Windsor Clikstix CANDY Lower Case Letters Alphabet Cutter
Clikstix CANDY Lower Case Letters Alphabet Cutter
This CANDY Lower Case Alphabet Cutter set is a larger set of cutters than the other Windsor CakeCraft alphabet and number sets. It is a lovely curly candy script, so will make a great impact on your cakes and cupcakes. This perfect lettering cutter set includes all the lower case letters from a - z and the ampersand (&) in a fabulous Candy font, all on a two convenient strip cutters with a fitted plunger ejector for easy release.
The cutters come in hygienic retail packaging complete with full instructions.
Windsor Clikstix cutters are made from food safe plastic and the approximate letter Size is 18-38mm high. The overall length of the strip is approx 43.5cm (435mm - 17").
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Instructions and Tips for Use
Clikstix alphabet and number cutters are useful for all sorts of cake decorations, plaques and other sugarcraft projects, and are wonderful on Cupcakes!
If you have ever struggled with getting paste out of your cutters this is the product for you (even if you haven't it's a great and easy cutter to use). Because each cutter has its own built in ejector you will never have to dig out those fiddly bits of paste again.
Simply roll out your paste to about 1-2mm thick on a non-stick board. Use a little icing sugar or cornflour to prevent sticking. Press the Clikstix down firmly - make sure you only hold the sides and do not press the ejector at this point or it will flatten the letter before you have cut it out. Give the cutter a bit of a scrub on your board to make sure the paste is completely cut through.
Lift the cutter with the shapes still in (if one or two fall out - no problem ...it saves the ejection!) and then press down on the ejector to let the cut shapes drop out. Quick and simple but it does take a bit of practice to get your paste thickness right.
We recommend you use either SFP Flower Paste or Modelling Gum Paste as ordinary sugarpaste tends to stick. You can also use up to a 50:50 mix of gumpaste to sugarpaste.