Does anyone know if SugarVeil mats can be used with Cake Lace product or visa versa? I've purchased Cake Lace product/mats but see a SugarVeil mat I LOVE for an upcoming project.
Can anyone answer this for me?
Funny, I emailed the shop which sells both last week before buying some as I had the same question and the answer is yes :-) At least, you can use the cake lace product on sugarveil mats (I'm not sure about the other way around). It worked a charm but with the mat I have, I found that the product made a lot more lace than the instructions said. The instructions said it made on average 2-sheets worth...I got 4.5 sheets worth out of it! :-) I think generally the cake lace designs are much deeper so take more of the product. Cake Lace is awesome stuff!!!
AThank you! That's exactly what I wanted to hear!
I had the same dilema...I loved the idea of cake lace (I've worked with sugarveil before and it wasn't so fun!) but I'm not so keen on their mats. I have the Mantilla mat and it was fine, you just have to make sure you really get the icing into all the grooves as they are a lot narrower then the cake lace ones :-)
Good to know. Thank you for the input!
Hello everyone ,
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Edible Cake Lace - 500 Grams - White Premium Quality ( 2 Part Formulation Powder + Liquid) = £ 13.99
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Lace Mats from £ 7
The mixture will make soft paste which can be spread onto the pattern Lace Mats and let it dry .
Drying can be done at the normal temperature or using the oven for faster curing.
Once dried the Edible Lace can be peeled from the lace mat and can be used to decorate the cakes giving it a stylish and creative look.
The Edible Cake Lace is soft , flexible and pliable.
The Edible Cake Lace have been made to the highest British Quality.
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