dukeswalker Posted 21 May 2013 , 1:38pm
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Anyone?

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Baking Sis Posted 21 May 2013 , 1:45pm
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I don't know anything about the cutters, but wow, that cake is gorgeous!

bakencake Posted 21 May 2013 , 1:47pm
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not sure if those are cutters. looks like royal icing piped on top of the cake to make patterns or possibly molds. 

Kima920 Posted 21 May 2013 , 1:54pm
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I agree they look like molds to me. They are gorgeous though..if anyone does know I would be interested in getting them. 

KarenK55 Posted 21 May 2013 , 2:01pm
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That is freakin' amazing! Absolutely beautiful.  I would be interested to know if it is a mold or actual hand done.  Wow...wow.

dukeswalker Posted 21 May 2013 , 2:06pm
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Sorry, should have asked "What cutters OR MOLDS are these?" :)  I do not think it is hand piped as there are some repeating shapes/patterns...  Would love to find out what they are though! :)

Cupcakesbymel1 Posted 21 May 2013 , 2:12pm
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That looks like the decor you can get with the Wilton Fondant and Gum Paste Molds. I just saw them at my local Joann craft store last night and thought about getting them for my next cake project. Wilton has quite a few different ones that are very pretty.

http://search.wilton.com/?q=fondant+and+gum+paste+molds

gbbaker Posted 21 May 2013 , 8:26pm
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it's a gorgeous cake.  I contacted the person who made the cake and she said it was all piped.   

manddi Posted 22 May 2013 , 1:35am
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AShe has some mad skills! I thought it was molds since it looks too perfect to be hand piped!

dukeswalker Posted 27 May 2013 , 12:59am

Hmmm...Well since I dont have her mad skills with the piping bag - anyone have any cutters that are similar?

bct806 Posted 27 May 2013 , 1:40am

It definitely looks like a mold. Possibly more than one and they made the pattern themselves from a couple different molds.

carolinecakes Posted 27 May 2013 , 2:09am

These are lace silicone molds I got some at NY cake, there is quite a selection on Global Sugar and Amazon. Not exactly what is on this cake but beautiful. hth
 

carolinecakes Posted 27 May 2013 , 2:11am

Please stay away form the Wilton......anything

carolinecakes Posted 27 May 2013 , 2:46am

Here is a pic of the Chalice Cake I used the molds on. This was my first time using them they were easy to use. I am still working on getting my bc smooth.

 

FIRST COMMUNION CHALICE CAKE

carolinecakes Posted 27 May 2013 , 3:02am

Check out this site http://www.earlenescakes-store.com
 

bct806 Posted 27 May 2013 , 3:06am
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Originally Posted by carolinecakes 

Here is a pic of the Chalice Cake I used the molds on. This was my first time using them they were easy to use. I am still working on getting my bc smooth.

 

FIRST COMMUNION CHALICE CAKE

 

have you tried Melvira's method? http://cakecentral.com/a/quick-easy-smooth-icing-using-a-roller-melvira-method

johnson6ofus Posted 27 May 2013 , 1:36pm
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It definitely looks like a mold. Possibly more than one and they made the pattern themselves from a couple different molds.

I agree. Bunch on ebay by searching silicone lace molds, but the trick is the created pattern/ design by putting them all together...

dukeswalker Posted 27 May 2013 , 2:26pm

What "style" would you guys call this?  It is def. not floral in nature but I can't seen to weed out what I am looking for... paisley?  

bct806 Posted 27 May 2013 , 4:06pm
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What "style" would you guys call this?  It is def. not floral in nature but I can't seen to weed out what I am looking for... paisley?  

There is definitely a paisley on it. As well as a border and a floral mold

leah_s Posted 27 May 2013 , 4:18pm

It's a combination of things.  Cutters, molds, and a lot of overpiping.  It's stunning!

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