Petit Fours

Made using the Kathy Scott kit. Sorry I can't get a closer picture for detail. I am forever indebted to "mac" for all her help with these.
French Vanilla cake covered with light cocoa chocolate melts. Decorations are fondant, edible pears and chocolate.

Comments

reenie Says... 8 years ago

Totally awesome! They are so delicate. Would you pm me on how they are done? Please! :cry:

zoraya Says... 8 years ago

those are beautiful! I would love to try it but they look so intimidating. Mind sharing how you did it?

mjs4492 Says... 8 years ago

I bought Kathy Scott's kit #1 and had help from "mac" (here). And actually, they're not that hard; just more steps than "regular" petit fours. Thanks for looking.

cupcakes Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful and elegant !

mjs4492 Says... 8 years ago

thank you!!

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

How did you do the beautiful little toppers? They look so intricate!! Wow! Are they from molds or did you make them? Wow!

mjs4492 Says... 8 years ago

Thank You!!! The toppers are little silicone molds that I put fondant in, froze for a few minutes, and popped them out.

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

May I ask where you got these molds? I looked up Kathy Scott but didn't see anything like what you're using here. I love how they look like old jewelry pieces. Precious!

mjs4492 Says... 8 years ago

Sure!! sweetexpress.net is the site. There are several sets. This is Kit #1. The kits contain everything needed for these petit fours, including the silicone "topper" molds. Thanks!!!

GaylaN Says... 8 years ago

Very impressive again !!! Love your work.. my email is gaylanolan@shaw.ca. Thanks.

bobwonderbuns Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful work!!!

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 8 years ago

Simply gorgeous! I love the intricacy of the designs in the fondant!

bobwonderbuns Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful work!!!

reenie Says... 8 years ago

Totally awesome! They are so delicate. Would you pm me on how they are done? Please! :cry:

zoraya Says... 8 years ago

those are beautiful! I would love to try it but they look so intimidating. Mind sharing how you did it?

mjs4492 Says... 8 years ago

I bought Kathy Scott's kit #1 and had help from "mac" (here). And actually, they're not that hard; just more steps than "regular" petit fours. Thanks for looking.

cupcakes Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful and elegant !

mjs4492 Says... 8 years ago

thank you!!

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

How did you do the beautiful little toppers? They look so intricate!! Wow! Are they from molds or did you make them? Wow!

mjs4492 Says... 8 years ago

Thank You!!! The toppers are little silicone molds that I put fondant in, froze for a few minutes, and popped them out.

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

May I ask where you got these molds? I looked up Kathy Scott but didn't see anything like what you're using here. I love how they look like old jewelry pieces. Precious!

mjs4492 Says... 8 years ago

Sure!! sweetexpress.net is the site. There are several sets. This is Kit #1. The kits contain everything needed for these petit fours, including the silicone "topper" molds. Thanks!!!

GaylaN Says... 8 years ago

Very impressive again !!! Love your work.. my email is gaylanolan@shaw.ca. Thanks.

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 8 years ago

Simply gorgeous! I love the intricacy of the designs in the fondant!


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