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Any good online stores that sell the embossing rollers for fondant? I'm trying to find a store with some variety. Any ideas??? TIA
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anyone?
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I've gotten some of mine from Creations By Edith
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not online but someone posted last week that at the dollar tree they found paper crimpers in the scrapbooking section that they felt they could use as embossers.
do a search for dollar tree and it should come up

hth
tara
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Thank you both so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I have a couple I got online from the UK - but I find that drinking water bottles have some great patterns on them and filled with water you can use them too. I also look at all the bottles I pass in the store now and imagine them as rolling pins icon_wink.gificon_wink.gif
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Wally World!!!!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by miriel

I've gotten some of mine from Creations By Edith



I just looked at the site. It looks like there are some good ones there but the photos aren't crisp. Miriel - when rolled, is the embossing crisp?

And gismo - what's Wally World?
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Originally Posted by miriel

I've gotten some of mine from Creations By Edith



I just looked at the site. It looks like there are some good ones there but the photos aren't crisp. Miriel - when rolled, is the embossing crisp?

And gismo - what's Wally World?
"A cake, Franck, is made of flour and water. My first car didn't cost $1200." - George Banks, Father of the Bride
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"A cake, Franck, is made of flour and water. My first car didn't cost $1200." - George Banks, Father of the Bride
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post #10 of 12
Embossing is crisp on those that I've gotten from Edith.

Wally World is Walmart I believe.
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Pfeil and Holling has a good assortment. I purchase mine from them.

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Originally Posted by miriel

I've gotten some of mine from Creations By Edith



I just looked at the site. It looks like there are some good ones there but the photos aren't crisp. Miriel - when rolled, is the embossing crisp?

And gismo - what's Wally World?



Oh! I just noticed you're from Orlando. If I recall correctly, Edith has a booth at the Sanford flea market. I'm not sure if she still has it (has been a few years since I've been to it). You might want to give her a call and ask so you can see the embossers before purchasing.
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