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I bought a double sided lace mold that I liked. What is the purpose of a double sided lace mold? Should I use both sides or just use one side?
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For use when you need a mirror image?
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I think it makes a better impression that way too. Never thought about it until you brought it up though. But the one double sided lace mold I do have, makes a better impression than any other.mold that is just one sided.
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cakestomuchAlan Tetreault from Global Sugar Art.com has a nice instructional video on double sided silicone lace molds. you'll learn how to use them, and their applications.  The two piece molds makes a fondant piece embossed on both sides, check out the video.

 

http://www.globalsugarart.com/videoTutorials.php?catid=10

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I think it makes a better impression that way too. Never thought about it until you brought it up though. But the one double sided lace mold I do have, makes a better impression than any other.mold that is just one sided.

Thanks for the info. I will try the mold in the next couple of days.
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cakestomuchAlan Tetreault from Global Sugar Art.com has a nice instructional video on double sided silicone lace molds. you'll learn how to use them, and their applications.  The two piece molds makes a fondant piece embossed on both sides, check out the video.

http://www.globalsugarart.com/videoTutorials.php?catid=10

I saw the video months ago before I bought the mold. Thanks for posting the link. I just watched it again.
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Anybody tried the models for make cake edible lace  (silicon mold fondant icing sugar ) that sell on ebay?
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You just don't give up do you?
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