Does anyone know which was used to create this design. I do not think it was an onlay design.
AI have seen smaller onlays as well as the larger ones, but the design looks like it was made with cutters-a standard size and a smaller one to cut out the inside.
If you look closely some of the holes in the center are offset. It's difficult to tell but I've seen this done before, pinterest I think-three different designs from cutters to make patterns.
I can't wait until after I finish the kids Xmas shopping so I can justify buying some of the Marvelous Molds, just dying to try them and some of Mariana's and Earlene's molds as well...I'm a cake toy junkie, shameful
Thx SMcKinney07, I realize that its done with a cutter. I just realize though that I did not state that in my comment. I meant to write 'Does anyone know which cutter was used to create this design' :-)
I have combed all my suppliers website and just cannot find a cutter that's similar and my cake is for this Saturday! I actually like the marvelous molds but my client does not want any of those designs, really! They look so much nicer than hand cut shapes :-)
Ano just cakes by annie.com . She have nice cutters
you could get there with a hydrangea or dogwood cutter
dogwood cutters come graduated and you could pop the outer edge and round it to do that
Goggle Lisa Bugeja. This is her Venetian Window Cutters. I got mine at Flour Confections. Maybe you can comparison shop.
I just ordered the Floral and the Go-Go quatrefoil cutters from this site. Worked great for a cake I made for a wedding today.
I'm sure you can price check, since you'd only need the two or a graduated set.
AOh, AllForShow found them-sorry didn't see that
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AThis is great info!