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New Baby mould – Behind the Scenes and Step by Step Guide

New Baby mould – Behind the Scenes and Step by Step Guide

We have something a bit different for you today! A lot of work goes into creating these moulds and we thought we would give you a behind the scenes look at our new Baby moulds!

Doreen and Graeme are our ideas people, they put so much time (and love) into every mould and even though sometimes it takes a few tests  to get it right, the end product is definitely worth the time!
Quite often in our Craft Room we will have multiple designs where we have tested a prototype and then made minute changes to the design.
Doreen has taken these photos to demonstrate how they test the moulds, but it also works as a Step by Step Guide for how to use them!
Here’s the Baby Boy mould:

 

 

 

 

And the Baby Girl mould:

 

 

 

 

 

When the moulds are perfect we then have to make sample cakes with them to photograph and share! This involves painting and making sure the design is as good as it can possibly look!
And that’s how we end up with this beautiful image of a beautiful baby girl!
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Shirley Dawson - January 13, 2020

I work in porcelain paste and decorate eggs. The egg is usually cut to resemble a crib or prom. The eggs usually used are goose eggs, ideal for a decoration on a cake if made in sugar paste or in porcelain paste as a keepsake. Some group members require ‘naked’ babies for porcelain paste so that they can be dressed in lace etc. Do you ever make moulds of naked babies either kneeling or on their backs. Your moods look lovely, could you give me the dimensions before I order any. Yhank you for your time.

Kindest regards,

Shirley

Shirley Dawson - January 13, 2020

I work in porcelain paste and decorate eggs. The egg is usually cut to resemble a crib or prom. The eggs usually used are goose eggs, ideal for a decoration on a cake if made in sugar paste or in porcelain paste as a keepsake. Some group members require ‘naked’ babies for porcelain paste so that they can be dressed in lace etc. Do you ever make moulds of naked babies either kneeling or on their backs. Your moods look lovely, could you give me the dimensions before I order any. Yhank you for your time.

Kindest regards,

Shirley

Pam Whitehead - September 24, 2019

This is most helpful thanks

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