I know you don't need me to tell you HOW GREAT "THE MAT" is!!! I just used it and I Love It probably as much as everyone else does!!! I had been thinking that someone should invent a way to help with the application of fondant. Didn't realize that your product was already out there. So glad I found it and YOUR Video is also perfect and correct! I had to try and see if I could hold up the mat with the fondant on it too!! It makes me think...."Why didn't I think of that"!! lol I started to shy away from covering my cakes with fondant but now "The Mat" has given me the confidence I needed! Love the way and how easily it worked! So happy :)
Thanks again and Happy Valentine's Day!
Make true 3-dimensional gumpaste and sugarpaste figures. Figures are created by molding and assembling front & back torsos, legs, arms, and feet. Finished total height is 7-5/8". Clear plastic mold sheets,
This silicon mold is very soft and flexible and can easily go from as high as 450 degrees to the freezer without affecting the mold. Kathy's Tip: Be sure to make your gumpaste ahead of time (by adding Tylose Powder to your Fondant), wrap it up and let it sit for 20-30 minutes so it can firm up slightly. Then place it into the mold, and it will come out much more easily, without stretching. To help the ends meet at the joints, cut the rope on the angle that exists where it twists, near the end.
2 1/2 x 1 1/4