Fondant Fruit Molds

I know this site is more about cookies than cakes, but I have a friend, and I need to make a cake for her one-year-old's birthday that is themed fruit. I can't find enough fondant molds in one place. If anyone knows where I can find them in the US, so I don't have to wait on customs, please let me know. I don't have much time. Thank you.

Bitsized Beginner - Kimberlie

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Kimberlie, Anne Marie is right, it really isn't hard, it's esentially like playing with modeling clay or Play Doh.

You could make cookie pop's to top the cake. There are a lot of fruit cookie cutters out there, peaches, apples, pears, bananas, strawberries etc.  If you don't have the time to wait for the cutters you could trace pictures of fruit and create templates to cut out the cookies.   Amber of @SweetAmbs has a great video tutorial for making cookie pops.  

Whatever you choose to do, you can do this.

pip posted:

Kimberlie, Anne Marie is right, it really isn't hard, it's esentially like playing with modeling clay or Play Doh.

You could make cookie pop's to top the cake. There are a lot of fruit cookie cutters out there, peaches, apples, pears, bananas, strawberries etc.  If you don't have the time to wait for the cutters you could trace pictures of fruit and create templates to cut out the cookies.   Amber of @SweetAmbs has a great video tutorial for making cookie pops.  

Whatever you choose to do, you can do this.

Thank you so much for the words of encouragement, your right I should really look at the alternatives. I have such bad OCD I worry about quality so much that the molds made me feel more comfortable. Time to start looking for cutters.

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