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post #16 of 23

ApplegumPam--you are right.  That white foamy mold was made by Elegant Lace Molds..aka Carol Webb at the Cakery.  Caljava ( caljavaonline.com ) must have bought her out--but I don't think they are making them any more.. If you go to their website, then in closeout section.., they have a few left, but not this style. They are/were super easy to use, and fast fast fast.  I have quite of few of those molds, and use them often.

I uploaded a cake today that used one of their molds.

post #17 of 23
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the ones that had a kind of weirdy sueded almost fuzzy surface?

 

they laminated re-cycled flannel pajamas ---

 

:lol:

Yummy want one of those now.

post #18 of 23

not the same but here are some possibilities:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/166879654/silicone-mold-new-elegant-lace-mold-025?ref=shop_home_active

 

Actually that etsy site has many options and they ship globally :)

post #19 of 23
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not the same but here are some possibilities:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/166879654/silicone-mold-new-elegant-lace-mold-025?ref=shop_home_active

 

Actually that etsy site has many options and they ship globally :)

I ordered a mold from that site once, and it stunk so bad, like some horrible science project. I washed it, soaked it in vinegar, then baking soda, then vinegar again, then bleach. STUNK LIKE HELL STILL. I resorted to molding some MYOM material in it, then used the Release-dit product on it, and made a new mold out of it. It cost $60 for the mold plus shipping, then 3 hours, and $20 more in MYOM.

 

BTW, when I emailed to company to ask if they were SURE it was food safe, Bum himself told me "Don't worry about it!" O_o

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post #20 of 23

The sugar delites & decorate the cake molds are the same and are also what is used on this cake, IMO.  The one at decorate the cake is a penny cheaper.   If you look at the second tier you can see the same pattern as the molds.  You all probably figured that out already - just my 2 cents.

post #21 of 23
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You were right, rvchevamp, it was the one in the link you posted. I received it on time and used it for the top tier of the cake ball wedding cake I did in December (link to the photo in my profile here: http://cdn.cakecentral.com/2/2e/900x900px-LL-2e38e163_tier2.jpeg)

post #22 of 23
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You were right, rvchevamp, it was the one in the link you posted. I received it on time and used it for the top tier of the cake ball wedding cake I did in December (link to the photo in my profile here: http://cdn.cakecentral.com/2/2e/900x900px-LL-2e38e163_tier2.jpeg)

Oh, good, glad that helped out. Nice cake, too.

post #23 of 23

Great molds at global sugar and also on Etsy.pdf.  Almost idenitical

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