Patchwork Cutters STENCIL & CUTTER Poinsettia

Patchwork Cutters



Poinesttia Stencil and Cutter Set

This fabulous Poinsettia Garland stencil and cutter set is one of an amazing new range of products made by Marion Frost at Patchwork Cutters. Each pack contains a stencil for you to transfer a perfectly crisp design to your icing and also contains a cutter of the same size, should you wish to cut out your shape.

The garland can be used on the top or sides of celebration cakes or for a really impressive finish why not dry them on a board and then stick to the top edges as a collar!

Poinsettia Garland - Cutter and stencil design measure 157mm x 62mm
All measurements are approximate.

Also available;
Open Rose - Cutter and stencil design measure 83mm x 55mm
Chrysanthemum - Cutter and stencil design measure 60mm x 65mm
Blossom and Scroll - Cutter and stencil design measure 70mm x 50mm 


Instructions and Tips for Use

For best results, lightly grease your non-stick board and cutter (we recommend using TREX - better than specialist sprays - and much cheaper!)

Roll out your paste very thinly. We recommend Mexican Modelling Paste (MMP) if you want the stencil to dry hard, or if placing on the top of a cake, a 50:50 mix of MMP and sugarpaste gives a paste with better eating quality.

I find that for a really sharp stencil when using powder colour it is better to use the underside of your paste as the fat will hold the powder in place without smudging. Place the stencil under your paste and lightly roll the back - this will make the stencil stand slightly proud of the rest of the paste (to the thickness of the stencil). If you intend to cut out the stencil with the cutter make sure you place the stencil the right way up!

Turn over the paste with the stencil attached and brush your colour over the stencil - changing colour to suit. Work each colour into the icing to prevent loose colour laying on the surface. Carefully peel back the stencil.

Cut out your shape using the cutter provided.

You can, of course, also use the stencil as any other by holding against cake or cupcake surfaces and colouring with powder, gel or liquid colours - or even an airbrush.

The new Book 18 gives lots of great ideas for the stencils and other new cutters.