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Cheaper alternative to Lakeland icing mats?

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DorisShuttAgainstGhosts Wed 02-Oct-13 12:38:08

Lakeland do these mats which I am sorely tempted by for use on my Christmas cake (can you tell it's my first Christmas cake?!), but they are a bit expensive.

Has anyone seen an alternative? I'm looking to create raised snowflakes - so a mat or an icing cutter/stamper would be fabulous as I am notoriously cack-handed with icing so piping isn't really a viable option. Spread and paste is the plan!

TIA! thanks

eringramochroi Wed 02-Oct-13 17:33:18

If you look here

There are some cutters and silicone moulds at more reasonable prices.

nannycook Wed 02-Oct-13 22:29:09

oh doris thats so expensive, if you want some simple snowflake cutters, i got mine from amazon, 3 in a pack,( plungers) cut them out leave to dry and put then put some glitter on, so effective, i did it on my xmas cake last year. i'll put a pic on so you'll have to click on my profile page.

DorisShuttAgainstGhosts Thu 03-Oct-13 07:38:24

Wow nannycook that cake looks lovely, and exactly the style I want (although mine might have the addition of several Santa Clauses, reindeers and various other bits of plastic grin )

Eringramochroi - that website is great. I can see me spending a small fortune!

Thanks! thanks

nannycook Thu 03-Oct-13 08:56:07

you can always do a snowy scene rather that fondant icing and put what you want on top. they look so pretty with all the glitter on.

Fifi1963 Fri 04-Oct-13 10:43:00

Have you tried

they do both ready made cake decorations and colours/glitters/icing/cutters to make your own

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