Your sculpey molds used on projects that is. I am wanting to use some of the sculpey flexible molds with some marshmallow fondant, anyone have any samples of cakes or cookies or toppers that you used these on?
I used these animal heads around the top edge of the tent. I did this cake in a rush--it needed more work! Sorry that you can't really see the animals. I had other photos but I lost them ina computer crash
Just dust the mold with cornstarch, fill with fondant, place in the freezer for a couple minutes and they pop right out.
thanks for the tip, but I can't see the picture, I am heading to your gallery to find it. thanks
click on the name next to the x and the picture will pop up
You know I have 2 cakes coming up that both want figures of babies and dogs and teddy bears.
I have watched Aine2's videos and they are priceless. She is so talented, and great to watch, because her videos are very detailed.
On another note, my local Michael's has these really cute 3d molds in their clay section. There were faces, bears, and misc. other things. I think they were only like $6-ish apiece and each mold had like 4-6 different faces or bears. They werent very large, and would easily fit onto a cake. I have been itching to try them out, I just havent had much time to play with them. Try the clay section in your HL or Michael's store. they have many of the exact same tools as Wilton does, and I like them a bit better, because they tend to be more durable, they work better, and they are much cheaper.
The leprechaun's face looks fantastic! I love all the details!!
I have used the sea life sculpey mold. I used the star fish and little fish on the little mermaid cake in my gallery and also for the under the sea cupcakes. Unfortunately I have not figured out how to post our photos here yet sorry. The shark and the sting ray were not part of the mold set. It was a special request by the birthday boy.
I use the sculpey molds to make the faces on my baby's that I put on my baby shower cakes. I have also used some of the others as well, just dust real well with cornstarch and the pieces will come right out.
thanks for the tip, anyone else have any pictures?