? The same way as gp ?

Ur pic us sooooo nice , hope i can acheive that

JWinslow Posted 21 Feb 2013 , 7:58am
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I use corn starch on both pieces (sorry , forgot to add that) and then I tap the deep one so I don't lose the detail.  I can't tell you about Isomalt - no experience there.

 

I will tell you that mine sat in my box for a long time.  One night I just played with it until I made it work without the bottom of the flower tearing.  You can do this - MIND over MOLD :)

 

Jeanne
 

wafawafa Posted 21 Feb 2013 , 10:39am
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thanks alot dear , I will try that tonight

 

yep , this mold styed in my box for more than year with no usage

 

thannnnks again

JWinslow Posted 21 Feb 2013 , 4:30pm
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You're so welcome.  It's a pretty neat mold.  I also suggest that you have your center with  stamens ready to go.  Please let me know how you made out.
 

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