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post #16 of 56
So much new stuff! ... can't wait to check it out. Saw a few new items at Joann's yesterday but didn't have time to really examine anything. icon_smile.gif
post #17 of 56
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Originally Posted by LaWmn223

I purchased the new flower impression set and didnt know that there was a wire stem groove on the back of the form until I turned it over to wash it....Love it so far



Same here! Can't wait to use it!
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post #18 of 56
I just used the flower impression set for the first time and I have to say that I really like it. It is so convienent because what you need is all on two pieces....I just made some rose leaves and the veiner for that works and makes them looks great. I also purchased the global set the other day and cannot wait to use it.... icon_smile.gif
post #19 of 56
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Originally Posted by AKS

Has anyone tried the new dusts? They have pearl, metallic and colors.



The pearl dusts aren't new (the color dusts are, I don't know about the metallic.) I've had them for a few years now. I use the white/pearl colored one for pearls and the pink for cheeks on faces. They are not as pearly as the super pearl I bought from Jennifer Dontz, but they are pretty good for my purposes.
post #20 of 56
I just bought the button mold, can't wait to use it. I can't believe the great price! I have several "first impression" moulds and they are quite expensive. It's nice to have a less expensive option. Also I don't have to pay shipping and handling! I found mine at "JoAnns".
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post #21 of 56
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Originally Posted by SecretAgentCakeBaker

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Originally Posted by AKS

Has anyone tried the new dusts? They have pearl, metallic and colors.



The pearl dusts aren't new (the color dusts are, I don't know about the metallic.) I've had them for a few years now. I use the white/pearl colored one for pearls and the pink for cheeks on faces. They are not as pearly as the super pearl I bought from Jennifer Dontz, but they are pretty good for my purposes.



the color dusts aren't new either. i bought them from michaels last year when i did my wilton classes. thy didn't have the metalic set tho, but i have the other 2. the molds look pretty cool. i have never used one before. i got a michaels gift card for mothers day so i think i'll go check out all the new stuff!
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post #22 of 56
Oops, sorry! I'm wondering if Wilton was testing some products in different markets. I have never seen the color dust before yesterday. I go down the Wilton aisle of Joann, Michaels, and Hobby Lobby almost weekly. This is good, so maybe some people can give us a review. Chonte, how do you like the color dusts?
post #23 of 56
I bought, used and like the gumpaste flower cutter set, molds(love all 4 of them) and rosebuds. All great quality for a reasonable price.
post #24 of 56
I also stared at each product in the store, even have sugar sheets in Zebra!!! but Im wondering if they wont dissolve on the cake and when you cut into them, if they dont cut/tear right....

saw all the fondant toys also...I was like a kid in a candy store!

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post #25 of 56
Ohhh! just went to Joanns and saw their stuff. Plus there is a %60 off coupon from the mail which made my purchase even cheaper. I did see that duff also has new stuff including an air brush and cake jewelery. I do have a question. I bought the old wilton gumpase flower kit and am wondering if i should buy the new one or if it's too much of a repeat. i did notice that they have a calla lilli mold, dogwood mold and a rose mold. ok, i think i just talked myself into buying it.
post #26 of 56
Thanks for responding. I've never seen the color dusts before this week either. The pearl/metallic ones say that you mix it with clear vanilla (like super pearl) to paint it on. I'm not sure that the older ones said that. Oh well...
post #27 of 56
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Originally Posted by SecretAgentCakeBaker

Oops, sorry! I'm wondering if Wilton was testing some products in different markets. I have never seen the color dust before yesterday. I go down the Wilton aisle of Joann, Michaels, and Hobby Lobby almost weekly. This is good, so maybe some people can give us a review. Chonte, how do you like the color dusts?


sorry for some reason im not getting any notifications. the instructions on the package says to sprinkle them onto damp fondant/ gumpaste. i have tried mixing them with alcohol like u would a luster dust. they don't dont dislove as well as luster dust so i found i had to use a little more liguid when i mixed, other then that i like them, it's nice having non pearlized colors to play with!!
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post #28 of 56
I just saw this yesterday! I can't wait to buy them. Even if they end up cheap quality at least they'll be good for practice. I couldn't believe all that they had to offer. icon_smile.gif
post #29 of 56
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Originally Posted by Chonte

sorry for some reason im not getting any notifications. the instructions on the package says to sprinkle them onto damp fondant/ gumpaste. i have tried mixing them with alcohol like u would a luster dust. they don't dont dislove as well as luster dust so i found i had to use a little more liguid when i mixed, other then that i like them, it's nice having non pearlized colors to play with!!



Maybe y'all are talking about two different dusts.

Michaels/Wilton has had shimmer dusts for several years now. For them you wet the surface and sprinkle them on to it. They are sold in a three pack of colors.

http://www.wilton.com/store/site/product.cfm?id=BA17880D-802D-F658-09B3D5CAB5B536C6&fid=D78510FF-1E0B-C910-EABCD5B31A1EC135

Michaels/Wilton have also had their pearl line of dusts for about two years, increasing the colors offered last year. These are like luster dusts, as they have the shimmery effects to the colors. These come in a single package and is a tall skinny tube.

http://www.wilton.com/store/site/product.cfm?id=1B002240-423B-522D-F6C386AABC28C24A&killnav=1

This is the first time they have had the 'Color Dusts'. These would be like petal dusts, they are a matte dust.

http://www.wilton.com/store/site/product.cfm?id=B742E020-1E0B-C910-EADA7B50B94B99F5&fid=B7520B10-1E0B-C910-EA7F77DAB1D81CD8

I won't claim to be in the total know with all that is Wilton. But I have been teaching the Wilton classes at Michaels for 7 years now, and this is the first time I have heard of Wilton having actual 'color dusts'.
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post #30 of 56
So far, I can only get the low priced things. Bought the cake marker, one of the molds, the one with the pearls, the rotarty cutter, and the fine tweezers. I haven't had a chance to use them yet. Finished a cake last night, but it didn't require my new stuff yet.

I can't wait to get some more new things.

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