I have been doing cakes for 25 years and have always steered away from fondant, but I just had a bride insist on it and as I was searching youtube
I came across your video about the mat. I knew it would work because this is how I always made my pie crusts so I ordered the mat immediately. Needless to say it was a complete success. The cake was flawless! I am sending an attachment to share. Plus I used about 1/2 of the fondant that Wilton said was needed which saved me $$$ and made to overall texture of the cake more pleasant to eat!
Curved round shape is ideal for drying gum paste, fondant and royal icing flowers and leaves. Openings in bottom center make it easy to pull wires through and adjust for the perfect drying position. Includes 2.5 and 3 in. diameter cups for drying everything from simple blossoms and briar roses to large daisies.
The two ended tool is extremely useful in shaping flowers and adding texture to them. The larger end has a wide curved edge to add a curl to the edge or round a petal. The second side is thinner and comes to a point and is great for adding lines and texture to petals.
This cutter is ideal for use with a range of edible and non-edible materials including sugarpaste (rolled fondant), petal paste (gum paste), marzipan or craft clays. Create beautiful simple to produce flowers complete with detailed veining.
Let your celebration colors stay true! Baking cups are foil-lined to keep colors on the outside bright and fun for every celebration. Place on a cookie sheet or bake in a standard-sized muffin pan.
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The fastest, easiest, and newest way to add an edible floral spray lace to any cake. Create beautiful embellishments using these molds with rolled fondant, chocolate paste, gumpaste and luster, pearl, or petal dusts. Size: 5" x 2" Instructions included. Kathy's Tip: I aso like to mold these and then cut them apart. Cover a cake with fondant, and then apply these spaced a half inch or so apart, and you have a beautiful, floral lace coverd cake! 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. Letting it sit in the mold for just a minute will help it come out even easier.