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jibbies Says... 7 years ago

These are beautiful! Did you dip or pour?

pastryjen Says... 7 years ago

They look flawless and so elegant.

Louise Says... 7 years ago

Thanks! I dip the cupcakes in the fondant twice for an even coat.

elvis Says... 7 years ago

This picture belongs in a cookbook! They are very pretty and so uniform. Did you use Wilton's poured fondant recipe?

Louise Says... 7 years ago

No, this one is one that I have bought. But I have tried to make it myself only it will not get total white but its ok to use. Try see on Baking 911.

Katskakes Says... 7 years ago

beautiful!! love these too. your work is flawless. I want to know how do you get the cupcakes nice and full w/round top?

artlover Says... 7 years ago

so perfect

Louise Says... 7 years ago

Thank you all. Katskakes: Try see under the other photo. I dont know if it will help. :D :D

KathleenR Says... 7 years ago

These are so perfect and feminine.

GLEIGH75 Says... 7 years ago

So beautiful!!

jules2222 Says... 7 years ago

Beautiful!! :D where do you buy "poured" fondant?

jules2222 Says... 7 years ago

how did you make the tiny flowers? so cute! :roll:

Louise Says... 7 years ago

I buy the fondant from Almondart.com it is called "white fondant" the roses are small sausages rolled slightly flat with a rolling pin and then just rolled into shape. Thank you for your nice comments.

1234me Says... 7 years ago

they are perfect - into my favs

1234me Says... 7 years ago

they are perfect - into my favs

giggysmack Says... 7 years ago

Beautifu I love them thanks for your tips

MaryAllison Says... 7 years ago

I'm ready to give a ladies luncheon just so I can make these cupcakes. They're beautiful! Will you share your technique of making such lovely, round cupcakes? Thank you in advance!

nicoles-a-tryin Says... 7 years ago

Absolutely stunning!!....So dumb question....You say you buy it...Is it runny? Or do you make it runny?

Louise Says... 7 years ago

MaryAllison: try see under the other photo for hints. Nicoles-a-trying: The fondant is a bit sticky but not runny. When you heat it in the microwave it becomes runny.

asul Says... 7 years ago

Beautiful,outstanding job!!


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