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Super

“Patchwork Cutters”

published 12/06/2015

AdvantagesInexpensive, impressive result

DisadvantagesCan take a bit of practise to get good results

...a couple of times now, and it is a very cost-effective and not too time consuming way of bringing interest to a cake design, and it can also be used to decorate cupcakes. It cost me around £3.50 on Amazon. Patchwork are a well-known brand in cake decorating, and they specialise in plastic cutters which make life easier. This one can be used to either emboss (i.e. imprint) the pattern onto fondant...

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Excellent

AdvantagesCheap, plastic so keep their shape, come in 3 sizes

DisadvantagesBit fiddly, but so would any brand of snowflake cutter be

...I bought this set of 3 snowflake cutters from Wilkinsons for a ?Frozen? themed cake I was making for a customer. I had looked previously at snowflake cutter sets, but the branded versions cost around £9 which would have eaten into my profit too much, so I took a chance on these costing just £1.50 The set contains three cutters in different sizes, and they have a plunger which helps to release...

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Good

“A very fiddly cutter!”

published 13/10/2014

AdvantagesAvailable in different sizes, makes it easy to make sugar roses

DisadvantagesFiddly to use, difficult to remove paste without ripping

...As a cake decorator, the most popular and frequently requested flower for decorating cakes is the rose. There are many ways to make a sugar rose, including building the petals up individually by hand, but thankfully there is also a good selection of cutters available for the task. One of these is by JEM, and the one I am reviewing is the large rose cutter (110mm diameter) which costs around £3...

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