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post #31 of 45
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MORSELSBYMARK
by pressing it to the damp towel, is that what makes it stick to the chocolate? I love this



Yes it is. It is such a fun canvas to work with icon_smile.gif
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post #32 of 45
Where do you get the EI for the oreos?
post #33 of 45
Last August we got wedding ones at Michaels. they weren't in with the candy molds, they were over in the wedding dept. It had 3 different styles per mold, and I think we paid $1.99 per mold, then of course used our coupons.....

Back in the mid 80's I had a homemade chocolate shop and we sold choc. covered oreo's, no design, just covered in chocolate, for $9.50 per lb.
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post #34 of 45
I just print on a normal sheet and cut my images out. I suppose you could use the small round icing sheets for cookies (Lucks and a few other places have them)
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post #35 of 45
MORSELSBYMARK
Don't want to appear "duh" here but am not understanding. You use a normal printer and normal piece of paper with stuff printed on it?
post #36 of 45
Leahs how did you do the bride and groom on your cookies? They're adorable!
post #37 of 45
I purchase them and glue them on with melted chocolate.
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post #38 of 45
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Don't want to appear "duh" here but am not understanding. You use a normal printer and normal piece of paper with stuff printed on it?



Lol - no, I'm using an ink jet printer with edible ink and frosting sheets
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post #39 of 45
lol Well I pretty much figured that but the way you said "normal" piece I wasn't sure. lol
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post #40 of 45
Thanks for the help guys!

Leah_S - I haven't been on CC consistently for a while and just now saw your new photo! Too cute! icon_smile.gif Love it!

-Michelle
post #41 of 45
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Originally Posted by toleshed

MORSELSBYMARK
Don't want to appear "duh" here but am not understanding. You use a normal printer and normal piece of paper with stuff printed on it?



Lol - no, I'm using an ink jet printer with edible ink and frosting sheets



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post #42 of 45
I've had good success with painting the raised surfaces with luster dust.
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post #43 of 45
where can I see Leah's bride and groom cookies....just purchased 3 different sets of molds... cant wait until they come...
post #44 of 45
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I've had good success with painting the raised surfaces with luster dust.
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You can also dry dust molds with luster dusts before putting the chocolate in... depending on how much dust you use, you'll get anywhere from a subtle effect to bold coloring.
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post #45 of 45
Didn't know that, thanks!!

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Originally Posted by korensmommy

I've had good success with painting the raised surfaces with luster dust.
Spinning Leaf has a Facebook page now where you can find coupon codes & post your photos.



You can also dry dust molds with luster dusts before putting the chocolate in... depending on how much dust you use, you'll get anywhere from a subtle effect to bold coloring.
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