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Wilton M129496 - Plantilla fondant 409-2563

Precio recomendado: EUR 13,79
Precio: EUR 9,80 Envío gratis.
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Envío en 4 a 5 días.
Vendido y enviado por Supermart USA.
Nuevos: 15 desde EUR 4,91
  • Molde flexible para fondant, mazapán y pasta de goma
  • Decoraciones de costura (botones, lazos, cintas)
  • Tamaño aproximadamente: 19,7 x 12,5 cm

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Con este molde flexible de Wilton para fondant, mazapán y pasta de goma, podrás crear fácilmente decoraciones de costura (botones, lazos, cintas…).

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1 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Worked great for making chocolates! 19 de junio de 2016
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
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I needed to make an ocean themed cake for a friend's birthday, but I hate using fondant or gum paste. I thought that these molds were really cute but I wasn't sure how well they would work for chocolate. As you can see in the pictures I did not use any of the borders or the coral decoration, they are really cute but I couldn't even imagine trying to remove anything cleanly out of those. The molds that I did use worked great! I melted the chocolate poured it into the mold and scraped off the excess for a smooth bottom.(I also popped them in the freezer to both speed up the process and promote a clean removal) I am going to warn you that the actual indents for the molds are quite thin, which I personally liked since I was using it for a cake I didn't want something really heavy. The mold actually seems to be pretty sturdy and since it is silicone you can bend it as you want to get your shape out without damaging! I would definitely recommend!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 4 de agosto de 2016
Por kenton gonzales - Publicado en
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Excellent Quality!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 23 de mayo de 2015
Por Tracy - Publicado en
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Mold is solid and easy to use!
14 de 14 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nice mold for making a quick fondant cake 25 de octubre de 2012
Por CraftingMama - Publicado en
This mold is incredibly easy to use. If it sticks it means you did not use enough cornstartch and/or your fondant is too sticky. If the fondant sticks to your fingers or hands while your kneading it you need more powdered sugar. The fondant has to be firm in order to use this mold. Once it's seasoned you'll find yourself using less & less corn starch. I use a 50/50 gumpaste/fondant mixture with this mold.

Side note: if you put too much corn starch on & your fondant looks powdery, just take your fondant brush, make sure it's dry & dust out off. If it still doesn't come off dampen your brush & try again.

I use Wilton's corn starch duster & deluxe brush set for all of my fondant/gumpaste work.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Too deep, produces too thick decorations. 7 de enero de 2012
Por tachi1 - Publicado en
This silicone mold is good, useful, and well made in the sense that it forms and embosses the design well on gum paste (haven't tried with fondant) and is easy to remove from the mold.

It does have a major design flaw, however, and it is that the mold is too deep. This results in overly thick designs that look awkward and forced when placed on a cake. The idea of delicate gum paste decorations is not that they stand out but that they look natural and softly pretty. These are so thick that the ribbons don't look like ribbon at all, even the buttons are too thick to look like buttons. They look like something you heavy-handedly plastered on--like something you made with clay instead of gum paste.

What makes it worse is that what should have been a convenient and fast way to decorate becomes unnecessarily cumbersome. If you fill each cavity less, there is no way to form evenly sized (or evenly leveled) decorations. It's OK with the buttons or even the bow, but it's hard to pull off an evenly thinner strip with the long ribbon pieces (especially if you need to make several matching ones to go around the cake). The other approach I tried is filling them to the top, rolling it evenly across, then removing it and rolling it to a thinner thickness. That doesn't work because you lose the embossing and even the contour. The only acceptable workaround is to roll it to the desired thickness first, then press and squeeze it into the mold, and then remove the formed pieces. The removing part is easier with the small parts, a bit move difficult with the longer ones as it's hard to do without ripping (although greasing it with shortening helps).

The whole mess could have been avoided by simply making the mold half as thick. Still, I love the design elements and--with more effort than should have been necessary--was able to produce a very attractive and delicate result.