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it is necessary to get permission form the  copyright holder. Most people agree that if you do it for your own child and don't intend to resell, its OK to do it without permission, however that is a fairly grey area,so the best advise is not to post pictures on your website as advertsing.   Legally you don't need the permission from someone to replicate a cake. It considered common courtesy to ask for permission and/or give credit when you post the cake on your...
the South African site you have linked to buys their supplies form this vendor. I know Ray sends stuff overseas, so if you contact her Im sure she will be able to assist. the one you are looking for is under her platinum collection.
its done with edible images. here is the link to the original
I agree with the pp, I always dowel, even fruit cakes! also agree with pp it will be much studier if you can do the two tilted cakes in Styrofoam, and do two separate cakes to make up for the servings.
I just looked at the cake again, and the brooch on the bottom tier is from I know Ray does lots of stuff for chocolate, maybe thats where Kanya got that pattern from as well? Ray is VERY helpfull, Im sure if you contact her she will be able to help.
at Chocolate Den you must ask for structure sheets, the last time I was there it was hidden away! Im assuming ur in the Johannesburg area? Have you been to Linda's bake in Melville? Im sure they had that design late last year.
The ones here are also reversible, but ours are a lot bigger, about 10x15".   How do you use it with ganashe?   K8, those ones from country kitchen looks like the structure sheets we get in SA
  I normally dont wash my moulds, just wipe with a paper towel, but you cant do it with these, the folds seems to trap bits of chocolate. Maybe they are supposed to be used once, though I get a few rounds out of mine
found a US Supplier
 those on the bonbons are transfer sheets, not structure sheets. The structure sheet is like an impression mat, but it stiff plastic. You can re-use them as long as they are not cracked. I found that mine cracked after a couple of washes, maybe because of the hot water? They are not very large, 10x15" if my calculation is correct. Its quite easy to line them up though if you need to do a large cake.   Im sure they must be available in the US, however its probably called...
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