Can I Use Claire Bowman's "cake Lace" In A Sugar Veil Mat/mold?

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SuzyXD Posted 21 Jun 2015 , 6:33pm
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My bride wants a very particular lace pattern; I finally found it online, but it is a Sugar Veil brand mat/mold.  Although I haven't tried either product, I would like to use Claire Bowman's Cake Lace, because it seems more suitable for my shop's needs in general.  

So the question is, can I use Cake Lace product in a Sugar Veil brand mold?


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Jedi Knight Posted 21 Jun 2015 , 9:19pm
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I've used Cake Lace in a Sugarveil mat.

Cake Lace mats and powder are far, far superior to any other on the market.

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SuzyXD Posted 22 Jun 2015 , 1:16am
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Wow. Good to know. Would love to use a cake lace brand mat, but I really want to replicate my bride's preferred pattern. Will definitely invest in a few cake lace mats if we like the product! 

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Gingerlocks Posted 22 Jun 2015 , 2:56am
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Yes, you absolutely can you Clair Bowman's cake lace in different brands mats; I do it all the time...I'm not a big fan of Sugar Veil, but they do have some nice mat's. It'll be fine :)

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suzied Posted 22 Jun 2015 , 4:47am
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Yes, sure. i did it too. cake out well. You  can see it in my engagement cake purple n white and another blue n gold.

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Snowflakebunny23 Posted 22 Jun 2015 , 8:09am
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Definitely yes, but I would say that you have to be a bit more careful to ensure that the mix really gets pressed into the mat as the groves on my sugar veil are shallower and narrower than the cake lace ones.  Have fun :-)

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