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Thank you :) This is a good possibility!
Oh thank you everyone, certainly some food for thought! I've traced them back to cupcakes made by Rosalind ****** so I'm guessing they have access to some amazing tools. I, too was sure I'd seen a mould in the past but as always, when you want something you can't find it! I'll post if I come up with anything :) Thanks again!
Does anyone know where I could get a mould of any sort like these cupcake toppers please? I'm assuming the bodies are moulded.
Hi, I would go with fondant. Candy clay or modelling chocolate can go soft and in warm climates often sticky.
Hi Corners, Sorry, I realized after I wrote that it sounded strange. I guess I really meant identifying markings as sometimes these wrappers are from China or another international country and someone may recognize something that others don't.
Has anyone used chocolate transfers when making chocolate coated oreos? When using an oreo cookie mould I read it was easy to use a 2" circle cutter (like for scrap booking). I purchased a Sullivans brand and it won't cut through the plastic backing of the transfer. Does anyone know of a brand that does please?
Hi there, Is there no branding on the packets you already have?
Can anyone tell me if something this metallic looking is actually edible and safe? Understandably the maker doesn't give away her recipe but I've never seen anything this shiny?
Clever suggestions - thanks so much!
My apologies to whoever made this gorgeous cookie, I havn't found its creator. Does anyone have any idea how to create the textured look? I'm wanting to create the effect on fur royal icing.
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