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I'm all about having various Impression Mats or Embossers in my Cake Box, especially when they come in handy when adding definition and bringing creations to life. So when I came across these Embossed Moulds as they call them and how cheap they were, I wondered if they were really worth a buy.

To be honest, I usually stick with my go-to places for cake supplies, but after reading some of the reviews on these, I thought for a second and then did a quick impulse buy.

So after using them, I pleased to report the following findings...

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How many designs are there?

There are 9 in total. However, on the website, the patterns are described as:

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  • Brick
  • Pebble Stone
  • Wood Grain
  • Bow Ties
  • Flower
  • Wall
  • Heart Shapes
What size are the embossers?
  • The embossers are approximately 15 cm in length.

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  • By 7 cm high.
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Are the mould stamps flexible?
  • No, they are rigid and stiff.

How do you hold the embossers?
  • You can either hold them at the outer edges or use the handle in the middle.

How much do they weigh?
  • The embossing stamps range in weight; they vary from 25 grams up to 54 grams depending on how much plastic has been used in the pattern.
How do you clean them?
  • According to the website, they are Dishwasher Safe or Hand Wash in hot soapy water. (I've washed them in hot soapy water).

What are they made of?
  • Food Safe Grade Plastic

What do the patterns look like?
  • This is the heart design that would be perfect for Valentine's Day or Baby Shower toppers.

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  • I class this as a lattice design, perfect for an Indian or Morrocan theme, perhaps?

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  • Ring/Circular Design reminds me of old school computer graphics, which may be good for birthday boy toppers.

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  • I'm assuming this is the one they describe as 'bow tie'. However, when I took the pictures, I had no idea of the name of it. Hence the reason it has been photographed two ways. The pattern in between reminds me of a moustache, so that would be great for Movember!

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  • This one reminds me of a plant/hedge pattern.

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  • Again this could be used on Baby Shower, or Christening themed Toppers.

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  • The pictures displayed on the website show this design to be a little more 3D. I only pushed the embosser lightly on the fondant due to it being a very hot day, and the fondant was tacky, so I didn't want it sticking and tearing.

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  • This design would suit Baby Showers and Mother's Day toppers.

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  • This would be the pebble stone design which is really effective.

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What can you use the embossers for?

  • You could imprint cookies, cakes, cupcakes and much more.

Slight Imperfection
  • I must confess that upon receipt of the embossers, I found that one of them was slightly curved, although not enough for it not to work properly.

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How much were they?
  • I paid £7.78 for these and to be honest for less than a pound apiece they are perfect for the price.

Conclusion
  • Overall I like the quality, the price and the patterns they created, so I'm happy to recommend.



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