Medieval Castle

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This is a 3 layer, 8-inch square. The towers are made of Rice Krispie treats. The whole thing is covered with individually placed fondant 'stones'.

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Awesome!!!! It looks so real...the child is going to love, love, love this!!! You are the Queen of the Castle!!!!!

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How did you do the trim on top?? I've tried to make them before but failed miserably. :cry: This castly is perfect.

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Cyndi, I used a border cutter to make the top. I think it's FMM, but I don't remember and didin't save the packaging.

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thanks for the nice compliments! harrison - the drawbridge is a piece of gumpaste. I used a wooden slat impression mat, but you can't really see it. The 'ropes' are gumpaste. The bridge is resting on a big blob of fondant. For the grass, I first piped random blobs of icing to give a hilly effect, then went over the whole thing with grass tip 233 using 2-toned green icing.

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How long did it take? hahaha... my family was out of town, so I was home alone. Needed to do SOMETHING all night! :)

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Awesome!!!! It looks so real...the child is going to love, love, love this!!! You are the Queen of the Castle!!!!!

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thanks for the nice compliments! harrison - the drawbridge is a piece of gumpaste. I used a wooden slat impression mat, but you can't really see it. The 'ropes' are gumpaste. The bridge is resting on a big blob of fondant. For the grass, I first piped random blobs of icing to give a hilly effect, then went over the whole thing with grass tip 233 using 2-toned green icing.

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How did you do the trim on top?? I've tried to make them before but failed miserably. :cry: This castly is perfect.

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Cyndi, I used a border cutter to make the top. I think it's FMM, but I don't remember and didin't save the packaging.

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How long did it take? hahaha... my family was out of town, so I was home alone. Needed to do SOMETHING all night! :)


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