Unbreakable Gel On Cotton Lace

Baking By Nomadx Updated 19 Sep 2015 , 12:17pm by costumeczar

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Nomadx Posted 18 Sep 2015 , 4:29pm
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Hi Can I use unbreakable gel on cotton lace to make a lace?

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julia1812 Posted 19 Sep 2015 , 5:14am
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I don't quite understand what you mean.  Do you want to make a stiff edible lace? Or what exactly is unbreakable lace?

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costumeczar Posted 19 Sep 2015 , 12:17pm
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You can, but test it first to make sure the gel isn't going to stick to the lace. You could also make a copy of the lace so that you have a picture of it that's flat, then put it under a piece of waxed paper and pipe the gel over that, using the lace photo as a template. Depending on what kind of gel you're using it may or may not stick to the paper and it might shrink as it dries, too, so test it out first.

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