Oval Cake

I was trying the faux fondant on this one. It looked ok but the fondant needed to be thicker. Not to bad for my first try. It was a lot easier then reg fondant!

Comments

caduchi Says... 9 years ago

tina, you go girl. Hhow do you get your red, to be so red, mines always come out pink

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

To get red, I mix 2 different reds together. In order to get red you have to use most all of the reds if you use Wilton colors. If you use Americolor you won't have to use much. Thanks for the compliment~

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

Good job!

CarolAnn Says... 10 years ago

You did good!! You'll like the faux fondant more every time you work with it.

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

you can't see the crumbs... I did have a few.. Thanks! I will use it again it tasted great!

CarolAnn Says... 10 years ago

You did good!! You'll like the faux fondant more every time you work with it.

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

Good job!

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

you can't see the crumbs... I did have a few.. Thanks! I will use it again it tasted great!

caduchi Says... 9 years ago

tina, you go girl. Hhow do you get your red, to be so red, mines always come out pink

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

To get red, I mix 2 different reds together. In order to get red you have to use most all of the reds if you use Wilton colors. If you use Americolor you won't have to use much. Thanks for the compliment~


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