How Much Satin Ice?

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CakesbyBecca Posted 7 Jun 2008 , 12:25am
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I'm currently enrolled in Wilton Course 3 and need to buy some fondant. I don't want to waste the money on Wilton Fondant that no one will eat. I did buy some to make the roses, but for actually covering the cake, I want to use Satin Ice. I'm going to need enough to cover an 8" square, a 6" round and a 10" round. How much should I buy?
Also, I know there was a thread or two last week about where to buy Satin Ice, but I can't seem to find those threads now. Where is the cheapest place to get Satin Ice, including shipping charges?
TIA!

Becca

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weirkd Posted 7 Jun 2008 , 1:09am
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Right now Global Sugar Art has it at 25% off. Alan is wonderful and very helpful! Their customer service team is top notch!
There is also Into The Oven, Country Kitchens all good reputable dealers.

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CakesbyBecca Posted 7 Jun 2008 , 3:03pm
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Thanks! Do you know how many lbs I'll need to cover the three cakes?

Becca

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KoryAK Posted 7 Jun 2008 , 6:11pm
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The Wilton chart is a good starting point, you will probably need less than that in reality tho. One 5# bucket will be enough to cover the cakes.

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