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Wedgewood Fondant Molds

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I have a bride who wants a wedgewood-inspired cake. I can't find the molds for the white accents anywhere. Anyone know where I should look? Thanks!
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www.elegantlacemolds.com
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Wedgewood jasperware is basically blue with white-are yourlooking for the people mold?? Urns w/flowers?? Angels/cherubs?? Cameos??Scroll work???
www.firstimpressionsmolds.com
www.decoratethecake.com
www.globalsugarart.com
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Also check out

http://www.hawthornehill.co.uk/Silicone/ClassicalAthens

Look at other pages, too
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I can't help on where to find it, but if you're searching for the brand, the correct spelling is Wedgwood, only one "e" even though it looks wrong.

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I would try Springerle cookie molds.

 

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Originally Posted by treetgirl View Post

I have a bride who wants a wedgewood-inspired cake. I can't find the molds for the white accents anywhere. Anyone know where I should look? Thanks!

I just bought the exact molds that Cheryl Kleinman used and am so excited to play with them! I bought the whole set but here's the link to the Grecian ladies only. It's an etsy store called Sugar Art Molds. 

 

https://www.etsy.com/listing/184545937/wedgwood-grecian-goddesses-mold-for?

 

Can anyone tell me if they know the perfect blue to use for the Wedgwood color? I've been experimenting, but haven't gotten it quite right. Mine seems too dark. 

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