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post #16 of 32
You're welcome! If I was closer, I would come over, not sure how much help I would be though! icon_wink.gif

(I LOVE those molds....I will get them one of these days!)
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post #17 of 32
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Originally Posted by Kitagrl

Is there a way to make one myself or is it something I have to buy?

Also do you suppose the Pink Cake Box lady just has those on hand or does the customer request a specific one?

I've never used cake jewelry before....but they are ordering the exact cake (minus a tier) so I guess I better figure out what goes on that bow. haha.



Try www.elegantlacemolds.com, or Jennifer Dontz has a couple on her site, www.sugardelites.com.
post #18 of 32
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Originally Posted by Kitagrl

Is there a way to make one myself or is it something I have to buy?

Also do you suppose the Pink Cake Box lady just has those on hand or does the customer request a specific one?

I've never used cake jewelry before....but they are ordering the exact cake (minus a tier) so I guess I better figure out what goes on that bow. haha.



Try www.elegantlacemolds.com, or Jennifer Dontz has a couple on her site, www.sugardelites.com.
post #19 of 32
Kitagrl, I just saw your cake -- it's darling! You can't tell that you had any problems at all. icon_smile.gif Isn't it funny all the stuff that goes on "behind the scenes," and you're thinking, "Geez, why did I ever say I'd do this?" The first cake I did last year was a nightmare -- big time. The cake boards collapsed as I was trying to dowel them, and NOTHING was going right. I'm crying and my husband is just looking on. But I kept going and covered the darn thing in BC, and it looked okay in the end. But, you guys are WAY ahead of me. Haven't done a cake in over 4 months, but I'm doing one for a friend in a couple of weeks. (Keepin' my fingers crossed.)

Loucinda, are there any tricks to working with Isomalt? I saw Buddy use it on his show and purchased a bag a while back. Can you pour it directly into the molds? Thanks for any advice you have!
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post #20 of 32
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PDX oh I know.....good thing the customers can't see my late night rants and raves as I struggle over a cake. haha.

There are ALOT of imperfections especially in person... There are a couple glass-smooth perfect ones here on CC and I know I can do it...I just can't do it. Yet. haha.

This one I was stressed because the guy paid a good amount of money on it (see pricing poll thread!) and also drove 1 1/2 hours each way to pick it up. He had gotten a LV purse from me several years ago and wanted this one. So I wanted it perfect.... he picked it up but it was raining and I explained to him about the toothpicks I had to cut off the straps (so making sure nobody ate the straps) and warning him not to touch the straps as they were fragile, and explaining how the cake is two layers with a board between and how to cut it...so he never really complimented or said anything nice about it because I was trying to hurry in the rain. icon_smile.gif

Well as long as I don't get hate mail about the straps falling off the cake in transit I guess its okay!
post #21 of 32
icon_smile.gif I'm sure she'll LOVE it! (I think the ranting and ravin' go with cake decorating -- my DH can't believe some of the words I've made up. LOL).

Have a GREAT weekend! icon_smile.gif
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post #22 of 32
Hi, again -- I just found another site: Decorate the Cake in Overland Park, KS. They also offer molds for brooches, cameos, bracelets, buttons, etc.

Here's the link: http://www.decoratethecake.com/store/WsDefault.asp?Cat=Molds&Sub=35&isThumbs=Yes&Thumbs=100

HTH.
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post #23 of 32
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Originally Posted by PDXSweetTreats

Hi, again -- I just found another site: Decorate the Cake in Overland Park, KS. They also offer molds for brooches, cameos, bracelets, buttons, etc.

Here's the link: http://www.decoratethecake.com/store/WsDefault.asp?Cat=Molds&Sub=35&isThumbs=Yes&Thumbs=100

HTH.



Ooooh love the buttons! Saving this link...thanks!
post #24 of 32

Atemanli - you don't need to go into every single thread that you like and comment "I like...". That is then for Facebook.

Of course everyone has the right to comment on a thread and express their opinions, but by doing what you've done now you have filled up the first pages with a ton of old threads as when you do comment it brings it to the front pages and we have to browse through all that before we can see what is happening.

 

This is quite annoying.

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post #25 of 32
I think atemanli is trying to get his/her post count up so he/she won't be a "newbie" anymore...
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I think they're trying to get us to go to their website by spamming heaps of threads
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I think they're trying to get us to go to their website by spamming heaps of threads

 

 

This. 

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deborahanne

http://grandmasugarskitchen.blogspot.com/
http://fromlinetocolor.blogspot.ca/

Life begins at 325° F, and, yes, that IS powdered sugar in my hair.

Baby Shower
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Birthday Cakes
(6 photos)
Christmas
(6 photos)
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post #28 of 32
Oh! Yeah, you're right. I'm on the mobile site so I can't see the signatures
post #29 of 32

kitagirl, I knew when I was reading this earlier I knew of a place to buy brooches much cheaper than shown.  I have a link here for you to look at and see if any meet your needs.  www.diamondpartyconfetti.com  Good luck!

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post #30 of 32

I just purchased some rhinestone buttons with really pretty designs at hobby lobby, they were very inexpensive.

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