Transfer Of Images On Black Fondant

Decorating By lgardner331 Updated 31 Jul 2015 , 2:30pm by ChefDebby

lgardner331 Posted 30 Jul 2015 , 4:00pm
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I need some advice....

I'm making a chalkboard cake for a client this weekend. I have to do some pretty detailed drawings of a cartoon on it. Is there anyway to transfer onto black fondant without putting holes in it? I'm afraid I won't be able to cover them up with the white paint....

Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!


 

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ChefDebby Posted 30 Jul 2015 , 4:31pm
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Can you trace over the fondant with the back end of a paint brush or a carving tool to create slight indentations that you can paint over rather than make holes?

Magda_MI Posted 31 Jul 2015 , 2:30am
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You could use a pouncing method, but use powdered sugar or corn starch instead of cocoa.  This tutorial shows transferring a design onto a sugar sheet, but you can also do it directly onto the cake.

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.288106051256018.63620.105772839489341&type=1

*Last edited by Magda_MI on 31 Jul 2015 , 2:32am
lgardner331 Posted 31 Jul 2015 , 3:00am
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@Magda _mi I have never seen that method.  I am going to give it a try. Thanks!

Magda_MI Posted 31 Jul 2015 , 3:09am
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And on the plus side, any excess dust that won't blow off will just look like chalk dust.  ;-)

ChefDebby Posted 31 Jul 2015 , 2:21pm
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But, weren't you concerned about excess holes???

Magda_MI Posted 31 Jul 2015 , 2:26pm
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Pouncing doesn't leave any holes.  The holes are in the paper pattern, not the fondant.  You dust the pattern, so that the dust goes through the holes onto the fondant.

ChefDebby Posted 31 Jul 2015 , 2:30pm
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Ah, the holes go in the parchment....got it.  Thanks for clarifying!

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