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what mould is this?

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Do you know what mould was used on this cake??

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Nope! Doesn't work

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I don't know about the bottom border--it's a bit hard to see.

 

As for the flowers, they look like a hydrangea cutter (the 4 petal flower) and various other flower cutters that have been detailed with a tool and/or overpiped with royal icing.

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Which part? There's several things going on on that cake.

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If you are talking about the different flowers all over the cake it looks like all types of cutters used. Ben Isreal does that on one of his cakes but runs a piece of lace and fondant through the past machine to imprint. Here's the link if you're interested.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_IpaRl_rkc

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