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post #1 of 10
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I was wondering where everyone got their scribing needles, how much they cost, and the brand? I'm looking to get one and am not having luck. Thanks.
post #2 of 10

They have quilling needles at hobby lobby which come with a tool that looks like a scribing needle. That's what I use for one anyway and it was fairly cheap

post #3 of 10

Also, Michaels and Hobby Lobby have clay modeling sections which likely have them as well. 

post #4 of 10

Mail order through internet shops is the way I get most everything.   Many of the internet stores sell them along with their gumpaste & fondant tool sections.

 

http://www.amazon.com/PME-Modelling-Tool-Scriber-Needle/dp/B000VJJRZ4

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post #5 of 10

or you could use a toothpick if you were desperate...

post #6 of 10
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Thank you everyone. I wasnt sure if the clay tools were safe for food use or not.
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Originally Posted by Brunesbaby View Post

Thank you everyone. I wasnt sure if the clay tools were safe for food use or not.

 

Brunesbaby, not only are the tools pretty much the same, sometimes they are cheaper.   Also they make some really cool rollers - rolling pins for clay - that will work with fondant / gumpaste.

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Originally Posted by MBalaska View Post
 

 

Brunesbaby, not only are the tools pretty much the same, sometimes they are cheaper.   Also they make some really cool rollers - rolling pins for clay - that will work with fondant / gumpaste.

Absolutely...The clay section at the craft store has loads of good tools.

post #9 of 10

Just bought some cool Martha Stewart faux painting trowels at Home Depot. 3 cool palette knives in different shapes for $4.50 on clearance. Stainless steel and in the dishwasher now.

 

You betcha they are going with my fondant tools. 

post #10 of 10
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thanks.  I think i'm gonna check out hobby lobby.

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