Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Lamb Cake Molds and Easter Pictures

Welcome to Linda of Two Succulent Sisters
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Easter is just around the corner. 
The first four pictures are Easter themed items in my booth.  

The Rabbit Cookie Jar is a McCoy.
 This lamb shows up on many searches. It is a mold and I thing maybe it is a cake mold.
 Marble, wood and resin eggs on a chintz saucer.
 I know this is a cheese dish cover but it can also be a low glass cloche or dome.
It magnifies the eggs and reflects light. 
I used PicMonkey to frame/edit the above photos. Fun.
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I used Picnik for the following photos.


The Cast Iron Lamb Cake Mold is from my private collection.
It was gifted from my MIL. Very heavy. 
Tied with ribbon to keep the two pieces together. 
The first picture is front/back views.
The second is bottom view and head-on.
The bloggers who wrote about the lamb cakes they made preferred the cast iron molds.
I did a few searches for Easter lamb mold and found one at 9010 from April 2010
She baked and decorated her lamb cake and made several improvement suggestions. Another blogger Tapestry Face (July 2011) made a Shawma Sheep. 
I found several more bloggers who have made the lamb cake 
using the search: cast iron lamb cake mold".


Take a look  At Grandma's Table for her post on
Traditional Lamb Cake Recipe from Griswold Vintage Mold Insert.
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5 comments:

  1. Oh my, the cast iron cake mold is wonderful! ~ Maureen

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  2. What a beautiful header you have! Visiting from a blog hop. Best wishes and following on Linky. Linda

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  3. I really love the lamb mould.It is very unusual.I have never seen anything like it over here.

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  4. I love these. Thank you for sharing. Visiting for Wednesday Bunny Hop!

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  5. I love the old molds. Yours is a real beauty! It must be for cake, even I can't eat that much chocolate! LOL Be sure to let us know if you make the lamb cake. Thanks so much for sharing at WIW.
    Hugs to you.
    Patti

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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