Fondant Tiara??

Decorating By Cakemoms24 Updated 15 Jan 2016 , 7:20pm by ropalma

Cakemoms24 Posted 15 Jan 2016 , 6:52pm
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hey everyone, i am doing this princess cake for a client and am wondering how to make the #1 stand up on its own on top of the cake, as well as this tiara for another small cake she would like, i know there's molds out there but not sure where or how to make it look this good :) also it is needing to be gold too would that just be luster dust on both? heres a link, wasnt sure how to upload photo

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Cakemoms24 Posted 15 Jan 2016 , 6:53pm
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ropalma Posted 15 Jan 2016 , 7:20pm
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You need to use a mix of 50 / 50 fondant to gumpaste.  Or fondant mixed with tylose.  Fondant will not get hard enough by itself to have the number or tiara standup on their own.    For the number you will need an anchor in the way of a skeewer or lollipop stick attached to the back of the number so that it can have something to stick into the cake.  For the tiara there are lots of tutorials on how to mold and create.  Just Google Making a Tiara and something will come up.

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