AI'm putting sugarveil lace on a cake covered with fondant. First time for me, any tips for putting it on? Any do's & dont's? How does it attach to the fondant? Just with water? And do I put the water on the fondant or the backside of the Sugarveil?
Just use the slightest amount of moisture on a fingertip on a few small areas on the back of the lace, and it will stick perfectly. Besides getting a quick reply to any further question you might have on this project, check out http://www.facebook.com/sugarveilicing for Confectioners' Mats tips (in the 'Notes' section), and many new techniques. Thank you!
AThanks! That's exactly what I needed! It worked out great!! I LOVE sugarveil!!!
Hey great, Sugarmama - do post your cake when you've a moment at http://www.facebook.com/sugarveilicing - many would be delighted to see it. Thank you!
ATagging onto this post, I have a package of sugar veil that I've never used because I have had no use for the lace mold they sell with it. (Way too fussy and "doily" looking for me.) ;) Is there anything I should know to try using it with small lace molds? Thanks!
Debby, you can go to our website and see many ways other than using our Lace Confectionery Mat to use SugarVeil Icing, if you like. Here are a few examples:
How to use SugarVeil to make striped bows and monograms - http://www.sugarveil.com/pdfs/sugarveil-monogramming.pdf
How to use craft punches to make SugarVeil cupcakes: http://www.sugarveil.com/information/pdf/amcd-flowerfaces.pdf
How to do a type of brush embroidery with SugarVeil: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150554888474893.398966.58910664892&type=1
Lace designs you can download and trace to pipe onto greased parchment with a parchment cone: http://www.sugarveil.com/icing_dispenser/design_patterns.htm