FIRST IMPRESSION MOLDS - Flowers
First Impressions Molds uses only the highest quality silicone to create molds used for a variety of mediums.
These molds are very soft and flexible and can easily go from as high as 450 degrees to the freezer without affecting the mold! Unlike other silicone molds, they are resistant to rips and tears. Best of all, they are odorless and nothing sticks to them!
These molds can be used in so many ways, the creative possibilities are endless: Fondant, Gumpaste, Candles, Royal Icing, Butter, Hard Candy, Candy Clay, Plaster, Dough, Pastillage Soap, Chocolate, Polymer Clay, Cold Porcelain, Gummy Candy, Marzipan, Gelatin, Ice.
Anemone FL184 - W: 10cm x D: 2cm
FL326 Classic Blossoms - H: 11cm x W: 4cm x D: 1.5cm
FL327 Large Flower & Leaf Set - H: 7cm x W: 8.5cm x D: 1.8cm
Blossom Set FL312 -
Large Flower W: 3cm x D: 0.8cm
Medium W: 2.3cm x D: 0.8cm
Small W: 2cm x D: 0.8cm
Tiny W: 1.3cm x D: 0.8cm
Cavity Information: Please be sure to note the number of cavities in each mold. If there is one piece pictured for a multiple cavity mold, each cavity is identical. If the mold consists of more than one kind of piece, the multiple cavities may be varied, but all will be present.
Take a piece of sugarpaste that you think will be enough to just fill the mold, knead it until it is smooth and roll it into a ball. Take a dusting puff* and dust the ball, then press it into the mold, making sure you capture all the detail and any undercuts*.
You can dust the top as you press the sugarpaste in if it begins to feel sticky. If you have excess paste after filling the mold you can either cut it off with a pair of scissors (careful not to clip the mold), pinch it off, or run a straight edge spatula across the top to remove the excess, then smooth it again.
If the mold is deep, highly detailed or has undercuts, you must place the filled mold into the refrigerator or freezer for 15-30 minutes depending on how deep the mold is to allow the sugarpaste to set firm and to make for easy de-molding.
After you have pressed your sugarpaste into the mold, you can simply pop the piece out by gently holding the mold with your thumbs on top and fingers on the bottom of the mold and flexing it out and up.
If you have placed the filled mold into the refrigerator or freezer simply remove it and de-mold, then place the finished piece on waxed paper to air dry.
* Dusting puff - fill the foot of one knee-high pair of pantyhose with a 1/4 cup of cornstarch, then tie it and cut off the excess, leaving about an inch extra at the top for holding onto.
* Undercuts - portions of the piece that are deeper into the bottom or side of the mold than the rest.