Marzipan Fruits

I haven't touched marzipan in over five years (to mold that is). I think they look okay for being away from it for that long.

Comments

ThePastryDiva Says... 9 years ago

Excellent, we work with Marzipan again the next 12 days...I will come back and post my attempts!

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Great! I can't wait to see!

Mystic Says... 9 years ago

wow you did great! can you only achieve this look w/ marzipan? no fondant or gumpaste?

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

You can do this with all three! I used petal dusts to enhance the colors. Luster dusts are too shiney and wouldn't look all that realistic so use petal dusts. Thank you for the nice comment.

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

wow...your little almond fruit remind me of France...they are really awesome!!

Cady Says... 9 years ago

These look really good!!!!!!!!!!!!

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

They were good! TEE HEE HEE!!!

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Thank you! I was first introduced to marzipan as a kid when I lived in Holland! Loved it ever since!

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Thank you! I was first introduced to marzipan as a kid when I lived in Holland! Loved it ever since!

Cady Says... 9 years ago

These look really good!!!!!!!!!!!!

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

They were good! TEE HEE HEE!!!

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

wow...your little almond fruit remind me of France...they are really awesome!!

Mystic Says... 9 years ago

wow you did great! can you only achieve this look w/ marzipan? no fondant or gumpaste?

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

You can do this with all three! I used petal dusts to enhance the colors. Luster dusts are too shiney and wouldn't look all that realistic so use petal dusts. Thank you for the nice comment.

ThePastryDiva Says... 9 years ago

Excellent, we work with Marzipan again the next 12 days...I will come back and post my attempts!

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Great! I can't wait to see!


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