i just read a post not on here me bad lol, using her punches on thin fondant, has anyone tried this thanks
Yes, it works very well. I roll the fondant thin and let it "dry" for about 10 miutes.
I used her cupcake punch for the bottom of my daughter's cake. It is in my photos, it is the stacked gift, cake, cupcake.
I rolled the fondant real thin and let it sit for 5-10 minutes and brushed it real good with cornstarch. Then I punched away. HTH
Ohhh....I feel a new project coming on! Thank
Any scrapbook punches will work. You can dust the punch with cornstarch, or spray it with pam spray and wipe off.
Some of the Martha ones don't cut all the way through, so be careful not to buy those. They're usually described as a popup punch, if I'm right.
oh cool i found scrap booking.com that has a lot, well this could help in place of using molds sometimes right. thanks
If you look at my cake pics, the 2 tier green cake with the fleur de lis....the small fleur de lis were done with the paper punch. I had to use a mold for the large one.