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Item# 1907-1306

Button Flower Fondant Cut & Press Set

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Give your cake the perfect finish! Create a beautifully-textured fondant and/or gum paste design in seconds with the Fondant Cut & Press. It's easy — just roll out fondant, gum paste or a 50/50 mixture, cut with the rectangular cutting edge, then place between the two sides and press sides together to imprint. Includes 2 piece cutter/press, instructions.

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Button Flower Fondant Cut & Press Set is rated 3.857142857142857 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The button flower is so cute. I love to add these to cakes because you get to blend two colors together opposite of each other. They also seem to give a cake that little spruce of happiness to it. It's almost as if the flower itself is smiling :) I enjoy making these flowers to add on a birthday cake. I'm very happy to have learned how to make these and many other flowers during all four of my Wilton cake decorating courses. I enjoyed this and almost feel like taking the classes all over again because it was so much fun. And learning so many other people's ideas you really get a lot out of these classes. Thanks Wilton :)
Date published: 2013-03-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This product has great potential but I had the same problems as other users had. It was very difficult to remove the flowers from the press without ruining them. I also had to press extremely hard to get the imprints to show up well - in turn, making them harder still to remove from the mold. I tried thick and thin fondant, 100% fondant, half and half fondant/gumpaste mix, and using more shortening - still the same issues. The only thing I didn't try was using pre-made fondant as mine was homemade marshmallow fondant. So overall, it worked about 50% of the time for me and it turned out to be more work than fun. :( We'll see what happens with pre-made fondant.
Date published: 2011-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is one of those products that works great, after you use it and 'season it'. It is difficult to get the flowers out---use the pointed tool and prick at the fondant--make a small hole on the back of the petal to use to lift the petals one by one--till the whole piece is loose. You can also put a small small amount of shortening on the edges. I love the result of these flowers--these are my girls favorite ones---at the moment! Same method goes for the leaf press as well!
Date published: 2011-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The 50% gum paste 50% of fondant works out better as far as imprint, ease of removal of flower and drying time. To remove from form without damage to the petal shape I make sure I use the knife tool to remove any excess mix on the sides of the mold, tap it upside down a couple of times and then use a regular (clean of course) sewing needle to pry one edge out. Once starts the rest of petals slide out. Being having good results with it.
Date published: 2013-03-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This Button Flower Fondant Cut and Press Set by Wilton is great because, it makes very uniform flowers and I like the art and craftly look with the polka dots and pattern design. I learned how to perfect this at my Flowers and Gum Paste class. I suggest get three or four sets when you have a big Celebration, then get your friends and family to do some to finish sooner. It sounds like more fun this way.
Date published: 2011-01-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This tool does cut a very pretty flower, but I make my own Marshmellow fondant and it is near impossible to get out of the mold. I attempted to use this for making 80 flowers for a wedding cupcake display and it was way too time consuming. I will use this again if needing only a few flowers because it really is a prettier shape than others but for bulk, will go back to regular cookie cutters.
Date published: 2011-01-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Adorable. If you are having trouble getting the texture to show up, you need to roll your fondant/gum paste a bit thicker, about 1/8". Also, roll the fondant/gum paste on a mat coated with vegetable shortening and place the side of fondant that faced the mat down against the indented side of the press to help prevent sticking.
Date published: 2011-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like this set for pre-teen and teen cakes. It works great for me, I usually go over the cavities with my dusting pouch before I mold. You have to push specifically on each flower to get all the detail from the mold. When he's willing to help, I get my husband to push the mold while I get the next piece of fondant ready. :)
Date published: 2011-01-11
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