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post #31 of 347
icon_lol.gif No problem, glad to help icon_smile.gif
post #32 of 347
I saw this post earlier last week and decided to order from SpinningLeaf. I am very pleased with their product and with their shipping. The plastic is so sturdy, these molds will last a lifetime.

I made the Oreo's last night...very easy and every one loved them.
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post #33 of 347
This may sound like a silly question but...the molds with designs in them like the footprint or dragonfly etc..do you have to brush that colored chocolate in first, let dry and then put in the dark chocolate?
I saw this some time ago and think they are fabulous. I just wonder how time consuming they are to do. Are they easy to release from the molds? How long does it take for it to set up?
suz
post #34 of 347
Ok.. Just melt your choc add some to the mold (plan or design ) add the oreo, add more melted choc to cove the oreo. Stick in the freezer to harden and pop put on parchment /wax paper ! Thats it super simple ! You will have to do a few to know how much choc you need to add before and after you add the oreo,and to see about how long it takes to harden.Im sure its a little different for each person ! I will say that after you add the 1st melted choc to tap the mld on the counter a few times to make sure your design ( if any ) is filled in and I also tap mine after its all added to get out any air bubbles.
post #35 of 347
1st: THANK YOU THANK YOU fiddlesticks! This website is so awesome. I love the molds, and they have so many diffrent desings.

2nd:Sweetcravings if you look at the website now they have an Oreo tutorial and it gives step by step instructions.
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post #36 of 347
These look great. Nice when you want to do something, but not a huge thing!!!
post #37 of 347
Thanks sooo much.
post #38 of 347
One more question..When looking at the tutorial it looks easy enought to use these molds but how on earth can you 'paint' the design on some of these molds..eg..snowflakes, small flowers or dots. It would seem very difficult to color such a small design with so much detail even with a small brush.
post #39 of 347
You can either paint the design and let it harden, then add the rest of the melted choc ,cookie etc ,or after its all done you can then add the detail ! And yes it can be a pain . But even if you add it before you can hold it up and look through the mold from the bottom and see if you like what you have before you finish it.
post #40 of 347
hi everyone!! i read through the post on here looking to see if anyone had any suggestions already on how to package them. can anyone give me some ideas? its for a baby shower and i am giving them as favors. Thnx so much!!! icon_biggrin.gif
post #41 of 347
I have seen people put them 2 to a little candy box with some shredded colored paper to match the event.And also in a small cookie bag ,again 2 cookies back to back so the design shows on both sides also with matching paper ribbon etc !
I think it depends on the event what you could come up with . Somthing ( container ) that goes with the theme of where they are ending up.
Maybe plain Oreos with persons name on it as a place marking just set on each plate to ?
post #42 of 347
thnx fiddlesticks!! i hadn't thought about a cookie bag and putting them back to back. thank you!!! love your work, its great!! icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif
post #43 of 347
angelatx Thanks ! I would love to see them when your done.
post #44 of 347
if they come out looking cute enough i will post them, lol!! not as talented as some on here. i am working on it tho! icon_biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by fiddlesticks

You can either paint the design and let it harden, then add the rest of the melted choc ,cookie etc ,or after its all done you can then add the detail ! And yes it can be a pain . But even if you add it before you can hold it up and look through the mold from the bottom and see if you like what you have before you finish it.



thanks so much. Onto my bday list they go. icon_biggrin.gif
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