Lace Fondant?

Decorating By Lindsey45 Updated 12 Nov 2014 , 12:52am by cakebaby2

Lindsey45 Posted 10 Nov 2014 , 1:56am
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AI have a bride who has requested this lace design but I have no idea how to do it! Help please!

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kazita Posted 10 Nov 2014 , 3:27am
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AIve seen this question before. ...im really not sure of the answer to be honest so maybe someone will chime in but im thinking you have to pipe all the little string work in between the flowers...

manomi Posted 10 Nov 2014 , 6:28am
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Hi,

This is actually very simple...a little time consuming maybe...You just cut out the flowers ,leaves out of fondant...place them on the cake and then pipe strings connecting them (royal icing)

HTH :)

morganchampagne Posted 10 Nov 2014 , 6:36am
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Original message sent by manomi

Hi, This is actually very simple...a little time consuming maybe...You just cut out the flowers ,leaves out of fondant...place them on the cake and then pipe strings connecting them (royal icing) HTH :)

Yes. It's this simple. This is the way to do it :). Great advice

suzied Posted 10 Nov 2014 , 9:41am
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Isnt this edible lace, like chantilly lace, etc. done with a silicone mat and sugarveil icing

morganchampagne Posted 10 Nov 2014 , 10:21pm
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Original message sent by suzied

Isnt this edible lace, like chantilly lace, etc. done with a silicone mat and sugarveil icing

No

costumeczar Posted 11 Nov 2014 , 2:40am
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No it's definitely lace molds to make little applique pieces that are applied to the cake with piped strings connecting them. No lace mat needed.

Bake rinse Posted 11 Nov 2014 , 2:58pm
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I belive I have seen these types on Fondant laces on Caljava online. Check them out. Some of them come pre-manufactured. Please leave your comment if you fine one.

manomi Posted 11 Nov 2014 , 4:05pm
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I didn't even use any lace molds.. just regular gumpaste cutters.. It really is very simple.

Dayti Posted 11 Nov 2014 , 10:00pm
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cakebaby2 Posted 12 Nov 2014 , 12:52am
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Its a lovely cake Dayti

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