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Decorating By caraleecupcake Updated 30 Jan 2010 , 10:34pm by caraleecupcake

caraleecupcake Posted 30 Jan 2010 , 10:14pm
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so i made a cake for a friend today. it has a mouse filling (made out of whipping cream no eggs). i covered it in fondant to decorate. it looks great.... well the snow is not stopping and she doesn't need the cake til tomorrow now. i have no idea how to store it. the mouse needs to be refrigerated but the fondant shouldn't be refridgerated or it can melt- correct? please advise is anyone is out there icon_cry.gif

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jentro Posted 30 Jan 2010 , 10:27pm
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Put the cake in a cardboard box in the fridge, no problem, if there is any moist, the cardboard will absorbe it. (Sorry for my English) And if you do not have a box be sure there is nothing in the fridge that smels, and don't let it touch the sides of the fridge. If you take the cake out tomorrow, let it dry and do not touch it, it's probebly sticky. After drying, nothing should go wrong

caraleecupcake Posted 30 Jan 2010 , 10:34pm
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thank you for the quick response!! im willing to try anything so i will def try this out...THANK YOUUU

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