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These are the molds you have been waiting for!  Enhance cakes, cookies and candies
with the set of four molds.  You won't believe how easy it is to create gorgeous
swags, tie bows, loopy bows, pillars and so much more!  Step-by-step instructions
included with the mold.      ORDER THE ELEGANT MOLD SET   $8.99

MOLD ONE:  Now you can achieve that elegant
draped fabric look with little work!  Four sizes can
be made to fit almost any cake.  Gorgeous traditional
swags look so elegant!



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MOLD TWO:  Use the swag accessory mold to
accent your molded swags.  Drape a swag 
between two pillars, use the coned ruffle, tassel,
or long drape between two swags... the list can
go on with your own creativity!


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MOLD THREE:  Create two sizes of tie bows; 
finished bows are 4" and 2.5" wide.  Each loop
is 3" x 3/4", which will create a 6" x 3 1/2" loopy bow
Loops may be shortened for a smaller bow. 
(instructions included with mold set)
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MOLD FOUR:  The mini mold includes everything
in molds 1, 2 and 3, but in miniature!  Simply
perfect for mini tier cakes, cookies and candies!
Four sizes of swags, two sizes of tie bows, and
easy bow and accessories to match swags.
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LOOK HOW EASY IT IS TO MAKE THE SWAGS AND ACCESSORIES

1.  Spray mold with a cooking spray.  Wipe out
excess oil with a paper towel.  Knead rolled fondant.
Put kneaded rolled fondant which is smooth and free
of creases into the mold cavity being sure to get 
fondant into every detail.  Push fondant into mold.
Remove excess fondant so that the fondant is only
inside the cavity.
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2.  Smooth the edges of the fondant that is inside the
mold by using pointer finger to gently push the edges
of the fondant toward the fondant in the mold.
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3.  To remove the fondant piece from the mold, push
a bit of additional fondant against the fondant in the
mold to adhere.  Pull up on the additional fondant and
it will pull the molded fondant away from the mold.
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4.  Use dusting powders to color your molded piece
if desired.
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5.  Attach to cake with icing.
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LOOK HOW EASY IT IS TO MAKE THE TIE BOWS AND LOOPY BOWS

1.  Spray mold with a cooking spray.  Wipe out
excess oil with a paper towel.  Knead rolled fondant.
Form a "snake" the length of the bow loop cavity. 
Push fondant firmly into bow loop cavity.
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2.  Use a rolling pin to smooth.  Remove excess
fondant from around the mold so fondant is only
inside the cavity.  Smooth the edges of the fondant
that is inside the mold by using pointer finger to
gently push the edges of the fondant toward the
fondant in the mold.  To create a bow with pearl
edges:  before removing bow, attach molded pearl
strands to each side with piping gel.  Click here for 
more information on pearl strands.

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3.  To remove the fondant piece from the mold, push
a bit of additional fondant against the fondant in the
mold to adhere.  Pull up on the additional fondant and
it will pull the molded fondant away from the mold.
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4.  Balance a nonstick rolling pin or sprayed dowel
between the spouts of identical measuring cups.  
Attach ends together to form a loop (push ends 
together, attaching with piping gel.  Allow to harden for 
several hours (overnight is best).  Use dusting
powders to color your molded loops.  Arrange loops
into a bow.
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