How to use our fondant mold candy making mold.
Step 1: In order for your fondant or gumpaste not to stick to your mold, we suggest you dust the mold with cornstarch lightly and tap the mold to dust excess off.
Step 2: roll the fondant/gumpaste flat about 1/8 inch, not to thin and not to thick.
Step 3: take the flat rolled fondant/gumpaste and put it on top of the silicone mold. Then roll it flat to the silicone mold.
Step 4: Once you flat your fondant/gumpaste to the silicone mold, use the end of your rolling pin and just push the fondant/gumpaste into the grooves of the silicone.
Step 5: Then once you pushed your fondant/gumpaste into the grooves of the silicone mold, use again the end of the rolling pin and push off the excess of fondannt/gumpaste.
Step 6: Keep scraping off the excess, also that's then the palette knife comes in handy. Once you have a clean surface on your mold, let it sit there while. Let it sit there while you can roll another piece of fondant/gumpaste, for your next mold.
Step 7: Flip your silicone mold and gently start to peel it off. Be careful, some of the branches haven broken off and maybe you have to restart over again!
Step 8 : Gently and slowly keep pulling back. Sometimes you have to use a tooth pic, because there were areas that the gumpaste did get stuck.
Step 9: Once you peeled off your fondant/gumpaste, lay your pieces on parchment paper and let it dry.
Cake decoration mold size: 11.7*4.8*1cm
Quick and amazing - detailed impression areas imprint texture and dimension on gum paste or fondant shapes
Temperature range:-40~230 degree centigrade
Pliable and Flexible,Easy use and wash
Top rack dishwasher safe