Does anyone know the name of the lace mold used for this cake?

Decorating By we2texans Updated 12 Feb 2014 , 5:49pm by pjjones

we2texans Posted 8 Dec 2013 , 5:09am
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I have been looking online for this lace mold design and come up empty handed. Does anyone happen to know who makes this mold and the name of it?


Thank you!

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dukeswalker Posted 8 Dec 2013 , 3:36pm
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I've never seen one that large! 

-K8memphis Posted 8 Dec 2013 , 3:43pm
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dukeswalker --that might be a petite cake--maybe


what that made me think of--is a large weighty plastic tablecloth that i used to have that was heavily embossed with all manner of  awesome lace patterns and bordered with another --it would have been a perfect mold for cakes of all sizes--just roll the fondant out on that--

leah_s Posted 8 Dec 2013 , 3:57pm
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yaknow, it might be made with real lace.  Using a bc made with at least half butter (so that it will be really firm) press real lace into the side of the WELL-chilled cake to make the impression.  Then outline the top edge with bc.  

I've seen it done, but not done it myself.

-K8memphis Posted 8 Dec 2013 , 4:29pm
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good call, leah--


i've seen it done where she placed the lace on the iced cake then iced the lace and pulled it off--yah gotta find the right kind of lace that will cooperate--


i did a real lace onto a fondant dummy that i sprayed with color and pulled off the lace and it worked to leave the lace pattern--might be kinda tricky on a real cake--

rychevamp Posted 8 Dec 2013 , 5:13pm
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I have one similar to that.  I got it at Sugar Delights. Check this 

Not sure if it's identical, but close.

we2texans Posted 8 Dec 2013 , 6:47pm
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Thank for the replies -- I am hoping I can find a silicone mold -- as I don't think I have the time or patience to do this from real lace. I'm off to check out sugardelites.

DeliciousDesserts Posted 8 Dec 2013 , 6:53pm
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Can't help exactly...but I may be able to prime someone else's memory.  


There is a company that has a hard to manuever website.  They sell all kinds of molds and they are numbered not named.  I think something similar can be found in the section that lists the white plastic type of mold.


I hope someone here knows what I am trying to describe.

Smallfrye Posted 8 Dec 2013 , 7:42pm
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it looks kind of like this one I found at

MBalaska Posted 8 Dec 2013 , 9:03pm
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Yes, you have it exactly.  It looks like one of the old Frozen Buttercream Transfer methods I saw years ago, where you slather your buttercream into the silicone mold - let it harden - then apply it to the side of the cake.


It was a method from an old 'Sugar Bouquet' Paper catalogs I had ages ago. Very beautiful.

(I could not afford the big silicon molds so never tried what is shown)

Smallfrye Posted 8 Dec 2013 , 11:49pm
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Does anyone know what those molds were made out of? I have a few and its kinda a soft foam like material. I have been trying to find what they are made of for a long time :(

-K8memphis Posted 9 Dec 2013 , 12:33am
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the ones that had a kind of weirdy sueded almost fuzzy surface?


they laminated re-cycled flannel pajamas --- 



Jeannem Posted 9 Dec 2013 , 2:20am
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ApplegumPam--you are right.  That white foamy mold was made by Elegant Lace Molds..aka Carol Webb at the Cakery.  Caljava ( ) must have bought her out--but I don't think they are making them any more.. If you go to their website, then in closeout section.., they have a few left, but not this style. They are/were super easy to use, and fast fast fast.  I have quite of few of those molds, and use them often.

I uploaded a cake today that used one of their molds.

Creativeconfectioner Posted 9 Dec 2013 , 2:50pm
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not the same but here are some possibilities:


Actually that etsy site has many options and they ship globally :)

JWinslow Posted 10 Dec 2013 , 6:28am
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The sugar delites & decorate the cake molds are the same and are also what is used on this cake, IMO.  The one at decorate the cake is a penny cheaper.   If you look at the second tier you can see the same pattern as the molds.  You all probably figured that out already - just my 2 cents.

we2texans Posted 13 Jan 2014 , 1:34am
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You were right, rvchevamp, it was the one in the link you posted. I received it on time and used it for the top tier of the cake ball wedding cake I did in December (link to the photo in my profile here:

pjjones Posted 12 Feb 2014 , 5:49pm
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Great molds at global sugar and also on Etsy.pdf.  Almost idenitical

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