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YES!! I learned this the hard way. I accidentally bought low fat cream cheese and it was very runny. It was yucky, I tossed it.
If you look at my pictures, the eyes on Oddie the Donut cake (pg 1) and the Betty Boop Cake and Monster high cakes (pg3) all have this technique used on them on the toppers. Good Luck!
After the cupcake is baked you can use an apple corer, a cupcake corer of just a small spoon to remove a piece of the center of the cupcake, then just fill it with whatever you like.
The sheets are surprisingly sturdy. They should give you the printed sheet inside of a ziplock bag, if not, then you put it in one so it won't dry out and become brittle. I have kept them in ziplocks for a few weeks with no problem.I usually cut them with scissors or an exacto knife if it has small details where scissors wont fit.I would first roll out my fondant or gumpaste to the thickness I need. Then cut out the image and brush a bit of piping gel or corn syrup so it...
Pasrty Pride non dairy whipped topping, whipped to medium stiffnesschopped up oreos (the more the better)1-2 tsp vanillapowdered sugar to taste (optional)This will taste like oreos because the PP has a very light flavor by itself.Add Oreo instant pudding to stiffen it if needed, but have never had to add this.
If you dont have an edible image printer then I'd suggest you print out on regular paper then take that to your local grocery store that does edible image cakes and ask then to print it out for you on edible paper. Where I live, Albertsons or Winco will print sheets for you for $8-$10 each. I'd suggest you fit as many film strips as you can on 1 page before you take it to them.
I think the best and fastest way to reach someone on CC is send them a personal message. Just go to their profile and click PM. Carmijok may not see your post as it was send to the general public. I hope this helps you contact her!
Thanks Burnsy. Nice job!
Burnsy, I wanted to check out your pic ture but it says "Sorry, the page you were looking for in this blog does not exist"
I've seen lots of tutorials and templates for baby booties and converse sneakers, but does anyone know how to make baby Jordan sneakers? I've also checked the sticky for "Hundreds of tutorials in here" but nothing for Jordans. Can anyone help me?
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