Ahh, I praise all of you who can do it without issues, I usually use it for accents, etc. I covered the middle tier of a TT cake with it, and it wrinkled, tore, gave me all sorts of issues. Then I covered the other two tiers in SI, much easier to handle, even though I tore that in a couple of places thanks to my fingernails......but, I did it, my first tiered cake covered all in fondant. The birthday girls liked it- I can see so many flaws, but turned out good. The best thing was my DH is so creative, suggesting marshmallow for the alternating ball around the cake, which I think turned out pretty cool! He's so creative! So, here's the piece of work here.....
Good job! TT's are hard to cover in any fondant! You did great!!
You did a great job! I find it is easier to use the MMF if I warm it in the microwave first, then roll it on a vinyl mat and flip it over on the cake. All the fondant cakes in my pics are MMF. That is a very cool cake!
Agreed, TT's sound really tricky, so congrats on making this one look great! And I really like the contrast of shapes that the marshmellows gave, very cool.
I have found that MMF is a lot harder to use then store bought. Satin Ice taste pretty good. I know its more expensive but its worth not having the headache.
ohh forgot to tell you, The cake looks great!!
Your cake looks awesome. Great idea to use the marshmallows for trim. I would have never thought of that! I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one that hates using MMF. I ALWAYS find it difficult to work with. I make Michele Foster's Fondant and it is so easy to work with and taste great.