Create the most amazing Christmas tree decorations using this festive mould from Katy Sue Designs.
The mould design features a gorgeous, rustic Christmas tree that not only works as its own focal cake decoration, but parts can also be used to decorate other smaller seasonal treats as well.
The mould comes with additional snowflakes, holly bows, candy canes and more, allowing you to decorate your Christmas tree or use them as little embellishments on other areas of your Christmas cakes and cupcakes.
For a snowy effect, try using green sugarpaste for the tree and use a little white lustre dust to get sprinkling of snow.
The mould can be used with a variety of different mediums including: sugarpaste/fondant, flower paste, modelling paste, marzipan and modelling chocolate.
The Karen Davies Mould range is made from food grade, durable silicone that can be used over and over again. Karen Davies are a well-established brand with many years decorating and manufacturing experience so you can rest assured that the mould is of the highest quality and detail.
Each mould comes with full instructions in the packet on how to use and the amounts of sugarpaste required for each design.
Wash the mould with warm, soapy water and dry thoroughly before use.
How to use:
1. Shake cornflour into the mould and tap out the excess
2. Knead your paste until it is smooth and press into the mould. Use your fingers to guide any excess over to one side and move the excess paste away with your thumb. Ensure that the design/figure is flat at the back.
3. Turn the mould over and use the tab to gently pull the mould back, releasing the paste.
4. Allow the design to dry before attaching to the cake.
Mould design approximate sizes:
Christmas tree: 7” x 4”
Branch: 3” x 1”
Additional decorations range between 0.5” and 1.5”
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Next Working Day Delivery (UK)
When Choosing DPD:
Any order placed before 4pm (3:30pm for edible images*) Monday - Friday, with the Next Working Day Delivery option selected, will be dispatched the same business day (Monday - Friday). Orders placed after 4pm using this method will be dispatched on the next working day.
When Choosing Yodel:
Any order placed before 8pm (3:30pm for edible images*) Monday - Friday, with the Next Working Day Delivery option selected, will be dispatched the same business day (Monday - Friday). Orders placed after 8pm using this method will be dispatched on the next working day.
A signature is required for this method, so you will need to be at the delivery address to sign for it. Please allow an additional 24 hours for any order to be delivered to the Scottish Highlands. Please also be aware that any deliveries to Northern Ireland with a 'BT' postcode will usually take three days to arrive (on 2 Day Northern Ireland Delivery).
Any order containing a product that is listed as a preorder, will be held until the preordered item has arrived in stock. Orders containing a preorder cannot be split, if other items are needed before the expected delivery date, these items should be ordered separately.
Weekend Deliveries (UK)
When Choosing DPD:
Any order placed before 4pm* on Friday, with the "Saturday Delivery" or "Sunday Delivery" option selected, will be dispatched on the same day for delivery between the hours of 8am - 6pm on the selected day.
When Choosing Yodel:
Any order placed before 7pm* on Friday, with the "Saturday Delivery" or "Sunday Delivery" option selected, will be dispatched on the same day for delivery between the hours of 8am - 6pm on the selected day.
A signature is required for these methods, so somebody will need to be at the delivery address to sign for it. If the order is placed after the 4pm cut-off on a Friday, the order will be dispatched for delivery on the following weekend. Please note we are unable to guarantee any order being dispatched to the Scottish Highlands or Islands to arrive within the quoted time frame.
*Orders for edible images have a cut-off time of 3:30pm – orders placed after this time will be dispatched for delivery the following week day.