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My first lace mould

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Created in this Craftsy Course

Fashion-Inspired Fondant taught by Joshua John Russell

Dress up your cakes with couture stylings, including lace appliqués, quilted textures and edible "feathers." Joshua John Russell shows you how.

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Category Cake Decorating
Type Two tiers
Material Fondant
Style Traditional, Whimsical
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Silicone plastique, Seal-Dit, Safe-D-Clay, lace applique, fondant

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What are you most proud of? That it was so intricately detailed and that it actually worked first time! I don't know if it was because it was my first time, but it took me longer than 15 minutes to cover it. Luckily the silicone plastique was forgiving. I was surprised that the end result worked out as well as it did given how long it took me.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Choose your lace wisely and start with smaller pieces on your first attempt. I didn't read the Ebay description properly and thought this would be much smaller than the 6.5cm x 16cm piece of lace I received! Also, next time I will roll the Safe-D-Clay thinner so the end product doesn't look so bulky. Brushing it lightly with a vodka/lustre dust mix brings out the lace fibre details, as does cutting out extra holes where appropriate. It's not so much difficult as it is time-consuming, mainly with cutting around the Safe-D-Clay and ensuring that the outline is supported and has no air bubbles. Aside from that, don't be afraid to give it a go!

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Hello Kitstar! Great mold! Did you make it with Silicone Plastique? If so, I would love to post onto my MakeYourOwnMolds Facebook page. Thanks!

05/02/2013 Flag

Oh wow what an honour!! I did indeed use silicone plastique and thank you thank you THANK YOU for creating such a fabulous product ! =D

05/02/2013 Flag

HI kitstar, I really love you lace mould, Pls can you make one for me? what is your price. You can email me, abum78@yahoo.com.Thanks.

08/05/2013 Flag

Really clean work, well done!

09/10/2013 Flag

Thank you so much, Kitstar, for sharing the information. I have always been interested in making my own molds. Thus your info. helps me a lot.

03/24/2014 Flag

No problem, happy to help, and thanks for your comment =)

03/30/2014 Flag

can i buy this amazing lace

04/04/2014 Flag