How To Make Your Own Lace Molds


Many pastry chefs, sugar artists, cake decorators and master bakers have longed to accommodate a popular request made by the modern bride which is to have the lace from her dress reproduced in sugar on her wedding cake.

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Silicone Plastique – is an amazing mold putty that has the consistency of cookie dough and is very easy to mix and apply. Created by a chef in order to bring the art of mold making into both commercial and home kitchens, Silicone Plastique® has become a valuable tool in the creation of custom food molds around the world. Mold making has always been considered a complicated task, yet with this silicone mold putty a new world of easy mold making has been made possible.

Seal-Dit™ – Food Grade Sealer – Seals wood, plaster, paper, cloth, sea shells and almost any porous surface, making these items suitable or the application of silicone mold making materials. If a porous material is not sealed, silicone will find its way into the microscopic holes in the surface, cure to a rubber and become mechanically locked to the surface. In other words, you are going to have to rip the object out of the mold ruining the mold and possibly the object being duplicated.

This free instructional mold making video provides in depth, step by step instruction showing the secret knowlege necessarry in order to learn how to make a lace mold. Once the mold is made, it can be used with fondant, gum paste, poured sugar, chocolate, isomalt and almost any other food material. The beautiful texture created from “lace molds” has also been valuable when working with clay, wax, plaster, polymer clay, PMC, paper mache and many other craft mediums.

How To Make A Lace Mold – Part One

How To Make A Lace Mold – Part Two

How To Make A Lace Mold – Part Three

How To Make A Lace Mold – Part Four

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Dear WelshCottageCupcake,

Thank you for compliments! When you make your lace post a photo of your completed project on the MakeYourOwnMolds Forum here on Cake Central, I love to see the work of my customers!

Happy to be Here! Dominic :)