Hi I am somehow new to this and I have been working on a 3d horse, I freeze my cake to carve it I add the butter cream and then the fondant.... well I guess I should have waited because now the cake looks as if it was sweating.... my questions are, will the wet fondant eventually dry? do I have to redo it? will it crack? I welcome any advice. Thank You!
You posted some time ago....how'd it do?
The moisture on the fondant will eventually evaporate and you will get dry fondant. No, it should not crack as a result of the condensation.
i think that's a beautiful horse. it should dry, as long as it's not due tonight and as long as it's not very humid in your area.
That is a beautiful cake!!! I'm glad it's working out. Well done!
I don't know much about the drying time but I had to say that that's a great horse!! And, I kinda like the shiny-ness!!
I live in Hawaii and as soon as I take my cakes out side they start to "sweat" nobody has ever said anything about it. I really thing us "cake-people" are the only ones who worry about it. (ps. the cake is beautiful) SARAH
Gorgeous, gorgeous cake! You are new to this? Wonderful job!
Thank you all for the comments I fel better my hubby got home and told me my horse was not too real looking and on top the fondant was melting (or I thought so), this is my second real order.
Not too real looking???!!! Come on! Husbands!
That is a really, really great horse!!!!
Your horse looks fantastic, I agree with SarahJane, we are our own worse critics, (except maybe husbands that is ) You did a great job.