Where Can I Buy Molds To Make Fondant String Pearls, Lace Et

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sunflowerfreak Posted 12 Mar 2007 , 2:12pm
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Does anyone know where I can buy fondant molds to make the beaded pearls and the lace that would go on a cake?

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MrsMissey Posted 12 Mar 2007 , 2:25pm
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You can buy the pearl molds at Earlenes:


Once you click on the link, just scroll down and you will see the different sizes. HTH!

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southaustingirl Posted 12 Mar 2007 , 2:37pm
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Here's a few more links



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bobwonderbuns Posted 12 Mar 2007 , 2:40pm
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The bead-cutters are available at globalsugarart.com, http://globalsugarart.com/customer/home.php?cat=755&page=3

and the silicone bead-makers I've found at sugarcraft.com.

While we're on the subject, can anyone tell me what the difference is? All I know is that the bead-cutters are supposed to be easier to use than the silicone ones but that doesn't really tell me anything. Has anyone used them?

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mcalhoun Posted 12 Mar 2007 , 2:47pm
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I have the silicone molds and the small size is not so bad but I have one of the larger ones and they are terribly hard to use! I would also like to know the difference.

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cakesksa Posted 12 Mar 2007 , 2:49pm
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I love the molds from:


These are the blue silicone molds. Hints: after filling the mold with your fondant, pop it into the freezer for 5-10 minutes before unmolding. The fondant will pop right out without any sticking. Also, if you are using pearl dust, brush the dust right into the mold before putting the fondant in.

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ShirleyW Posted 12 Mar 2007 , 4:14pm
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I love Kathy Scotts silicone molds, especially for Petit Fours
or here is her eBAY store

For lovely lace molds, Carol Webb

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