How To Stand Up Ballet Slippers.

Decorating By firefightergirl Updated 14 Jun 2016 , 11:29pm by carolinecakes

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firefightergirl Posted 14 Jun 2016 , 8:52pm
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[postimage id="4203" thumb="900"][postimage id="4204" thumb="900"][postimage id="4205" thumb="900"][postimage id="4206" thumb="900"]How would you stand up hardened fondant slippers?? Skewers or wire? Any other tips? I know these are very fragile so I want all the advice I can't get.

Also would you put the wire/skewers in shoes before or after dried?  Thanks! 

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ropalma Posted 14 Jun 2016 , 9:14pm
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I used skewers.  I made 2 soles.  I put the skewers all the way up the shoe and incased in between the 2 soles so they would be sturdier.  You see how the shoe curves some.  Once assembled I laid the shoe flat with some support under the shoe to make it curve.  I hope this helps

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carolinecakes Posted 14 Jun 2016 , 9:27pm
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carolinecakes Posted 14 Jun 2016 , 11:29pm
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