Anyone know where I can find the mold/cutter for these flowers?
I'd be surprised if Global Sugar Art didn't have them or at least something very similar :)
i would say that I could duplicate some if not all of those by piping — the big flat ones could be fondant then piped over — or it could be all piping where the initial large blossom on the bottom is just flattened with a towel then over piped — they are all different sizes too which lends itself more to piping — although it could be a lot of different molds/cutters too
well there's three of them -- three sizes that I can tell and they are just plain blossom cutters that look like they are overpiped w/buttercream probably maybe
and since you are a new member you are not able to "reply" to posts so please start a new thread to continue the discussion -- at some point all of a sudden you can "reply" but not for a while -- I think it might have to do with time and activity levels -- please respond in a new thread if you want to
-K8memphis, OF COURSE you could duplicate them with piping, lol! Now me, I am piping challenged, so I would have to look for the molds. Actually, I've never seen these before, but I am confident Global Sugar Arts has something comparable.
you so funny, sandra -- but it's not a normal blossom either -- usually a fresh cut fondant blossom gets a ball tool in the gut and the petals get cupped up -- these look like uncupped blossoms then with 'something' on top of that :)
They almost look like embroidered flowers. Kind of like a flower patch one would sew onto a pillow or something. I bet if you went to a fabric/craft store you could find flower patches and make your own mold if you didn't feel like searching the web for one.
I remember having some kind of mold yrs ago tht produced that larger flower but not the small ones. Can't remember where from/how I got it
I have a couple of molds that make that type flowers, but it is more than one. I guess they could be cut apart. I bought it from Sweetwise in Nashville, now Sweet City USA. I believe it was CK brand.