Need Help Texturing Fondant

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gabby2 Posted 28 Oct 2008 , 11:00pm
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I am doing a cake and need a brickwall texture on part of it. I have seen them use a texture plate, but have been unable to locate them online. Does anyone know where I might beable to find them? Thanks for your help.

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BlakesCakes Posted 29 Oct 2008 , 12:52am
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I have the Country Kitchen set of texture sheets/impression mats (the really large ones) and one is a brick pattern. I love them. They're easy to work with, lightweight, and relatively cheap. I see now that they have small ones, too.


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Eisskween Posted 29 Oct 2008 , 1:12am
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If you have a Michael's nearby, you might try there. In the clay and sculpting section they have small mats with various textures. There are four different combinations, four to a package. One of the packages has a brick one. They are plastic. I wish I could remember who makes them, but they are in the same section as sculpey and fimo clays.

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Win Posted 29 Oct 2008 , 1:24am
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Rae, I LOVE Country Kitchen and bought the whole set of mats they offered last month. Awesome set!

Gabby2: Hobby Lobby. Dollhouse section. Brick mat used for dollhouses can be found there. It's all white on one side and brick colored on the other. I have used that many times until I got the set Rae mentioned above. I have also found that you need to roll out the fondant and let it set a bit after you apply the impression. That way it won't stretch out the bricks when you go to apply it to the cake.


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Win Posted 29 Oct 2008 , 1:25am
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Gabby2: forgot to mention is is quite a large mat... maybe 11x18...

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