I just made my first wedding cake, I work out of my house and I recently purchased the mat from you guys because the demonstration on YouTube was great! I thought....I have to try this thing. I think covering the cake with fondant is always the hardest thing when making a cake. It's hard to keep your table sanitary (and I have a dog... With lots of hair) and its hard to roll it out evenly and quickly without it drying out and getting 10x sugar everywhere. Let me tell you, the mat is amazing! It saved me time and was so easy to use with professional results! I followed your demonstration and it worked exactly like you said! It was some of the best money I ever spent and I just want to thank you for making my cake decorating a lot easier! I absolutely love it! :)
Finish your royal icing or gum paste flowers with a beautiful natural look using one of these 3 lovely stamen styles. Just pipe a dot of icing for your flower center, cut stamens to desired size, insert and let dry. Includes 60 each in Pearl, Glitter and Fluffy styles. May be tinted (except Pearl) with Wilton Icing Colors added to vanilla extract.
This set of 4 leaves created by FMM of England will give you endless possibilities to add to your bouquet. Make a wide range of foliage I.e. lily of valley, tulip, ivy, hydrangea, coleus & daisies. Use with Mould Veiners
2" x 1.75" x 2/8"
2.5" x 2" x 2/8"
3.5" x 1.5" x 2/8"
3" x 2" x 2/8"
With cut-outs it is easy to make fun 3-D shapes for your fondant cakes and cupcakes. Just roll out the fondant, press down with cut-outs and lift away! Remove shapes with a small spatula. Stainless steel shapes range from 5/8 in. to 2 1/2 in
1. Layered decorations! Stack cut-out fondant pieces in different sizes and colors. 2. Fondant fill-ins! Use a smaller cut-out to remove the center of your fondant decoration. Fill in with a different color! 3. Cake insets! Cut out shapes from your fondant-covered cake, then replace the pieces with your favorite colors.