cardicard Posted 13 May 2010 , 7:30am
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I use a sponge recipe that does not crumb, so I do not need to buttercream to crumbcoat. I want to stick the fondant straight on a sponge as I have used a wilton teddy pan and want to make sure the features of the teddy are still kept. Can I use a thin layer of jam and a thin layer of fondant.
or would it ruin the fondant because it is wet?
I have done it a few months ago and I cannot remember how I did it.
Any advice would be appriciated. Thanks icon_biggrin.gif

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brincess_b Posted 13 May 2010 , 10:19am
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thats the way to do it, though i would go for apricot jam rather than the red varieties cause its got less colour. be sure to post a picture icon_smile.gif
xx

artscallion Posted 13 May 2010 , 10:53am
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That should work fine. Some folks even recommend brushing a chilled, crusted crumb coat of buttercream with jam to help the fondant stick.

cardicard Posted 13 May 2010 , 2:50pm
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thanks for the advice, it was driving me mad trying to remember how i did it. I remember now i did use apricot jam. So thank you both i will get cracking on now with the cake now. icon_biggrin.gif

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