dyasia87 Posted 1 Aug 2014 , 6:25pm
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AHi guys!! Does anyone have any idea how to do webs on a cake?? I'm not looking to do chocolate webs is it possible to make it out of fondant?

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Dayti Posted 1 Aug 2014 , 7:10pm
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They are easy to pipe on with royal icing. Much easier than rolling out a bunch of fondant really thin anyway. 

mattyeatscakes Posted 1 Aug 2014 , 8:33pm
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AI made the web out of black fondant rolled thin, and yes, by hand. It was very tedious! Hehehe but worth it! I didn't trust myself being able to pipe straight lines ;) good luck!

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dyasia87 Posted 2 Aug 2014 , 3:53pm
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IT LOOKS AMAZING!!! I DONT TRUST MY PIPING SKILLS EITHER!

MBalaska Posted 2 Aug 2014 , 5:48pm
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It really is awesome.  It is one of my favorite Spiderman cakes.  The webs are perfection.

mattyeatscakes Posted 2 Aug 2014 , 6:25pm
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AAwww thank you guys :) this cake is special for me. It's for a 2 yr old boy who has leukemia :( he loves spiderman so i made this cake for him. He lives in another province and a cousin who was flying there agreed to take the cake with him. Spidey didn't survive the flight though, he was either droppes or a heavy object was placed on top of the cake box. Spidey cake was squished! And i was heart broken. But the lil boy and his mom were happy though and ate the cake! Hehehe it's the thought that counts hey? :)

winniemog Posted 30 Aug 2014 , 5:11am
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AYou could always extrude fondant ropes from a craft gun/extruded. If you paint the cake with glue where they are going, you can just extrude the ropes straight into place, give them a little nudge with a dry brush if you miss! I'm very impressed the web on that cake is hand-rolled, it's very even!

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