A bride is wanting me to design a wedding cake inspired by the lace scrolls on the attached picture. Any idea where to find the scroll cutters or molds? I have looked everywhere and can't seem to find anything similar. Your help is much appreciated. Thank you!
HELP FINDING SCROLLS FOR CAKE
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there's not too many--i would cut out those shapes and use both ends of the ball tool to curl the edges up like that- the small ball for the skinny more linear scrolls--the big end for the larger end pieces-if you practice a bit you can get there--then just make the flowers out of a flower cutter and small blossoms linked together--i would make it up--
there's probably cutters out there but i mean how often you gonna really use 'em? and they cost a fortune--
or you could even over pipe the edges to get the texture/depth there--maybe brush the piping to make it look seamless
and of course there's those big rose petals too--that makes it even easier visually too--just plop those around --
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I have a set of metal scroll cutters, then I would place them between a doublesided lace mold and press in a design. I have used the Gem Cutter Scrolls and loved them. They impress a design in each. The only thing I would add is to lightly apply a coat of Crisco to the surface of the paste you're about to cut and it will come right out of the cutter/mold.