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msty112 Says... 9 years ago

I love it!! Sorry but what is pastillage?

SweetArt Says... 9 years ago

"Pastillage is rolled Fondant without any of the softening ingredients (glycerin corn starch or shortening). It is used mainly for decorative ribbons, three dimensional shapes and appliqués because it dries bone-dry and crusts more quickly than Fondant." (qoute from baking911) (...)

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Nice!

ljdaa Says... 9 years ago

Very creative, and I was also wondering how you kept it standing upright. congrats....

SweetArt Says... 9 years ago

It stays straight because it is pastillage that was dried flat and then applied to the cake.

veejaytx Says... 9 years ago

That is so pretty and sweet, too! I'm putting it in my favorites!

KimAZ Says... 9 years ago

This is SO darn cute! Wonderful job on it. How did you get the cake to stand upright like that?

ShelbysYummys Says... 9 years ago

nice job!!!!!!!!!!!

msmanning2 Says... 9 years ago

i know it has been awhile since you posted this, but, what shape pan/s did you use for this cake. I would love to duplicate it for my friends baby shower. It is gorgeous!

SweetArt Says... 9 years ago

I used a 9x13 and cut into thirds and stacked.

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Nice!

veejaytx Says... 9 years ago

That is so pretty and sweet, too! I'm putting it in my favorites!

KimAZ Says... 9 years ago

This is SO darn cute! Wonderful job on it. How did you get the cake to stand upright like that?

ShelbysYummys Says... 9 years ago

nice job!!!!!!!!!!!

ljdaa Says... 9 years ago

Very creative, and I was also wondering how you kept it standing upright. congrats....

SweetArt Says... 9 years ago

It stays straight because it is pastillage that was dried flat and then applied to the cake.

msty112 Says... 9 years ago

I love it!! Sorry but what is pastillage?

SweetArt Says... 9 years ago

"Pastillage is rolled Fondant without any of the softening ingredients (glycerin corn starch or shortening). It is used mainly for decorative ribbons, three dimensional shapes and appliqués because it dries bone-dry and crusts more quickly than Fondant." (qoute from baking911) (...)

msmanning2 Says... 9 years ago

i know it has been awhile since you posted this, but, what shape pan/s did you use for this cake. I would love to duplicate it for my friends baby shower. It is gorgeous!

SweetArt Says... 9 years ago

I used a 9x13 and cut into thirds and stacked.


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