FMM Upper Case Funky Alphabet & Number Tappit Cutters Set
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- Use with gumpaste and fondant
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- in the end the letters turn out cute and they give the cake a clean and professional look (I have always piped letters in the past and it just doesn't looked as good)
- The letters do not come apart. They are strapped vertically together on ruler looking things in sets of 5.
- You have to roll the fondant/gum paste to to the perfect thickness. If you roll it too thin you lose some of the detail. If you roll it too thick you end up having to cut it out or if you push down harder you get an imprint of the ruler thing holding it together.
Tips for using. Since this took me forever to figure out I'll share what finally worked for me. I worked with Marshmallow fondant. I added some gum tex and let the fondant sit for a while. When it was really firm I kneaded it using a little shortening until it was workable and rolled it out. The first couple of letters i pulled out came out all stretched but if you put them back into shape on some waxed paper they harden the way they should and still look great. Another option is after rolling out the fondant wait for it to harden a little and then try cutting. If you have enough of the tex in it they pull out nicely without breaking.
In short these letters are kind of a pain but for as inexpensive as they are they are totally worth it.
I posted pictures of the letters on my cake (is the baby shower one that has the words "Oh Boy"). I used Satin Ice Dark Chocolate Fondant rolled very thin and followed the instructions on the video above and what you see on the cake is what I got on my FIRST TRY: no broken letters, no stuck letters, no shaggy borders, just a lot of fun to work with and beautiful results! The only tip I have is that you should let the letters dry a few minutes before handling them; I tried putting them on the cake as they came out of the cutter but they were too flimsy and made it very hard to handle them. Once they were a bit dry they were very easy to put on without messing them up =D
I hope you find this review helpful and that you can enjoy working with the letters!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Haven't used the letters yet but it's missing zero. This set contains 26 letters and numbers 1-9, what happens if I need to make the number 10?Published 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
very nice this comes in handy my hand writting is not all that great anymore so i use these for the printing on my cakes.Published 1 month ago by Trenell Dawkins
Made beautiful fondant Letter. It took my cake to another level.Published 1 month ago by Elsa Garcia
I love these cutters. They are a little hard to work with but definitely worth the effort. They make such pretty letters and I'm not good at all at writing on cakes with royal... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mama JN
A little tricky getting the gum paste out of the cutters as some of the letters are very skinny in certain places. I needed a needle to poke the gumpaste to get it out. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Afroze
great, well made easy to use letter cutters. this is an easy way to add some piazza to any cake!Published 3 months ago by lisa
The font of the letters are really cute, but it's very difficult to try and cut the letters you need since they come attached to a strip of other letters, and they're not... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Boy mom
Love these letters! They take a bit of practice to get used to using, but once you get the hang of them they are pretty easy to use. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J.F.A