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Catalogue and price list - November 2013
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Thank you for ordering our catalogue. FPC Sugarcraft is a family business, based in Bristol, UK. We
are pleased to offer you a range of unique high quality silicone moulds, for cupcake and celebration
cake decorations. All of our moulds are designed and manufactured in-house. The majority are hand
sculpted by ourselves, with a few designs derived from found items. For the most up to date list of
our products, please visit our website: www.fpcsugarcraft.co.uk
Delivery to the UK
FPC Sugarcraft Ltd
0117 985 3249
FPC Sugarcraft Ltd
Bristol BS5 8BN
We deliver using Royal Mail First Class within
Postage & Packing:
For the first item
For each extra item add
Ordering and payment
You may order our products using any of the following methods:
Online Please visit our website: www.fpcsugarcraft.co.uk
Please send your requirements to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit our eBay shop: FPC Sugarcraft Ltd
Please send your requirements to the address shown above
Phone Please call 0117 985 3249 and we will take your requirements
The total to pay will be cost of the items selected plus postage and packing as detailed in the section
entitled ‘Delivery’ above.
We can accept payment by credit or debit card, cheque, postal order or PayPal. Please make cheques
and postal orders to ‘FPC Sugarcraft Ltd’.
If you wish to pay by credit/debit card, please provide a contact telephone number or call :
0117 985 3249. Please note, we do not recommend sending card details using email.
Your purchases are covered by the UK Distance Selling Regulations. These are in place for your
protection. If you are in any way dissatisfied with your purchases, we will gladly take them back and
refund the cost.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Note that some moulds with deep, narrow
cavities (such as the baby shoe moulds) or with
undercuts (such as the sleeping baby moulds) can require
significant care to both fully fill the mould and to
remove the model successfully. In order to release the
impression without distortion, the filled mould can
be frozen for 20-30 minutes to harden the paste first.
Our moulds can be used and re-used many times. They
can be washed with household detergent like any other
kitchen equipment. As with all new kitchen equipment, we
recommend that our moulds are washed prior to first use.
Making the impression
We recommend using either a 50:50 mixture of sugarpaste
and flower paste (rolled fondant and gum paste in US
terms), or sugarpaste mixed with CMC or gum tragacanth.
When using CMC or gum tragacanth, the recommended
proportions are one level teaspoon of CMC or gum to 250
grams of sugarpaste. (One level teaspoon CMC or gum
weighs about 2.5 grams. In Imperial measure the proportion
would be about 1/8 oz CMC or gum to 1/2 lb sugarpaste.)
If this method is used leave the resulting impression on
a flat surface dusted with cornflour to dry since the cold
surface of the paste will attract moisture.
The paste needs to be well mixed, smooth, and free of cracks.
In addition to the medium you intend to use you will need
a small artist’s palette knife or similar. A small tied muslin
bag filled with cornflour (cornstarch) may also be of use.
The examples on our website (www.fpcsugarcraft.co.uk)
were coloured mostly by using Sugarflair brand paste
colours diluted in a 90% isopropyl alcohol, 10%
water mix. This can be purchased ready mixed through
sugarcraft suppliers and is called “painting medium”,
or “thinning solution”. You can also use a high strength
liquor like Polish Vodka, but it must be 90%
alcohol. Normal strength vodka or gin (40%) have too
high a water content to give good results. The high
proportion of alcohol (at 90%) means that most of the
liquid evaporates before the surface of the sugar paste
starts to dissolve.
When dry the impressions can be coloured with
either edible dusts or paste colours diluted with alcohol.
Colouring the impression
Using a lump of paste judged big enough to just fill
the mould, press it into the cavities using your fingers
and thumbs, or a small rolling pin. Any surplus can be
removed using the palette knife or similar. Use a
sawing action from the centre of the paste outwards to
leave the paste flush with the surface of the mould. Do
not try to force the knife through the paste, but allow
the sawing action to make the cut. You can stabilise the
paste in front of the cut using the fingers of your other
hand. This is easier to do than describe! The technique is
quite simple and can be acquired with a little practice.
It is important also not to overload the brush. If the first
coat of colour is too thin, wait until the surface is dry
before going over it again with another coat, otherwise
you will just lift off the first coat and it will streak. Using this
method, try to build up layers of colour to give the subjects
depth, much in the same way as a water colour picture.
You should then be able to remove the formed impression
by gently flexing the mould. Depending on the exact
mixture you are using it should pop out cleanly when turned
over. If there is any tendency for the paste to stick, a light
dusting of cornflour (cornstarch) on the ball of paste will
If using dusts as a colouring medium, apply them
with a soft chisel edge brush when the surface of
the decoration is hard enough not to be distorted
but not totally dry (leather hard, in other words).
© FPC Sugarcraft 2013
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Alice in Wonderland
Art Deco Flowers
Art Nouveau Flowers
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Baby Feet (1)
Baby Feet (2)
Baby Shoes & Bow
Baby Sleep Suit
Baby Sweet Dreams
Bib & Bottle
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Bottle & Glass
Bottle & Glass
Buckle & Bow
Butterfly & Bee
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Celtic Heart Knot
Celtic Love Knot
Chalice & Host
Chinese Dragon (Left)
Chinese Dragon (Right)
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Comedy &Tragedy Masks
Crown & Flag
Comedy & Tragedy Masks
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Duck & Bunny
Doves & Hearts
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