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I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ning-Geng Ong Sep 27, 2010. 8 Replies

I ‘d love your comments and feedback. My name is Catherine Failor and I’ve been designing soap and garden molds for 12 years (…Continue

 

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Lee McCoy and Catherine Failor are now friends
Oct 28, 2010
Dori commented on Catherine Failor's blog post I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs.
"Personally I like C and H very much...A and B the least i like...the rest can be still a good design to market. I guess the price for mold is very reasonable to pay. I dont know if they would cost more since these are custom made for you. Well…"
Oct 23, 2010
Robyn Dochterman commented on Catherine Failor's blog post I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs.
"Hi, My feedback is probably more general than you would like, but hopefully, it will still be of some use to you. I love your soap designs. The animals and animal faces are wonderful and I think they would be very popular. Additionally, your cut…"
Oct 12, 2010
Catherine Failor is now friends with deborah and Denise Brennan
Oct 5, 2010
Ning-Geng Ong replied to Catherine Failor's discussion I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs
"other than bubbles, my other concern is the surface of the chocolate after molding. It would be desirable if the finish is glossy, at least in some parts. chocolate that are matte in finish may convey a negative visual impression about the product,…"
Sep 27, 2010
MelodyB replied to Catherine Failor's discussion I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs
"Oh Gosh..these are super cute! We like B,D, and G as we make a lot of chocolate for kids. I'd buy them."
Sep 24, 2010
Mark Heim replied to Catherine Failor's discussion I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs
"An additional item to consider is the angle of the sides. If you look at a cross section, the sides should have at least a 15 degree angle to them, never straight vertical."
Sep 24, 2010
Laura Marion replied to Catherine Failor's discussion I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs
"love c but air bubbles could be a issue"
Sep 24, 2010
Robin Autorino replied to Catherine Failor's discussion I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs
"Love A & F, the rest are pretty great too! I would love to see that as a bar mold. As for the air bubbles, I have been using a vibrator table and it seems to work really well in my bars. I'll test them too :)!"
Sep 23, 2010
Susan Van Horn replied to Catherine Failor's discussion I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs
"I love A, C, F and H. I agree that most on the market seem tired and overused. Air bubbles can be a problem. If you need someone to test them for you, please let me know. I'd love the opportunity. And, yes. More breakaway bar molds would be…"
Sep 23, 2010
Lee McCoy replied to Catherine Failor's discussion I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs
"I love them too. As Andre comments - the air bubbles may be an issue, but if people are using more rustic processes then it may actually add to the experience."
Sep 23, 2010
Andre Costa replied to Catherine Failor's discussion I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs
"The molds look cool. One big challenge chocolatiers have when working with molds is air bubbles. The more detailed the mold is, higher the chances for air to get trapped. I love the single dragon (C)...very cool!"
Sep 23, 2010
Catherine Failor posted a discussion

I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs

I ‘d love your comments and feedback. My name is Catherine Failor and I’ve been designing soap and garden molds for 12 years (www.milkywaymolds.com and www.gardenmolds.com). Chocolatiers regularly contact my soap mold site, asking if soap molds work for chocolate. This has me wondering if there would be room on the market for a new line of chocolate molds. Seems as if a lot of…See More
Sep 22, 2010
Catherine Failor posted a blog post

I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs.

Greetings Chocolatiers! I ‘d love your comments and feedback. My name is Catherine Failor and I’ve been designing soap and garden molds for 12 years (www.milkywaymolds.com and www.gardenmolds.com). Chocolatiers regularly contact my soap mold site, asking if soap molds work for chocolate. This has me wondering if there would be room on the market for a new line of chocolate molds. Seems as if a lot of chocolate…See More
Sep 20, 2010
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Aug 31, 2010

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trip to Germany 1980
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Lindt

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I ‘d love your comments and feedback on Chocolate Mold designs.

Posted on September 20, 2010 at 7:42pm 2 Comments

Greetings Chocolatiers!



I ‘d love your comments and feedback. My name is Catherine Failor and I’ve been designing soap and garden molds for 12 years (www.milkywaymolds.com and www.gardenmolds.com). Chocolatiers regularly contact my soap mold site, asking if soap molds work for… Continue

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