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Where can I buy jelly moulds at short notice!!

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medellqlh Thu 11-Apr-13 12:00:37

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trixymalixy Fri 23-Jan-09 19:58:08

I treid TK Maxx, they didn't have any.

I managed to get a rabit one in Debenhams in the end.

Thanks everyone for your suggestions!!

naswm Fri 23-Jan-09 19:47:39

fwiw I have never had success with jelly moulds

always ends up flopping out in a mess !

scampadoodle Fri 23-Jan-09 19:46:42

Have you got one of those cheapo-sell-everything shops near you (Poundland or poor man's version of)? My local one had jelly moulds last time I looked.

(Woolworths we miss you!)

stanausauruswrecks Fri 23-Jan-09 19:42:37

Have you tried TKMaxx? Their homeware dept always seems full of moulds (not the fungal type) and cake tins

trixymalixy Thu 22-Jan-09 23:53:28

Ooh hadn't considered using something else as a jelly mould, will need to have a rummage around in my cupboards.

i had a look at the JL website and they don't have any on. Do you think they might have some in store that aren't on the website?

I don't have an Elizabeth David near me. I'm in Glasgow.

Is jelly just not as fashionable for kids parties anymore?

moondog Thu 22-Jan-09 23:17:35

I got little single ones form GLTC or Urchin (mail order).Kids love them.

Poledra Thu 22-Jan-09 23:13:58

Or do you have an Elizabeth David near you?

Poledra Thu 22-Jan-09 23:11:32

John Lewis maybe?

Booboobedoo Thu 22-Jan-09 23:06:19

Couldn't find anywhere on the high street, but this page gives ideas of different containers that work well as jelly moulds.

NellieTheEllie Thu 22-Jan-09 23:02:07

my local sainsburys has individual paper ones in the party section. any good?

trixymalixy Thu 22-Jan-09 22:58:00

I assumed Lakeland would have them, but they didn't have a single one. I couldn't believe it!!

i have also tried the supermarkets with no joy.

I've left it too late to order one online,so does anyone have any ideas where I can buy one tomorrow on the high street?

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