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http://thecakeblog.com/gold-sequin-cake-tutorial
Thank y'all so much for the ideas! I think I'll use a combination of all of them
Need ideas! My 4 year old niece wants a "Frozen" cake but wants the focus to be Anna, not Elsa. They want two tiers and they have the toy figures of Elsa, Anna and Olaf. They made me watch the movie for inspiration but......nothing. Basically, they don't want the typical pale blue, white, silver and snowflakes that is on most Frozen cakes. I have no clue what to do!!!
THE MAT http://sweetwise.com/the-mat-all.html#page=1&top=178&   How to Cover a Cake with Fondant Using THE MAT by Sweet Wise http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdgM6Roua40
I use tweezers sorta like these. They're only $2.50 on Amazon.  Pick up the pearl, barely dip the bottom in piping gel and stick it on the fondant.  
I've always purchased premade pearls and attached to fondant with a tiny bit of piping gel.
I'm sure it can. However I typically use it as quickly as I make it. If I need a smaller batch, I just half the ingredients. It's also okay to keep it covered and at room temperature for a couple days.
This is the recipe I use. It's a variation on "SugarShack Buttercream" www.sugaredproductions.com  I live near Houston so our humidity is similar to Florida.   Crusting Buttercream Icing   Ingredients: 2 cups of hi ratio shortening 4 sticks butter 4 pounds powdered sugar 1 tsp. salt 4 tblsp. flavorings (I like to use 2 tbls. vanilla, 1 tbls. almond, 1 tbls. lemon juice) Hot liquid as needed (Note: make the liquid by mixing half cup of hot water with half cup of...
Missouri A new law (SB 525) went into effect on August 28th, 2014 that allows cottage food operations across the state. Previously, a few counties in Missouri allowed cottage food operations, even though there was no statewide law. Under this law, individuals can only sell their products directly to consumers, which includes sales from home and at events. They can only sell baked goods, jams, jellies, and dry herbs, which is relatively limited compared to other states....
I put this in a ziploc baggie and attach to the box of every anniversary cake. Anniversary cake freezing and thawing instructions  Anniversary cake: Place in freezer unwrapped When frozen solid, wrap at least 3 times with plastic wrap. Wrap at least twice with foil Put back in box and freeze for one year. One year later: Remove cake from box Take off plastic wrap and foil while still frozen solid. Immediately place unwrapped cake...
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