Lace Applique Mold

Decorating By Jedi Knight Updated 12 Feb 2015 , 2:27pm by Dayti

Jedi Knight Posted 11 Feb 2015 , 7:27pm
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I have a client who wants something similar to this awful pram on this cake. I have looked all over for a similar lace mold but haven't had any luck.

Is there any genius on here who might know of something similar?

Thanks in advance!!

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Dayti Posted 11 Feb 2015 , 8:32pm
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AThe one around the hood and edge of that thing is this one: Charge decently of course, unless you know you will use the $40 mold a lot. They are worth the money though, that brand, IMO.

Jedi Knight Posted 11 Feb 2015 , 9:01pm
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AI always charge up the wazoo.

I looked at MM and didn't see it there - I'll have another look.

Awful, awful, awful cake, IMO. It's like this conversation:

Baker One: "Oh let's make a cake! What should we put on it?"

Baker Two: (rubbing hands together) "EVERYTHING!!!!"

Dayti Posted 11 Feb 2015 , 9:04pm
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AIndeed. It's hard to believe there's actually cake under all that stuff on there.

Jedi Knight Posted 12 Feb 2015 , 6:33am
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AI've now found the mold.

Whether or not she accepts my quote remains to be seen ;-)

thanks for the tip

julia1812 Posted 12 Feb 2015 , 7:45am
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AYikes! I guess the mother to be will have to spend alooot of time peeling all that disgusting gum paste of until she'll be able to see something edible, LOL!!!

Dayti Posted 12 Feb 2015 , 2:27pm
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You're welcome! This is one of those quotes where you really don't want them to say yes, so you can plan all that free time you would have with something much more interesting.


On the other hand, if she does say yes, at least you wouldn't have to consider taking a photo of the frilly thing and putting it on here/IG/FB/website, so time saved there too :D

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