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Springerle Emporium Recipes and How To's

Introduction to Paper Casting with Springerle Molds

Posted by Heather Wright on

Paper Casting with Springerle Molds The art of embossed paper using springerle molds dates back hundreds of years, with the oldest surviving example in a German museum from the year 1510! Paper casts can be used to decorate cards, gift tags, and wrapped presents; as ornaments; and as framed pieces of art.        You will need: Acid Free 100% Cotton Linter (available on our online store); springerle molds of your choice; clean sponge; blender; tea strainer, and depending on the types of molds you choose, cutting board oil and a brush. 1. Start with a piece of cotton linter the same...

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Caring for Springerle Molds and Accessories

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Product Care Instructions To ensure years of enjoyment from your Springerle Emporium products, please care for them as you would all of your fine kitchen accessories and equipment. Wood Springerle Molds Like any kitchen tool, it's a good idea to wash springerle molds before using them for the very first time. Lightly clean with a toothbrush and water. This will remove any remaining dust from the finishing process. Allow the mold to fully dry before using it. Do not allow dough to dry in your springerle mold. It will be difficult, if not impossible, to remove. Clean your molds as...

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Looking for a book? Try Anne L. Watson

Posted by Heather Wright on

Anne L. Watson has a wonderful book called Baking with Cookie Molds. It is a treasure trove of recipes, techniques, and tips for creating molded cookies. Her website is an excellent reference regarding equipment, ingredients and flavorings. Well worth a visit for both the novice and experienced springerle baker.  

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