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Just to clarify...I use orange extract to make paint...I mix it (instead of vodka) with silver luster dust for example till it's a nice painting consistency. I've never used it to adhere decorations.
Anytime!   You wouldn't use vodka to glue...only to make edible paints...I don't drink either, so I always use orange works great. For gluing, I use water (sparingly) or nothing at all honestly, depending on where it's going on the cake...for figures, I use edible glue (water + tylose powder)'s stronger and adheres limbs and stuff better.   The fondant on your board isn't finished correctly, that's why my first thought was thin-crust pizza dough but...
I agree with Apti... I LOVE the Rose cake and it definitely qualifies as impressive and beginner.'ve done a really great job....the colors are awesome and I LOVE the touches of marbeling!   What I see is that the band on the bottom tier is too should never up to halfway (or even a little more in some places)...and because it's not a tall tier to begin with, I think it really emphasizes the squatty-ness.   What is the cake sitting on? It looks like rolled out fondant??   None of my cakes are on fancy boards...I'm a hobbyist...I just use the...
I make that same cake, but I ALWAYS use parchment paper inside my pans...on the bottom and around the sides...   Try it...your cakes will never stick again.
Here's a very informative thread with lots of posts from people who have tried it:
Here's someone on FB who uses them and she lists 2 sources: (at the end of her post) (in the Comments)
You're very welcome!
I do... it looks like piping on and around diamond-shaped pieces of fondant, and on the border band, then painted silver.   (Extruded fondant could also give you that same look though)
Here's a larger looks like all piping, to me:
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