Could Sure Use Some Help....

Decorating By theonlynameleft Updated 13 Jan 2011 , 5:12pm by Karen421

theonlynameleft Posted 12 Jan 2011 , 9:36pm
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with how to make a high heel shoe. This weekend will be my first attempt at making one, I have been watching utube and think I have the construction side sussed out but just wanted to check that a mix of fondant with tylose would be strong enough as that is all I have access to. I live in a very small town and have to get all my supplies over the internet. As it is for a paying customer I don't want to have a nervous breakdown when it breaks on me. Want to get it made now to give it time to harden for when the cake is required in two weeks time. Your advice would be much appreciated thumbs_up.gif

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Karen421 Posted 12 Jan 2011 , 9:57pm
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Tylose and fondant will work just fine, but I always make extras, just in case!!! thumbs_up.gif

tiggy2 Posted 12 Jan 2011 , 10:01pm
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Tylose should work fine but I would make 2 shoes just in case one breaks.

sweetheart6710 Posted 12 Jan 2011 , 11:17pm
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I would make 2 as well, BUT make sure to store them somewhere safe. I even recommend storing them seperate. Last year I made 2 glass slippers for a Cinderella cake, and left them both on my counter top placed on some parchment. My 18 month old reached the counter and pulled the paper, and BOTH crashed and burned. Worst day ever. My 3rd slipper only had half a day to dry, and it was not as amazing as I felt it could have been. Lesson learned.

Karen421 Posted 12 Jan 2011 , 11:19pm
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Oooooooh Now that's a good tip!! I always store them together! icon_smile.gif

sccandwbfan Posted 13 Jan 2011 , 4:13pm
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Is Tylose the same thing that Wilton sells as Gum Tex?



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