Searching For The Right Mold. What A Headache.

Decorating By kblickster Updated 19 Nov 2013 , 3:30pm by -K8memphis

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kblickster Posted 19 Nov 2013 , 2:53pm
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Does anyone else get a headache searching for molds online?  The pictures are so small and I never seem to find one that meets my needs.  I have a bride wanting something similar to this.


I do not expect anyone to look for it.  I'll keep searching and creating my own headache, but I thought if anyone already knows what this is or has something similar and they can steer me in the right direction it would be much appreciated.


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-K8memphis Posted 19 Nov 2013 , 3:01pm
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oh gosh that's so pretty--


i would do this with graduated cutters

  • petal
  • heart
  • blossom


cut out 5 rose petals (or use the one that is five petals in one even) and then cut out the middle of each one with a smaller petal cutter--pipe the juju--put them all them together and you got the big blossoms


same thing with the hearts and she/he uses the hearts in making a flower and then just uses some straight up blossoms


just cut a shape then cut a smaller shape out of the middles add piping to string it all together


painstaking but very doable with an easy peasy selection of cutters :-D

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cakestomuch Posted 19 Nov 2013 , 3:19pm
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Might be a sugar veil mold.

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-K8memphis Posted 19 Nov 2013 , 3:21pm
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and the decorator just filled in the gaps with scroll work--often for lace you would see netting piped between the lace pieces--scrolls are easier than piping netting


you got it made on this one

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-K8memphis Posted 19 Nov 2013 , 3:30pm
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and they used a large & small leaf cutter too--battenburg lace done very well so pretty

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