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cascading lace cake stencilling

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
hi guys
just planning my wedding cake
id like to cascade lace down the cake and (see picture) these were what i was looking at doing
has anyone seen any stencils that would give similar results to these cakes?
thanks
sweet_toof
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post #2 of 5
The lace pieces on the left side cake are many many cutouts decorated with royal icing. They are added to the cake working from either a real piece of lace or a good photo.

You don't want to use a stencil because this way is easier and more effective. These pieces are made ahead (like even a month ahead) and stuck on with soft icing at the last minute.

Use google to look for icing lace--you will find tutorials and many images that you can choose from. Then you need paper patterns or small cutters to make the shapes. Sorry but CC always blocks my favourite site regardless of how I spell it. Google "sugarcraft dolores" and you will get there.
post #3 of 5
I don't see stenciling. I see molded lace on the left, hand piping on the right.

Rae
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post #4 of 5
Thread Starter 
where can i get lace moulds to mimic the cake on the left?
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Originally Posted by Sweet_Toof

where can i get lace moulds to mimic the cake on the left?



CK Products has some lace molds.
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