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13-06-2010, 14:00   #1
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Hi does anybody know of any baking supply shops in Dublin? Im looking for stuff to decorate cakes and cupcakes..toppers, colourful cupcake/muffin cases, sugar pearls, edible glitter etc... My local Tesco is fairly limited

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13-06-2010, 17:28   #2
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Kitchen Complements does some, they are in Chatham Street or online;
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I had a look at this website - it seems quite expensive, the large cupcake tin is over €50 - you can get it on amazon for around €30. It may be worth your while to have a look on Amazon. Although it's handy knowing there's a shop in town if you need to get something quickly.
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A piece of cake in Thame Oxon U.K. is the only place worth getting your supplies from. The prices here and the limited suppliers make the costs too expensive to shop from them. They usually post same day and I find them very reliable.
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14-06-2010, 21:58   #5
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Kitchen Compliments and Stock do some stuff, but they're a tad expensive. TK Maxx (just across the road) will have some stuff from time to time, but you have to search, it's like a flea market.
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Kitchen Complements does some, they are in Chatham Street or online;
they are a rip off!!! I can buy the same things on for half of the price, it's ridiculous; anyway tkmax is pretty good (or the small shop off henry street, I can't remember the name, it's just next to M&S)
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The Irish Yeast Co on College St besides Doyles Pub.
I heard an interview recently with the owner and he mentioned they did all this.
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JP09 has confirmed via PM that they've used the site in the past & found them to be good.

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JP09 has confirmed via PM that they've used the site in the past & found them to be good.

JP09 has been sitebanned for shilling.
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02-02-2011, 22:22   #10
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I got a load of stuff from:

They have an actual shop in Westport, Mayo and it has been there for 3 years but I somehow managed never to notice it on my many trips! Was there in person in January and it's about ten times bigger than Kitchen Complements and stocked my favourite ginger biscuits so I now wish they would re-locate to the big shmoke.
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I referred to this place in Dun Laoghaire in a different post a few days ago:

As I said then, I just walk past it every day.
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