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Fleur de Lis Cake Stencil by Designer Stencils

Fleur de Lis Cake Stencil by Designer Stencils

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Elevate your cake-baking experience with the Fleur de Lis Cake Stencil by Designer Stencils. This sophisticated set of stencils features four distinct sizes for versatile decorating options, while its precision design allows for precise application of powdered sugar, royal icing, or airbrushing for a chic, high-end look. Create an exquisite cake masterpiece with Fleur de Lis Cake Stencil!

Sizing/Details: Contains 1 Sheet with 4 sizes 

  • 6/8" w x 1" h
  • 1 3/8" w x 2" h
  • 2" h x 3" h 
  • 2 6/8" w x 4" h 

Custom Cake Stencils:

  • Contact us today or start a chat conversation with us if you need this in a different sizes, or need it customized in any way.
  • Please contact us using our Request for a Quote form if you have a school logo you need turned into a stencil for your cake.

Stencil Highlights

  • Laser cut on 10 mil food-grade Mylar
  • Greater durability than standard acetate
  • Works with buttercream, fondant, airbrushing, powdered sugar, etc.
  • Made in the USA

Tips for Stenciling the Tops of Cakes With Buttercream:

  • Stenciling on a buttercream cake is easy, but your surface icing needs to be DRY. Let it set up overnight before stenciling.
  • Use a creamy consistency of buttercream and an icing spreader or offset spatula to spread a thin layer over the stencil, being gentle when going around the cake to prevent accidents on what you have already stenciled.
  • Gently pull off stencil and "voila" you have successfully stenciled the top of a cake!

Tips for Stenciling the Tops of Cakes With Powdered Sugar or Cocoa Powder:

  • Build a layer cake or a single layer of cake and leave it un-iced. Place cake on a plate or cake stand. 
  • Place the stencil on top and press lightly, especially on thinner lines. Anything OPEN will be dusted in the sugar or cocoa powder. Using a sifter, add a couple spoonful's of powdered sugar/cocoa. Sift a little bit at a time straight over the top of the stencil, moving around so that it does not build up in one spot.
  • Carefully pick up the stencil (do not tilt) and move over to your sink to dump the sugar buildup. Now your cake is stenciled