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Just bought the blue one two weeks ago, used last night, I cut fondant on it and covered a cake. Love it!Hammy
Ditto, I love to work in MMF. I have made flowers and mold figures with MMF. I typically keep it wrapped in plastic outside the refrigerator until I'm ready to use it. It keeps for months. Best wishes in using MMF in your next project.HTH.Hammy
I often wonder if I could use this type of airbrush at hobby lobby. Thank you so much for the info. I have been wanting an airbrush system for years!Hammy
I'm having the same problem. I have renamed my pictures to get them to down load, it still did not work. I thought it was because I had other pictures of cakes grouped together, which prevented downloading. Hammy
Just used a chocolate mold 2 wks ago with fondant. I used a homemade dusting bag with 1/2 cornstarch and 1/2 powder sugar. Dust the mold with this. Make sure your fondant isn't sticky. I usually knead a little of gumtex in my fondant when making flowers or molding. I made baby rattles for a baby shower cake. HTH.Hammy
Just used a chocolate mold 2 wks ago with fondant. I used a homemade dusting bag with 1/2 cornstarch and 1/2 powder sugar. Dust the mold with this. Make sure your fondant isn't sticky. I usually knead a little of gumtex in my fondant when making flowers or molding. I made baby rattles for a baby shower cake. HTH.Hammy
Darn, I thought it was just me having problems. I keep having problems with my profile. Just updated it in May to yes for comments and everthing else, only to find it was changed back to no again. Hammy
I don't know if this will help, but don't let this set you back. Go in, check out the joint. Most places like this usually mass produce their stuff. Look at what they offer, look at what you offer or specialize in. When putting out or promoting your product really emphasize what you specialize in, be the best at it that you can be. Keep your price where are. I know you have a great product! People know a good product and will pay for it. Hammy
WOW and WOW again! Thanks for the you-tube experience.Hammy
Possibly for the top tier you may want to use Coast or SPS tier systems to put the cake on. I've tried something slightly similar. I 've used the coast systems. Order the legs the height of the cake for the 4th tier. The 4th cake, lets say is 4", use 4" legs. Next, add a plate that is 2" smaller than the fourth tier. Push the assembled legs and plate in the 4th tier. Place the item to hold the the top cake on the plate, then add the top tier. No cutting of straws or those...
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