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Diamond Netting by Zoe Clark Cake Stencil Side by Designer Stencils - 2 cm Diamonds

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Elevate your cakes with our Diamond Netting, designed by London-Australian cake decorator Zoe Clark. Delicate and exclusive, this pattern will add a touch of sophistication to your creations. Perfect for luxury events and artistic displays. Available in1 cm, 1.5 cm, and 2 cm diamond sizes.
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Each Design Size: 6" h x 12" w
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Stencil Sheet with Tab: 71/4" h x 15 1/4" w
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Contact ustoday or start a chat conversation with usif you need thisin a different sizes, or need it customized in any way.
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Please contact us using ourRequest for a Quoteform if you have adesign you need turned into a stencilfor your cake.
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10 mil food-grade Mylar (g reater durability than standard acetate)
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Works with buttercream, fondant, airbrushing, powdered sugar, etc.
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Can be repeated along the perimeter of any cake.
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Works on round, square or rectangular cakes
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Design can be used vertically or horizontally
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Made in the USA
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Make sure iced cake is completely dry. You can either let dry overnight, or put in fridge or freezer for about 30 minutes.
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Pin cake stencil to the side of your cake, making sure that all parts are completelyflat against surface. Make sure the stencil is level on the cake.
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Apply a creamy consistency of icing usingan rubber oroffset spatula to spread a generousamount of royal icing over stencil, being sure to cover all the holes on the stencil.
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Usinga cake smoother or the back ofan icing spatula, remove the excessicing from the stencil. Be careful not to remove too much of the icing, you want about 2 mm of royal icing to remain on the cake so as to ensure that the pattern comes out well (or at least the thickness of the stencil sheet itself.
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Gentlyremove the stencil from one side to the other (don't just pull it off, it may disturb the design).
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To repeat the design horizontally or vertically,Allow the icing to completely dry before using the stencil on the uncovered portions of the cake. Be sure to start from the point where the previous stencil pattern ended. Continue this process until all the cake sides have been covered.
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You also want the stencil to be cleaned off completely between stenciling so that the openings are free of dried icing.
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Once that is dry, feel free to airbrush on top of this, or embellish with luster dust, candies, drips just to name a few.
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