I`ve worked with MMF before and it`s really good, I like it.
My suggestion is to start with the umbrella as soon as you can, because it needs to be dry to decorate, it gets hard good. And also depends on the thickness of the mmf for the umbrellas, for them not to break.
Don`t be nervous, everything is going to be fine.
Here`s also some measurements:Volume of Special Baking Pans:
PIE PAN: NOTE: If you're using an aluminum foil pie plate, compare its capacity to that of your regular pie pan. An easy way to obtain a general idea of differing volumes is to fill your regular pie pan with water. Then pour the water into the foil pan. Measure the amount of liquid left in your regular pan; reduce the amount of filling by about that much.
7-1/2 x 3-inch "Bundt" tube pan - 6 cups
9 x 3-1/2" fancy tube or "Bundt" - 9 cups.
9 x 3-1/2" angel cake pan - 12 cups
10 x 3-3/4" Bundt or "Crownburst" - 12 cups
9 x 3-1/2" fancy mold (Kugelhupf) - 12 cups
10 x 4" fancy mold (Kugelhupf) - 16 cups.
10 x 4" angel cake pan - 18 cups
7 x 5-1/2 x 4" Mold - 6 cups
8 x 3-inch pan - 12 cups
9 x 3-inch pan - 16 cups CHARLOTTE MOLD:
6 x 4-1/4-inch mold - 7-1/2 cups
9-1/2 x 3-1/4-inch pan - 8 cups
SHEET (Jelly Roll) PANS:
Full sheet pan Standard 26x18 or 24x16x2 - serves 60 to 96
Half sheet pan Standard 18x13 or 16x12x2 - approx. 12 cups - serves 30 to 48Quarter sheet pan Standard 13x9 or 12x8x2 or 10-1/2 x 15-1/2x2 - approx. 10 cups - serves 12 to 20
10-1/2 x 15 -1/2 x 1 - approx. 10 cups
12-1/2 x 17 -1/2 x 1 - approx. 12 cups
8-1/2 x 2-1/4-inch mold - 41/2 cups
9-1/4 x 2-3/4-inch mold - 8 cupsHope this can help!