Gold Polka Dots

Decorating By fcakes Updated 2 Jul 2016 , 10:24am by docofthedead

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fcakes Posted 20 Jun 2016 , 2:56pm
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Would really appreciate any advice on creating these gold polka dots please? They don't quite look like sequins.. do you think gold sequins cut out of fondant then airbrushed gold, and placed on the cake would look similar? Or any other technique?

Thank you!!


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fcakes Posted 20 Jun 2016 , 2:59pm
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P.S - The cake will be covered with white fondant :)

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mtaccts Posted 20 Jun 2016 , 3:10pm
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They look like gold dragees to me - just Google them.

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640Cake Posted 20 Jun 2016 , 3:11pm
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Those look like dragees placed in a buttercream cake.  I am sure you could do the same with fondant, but would need "glue" to adhere them.

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fcakes Posted 20 Jun 2016 , 3:23pm
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Yeah, I thought of the gold pearls dragees too, for some reason, they appeared painted on or something :) I think adhering gold pearls to fondant will work out great.. thank you so much!!



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herdream Posted 20 Jun 2016 , 5:15pm
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I agree. The look like dragees pushed in so that they are flush to the icing.

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docofthedead Posted 2 Jul 2016 , 10:24am
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not related to your question, but I think that cake is really pretty, and I just love the couple on the top!

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