New Discovery!

Decorating By emilyg Updated 14 Oct 2014 , 12:08am by emilyg

emilyg Posted 13 Sep 2014 , 7:15pm
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If you stir prepared SugarVeil Icing into (melted) candy melts, it instantly turns into candy clay! So quick - was able to make perfect brooches with

it today! Here's the recipe: 2 Tbl. prepared SugarVeil [instructions for preparing are here http://sugarveil.com/mat/SugarVeil-Confectioners-Mats.pdf] to 1/4 c (about 20) candy melts. It's pretty amazing - happens instantly! More commentary at http://www.facebook.com/sugarveilicing.

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dessertnetcafe Posted 13 Oct 2014 , 12:15am
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Very pretty work!

didavista Posted 13 Oct 2014 , 1:34am
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AThat's awesome. What's the texture once it dries, like candy clay? Little softer? Still pliable? Just wondering.. that could have tons of uses if is nice to work with.

Apti Posted 13 Oct 2014 , 1:56am
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Does it taste good?

emilyg Posted 13 Oct 2014 , 11:55pm
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Original message sent by didavista

That's awesome. What's the texture once it dries, like candy clay? Little softer? Still pliable? Just wondering.. that could have tons of uses if is nice to work with.

Didavista, the texture is firm, like candy clay. Pliable until the candy clay/chocolate hardens, which can be quick if you pop it into the freezer for a few minutes - really is amazing to see the candy melts texture change to clay instantly upon adding in some SugarVeil!

emilyg Posted 14 Oct 2014 , 12:08am
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Original message sent by Apti

Does it taste good?

Fortunate for us, Apti, SugarVeil starts out tasting good.

Add candy melts, (or even better yet 'top shelf' chocolate like Valrhona), and the brooches taste absolutely divine!

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