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m0use Says... 10 years ago

Very cool

tanyascakes Says... 10 years ago

Very nice! Is this made of reg. fondant?

zoozieqv Says... 10 years ago

marshmallow fondant and I used Dream whip icing for the first time underneath....I think mine was too soft.....

Godiva Says... 10 years ago

This is so cool.

zoozieqv Says... 10 years ago

Godiva, I went and looked at all your posted pics and they are georgeous!! On my fondant covered items you can see dips and smudges and it seems I can never get all the cornstarch off....how do you do it? Your fondant is PERFECT!!!!!

Godiva Says... 10 years ago

Make sure your cake is well covered w/btcm and lump free. Although I think the problem may be that you are rolling it too thin; try rolling it to 1/4". Also, do you smooth with your hands? Warm hands can soften the btcm and create these dips under the fondant. Lastly, I try not to put too much pow.sugar the top...I lightly dust it with whatever I pick up with my hand. Also, make sure your rolling pin doesn't have clumps of the sugar as that will also create markings on it...

zoozieqv Says... 10 years ago

thanks for the tips, I will try them next time... :)

momsandraven Says... 10 years ago

What a fun idea! I'll be having new neighbors move in soon, think I'll make this to say "Welcome!"

m0use Says... 10 years ago

Very cool

tanyascakes Says... 10 years ago

Very nice! Is this made of reg. fondant?

zoozieqv Says... 10 years ago

marshmallow fondant and I used Dream whip icing for the first time underneath....I think mine was too soft.....

Godiva Says... 10 years ago

This is so cool.

momsandraven Says... 10 years ago

What a fun idea! I'll be having new neighbors move in soon, think I'll make this to say "Welcome!"

zoozieqv Says... 10 years ago

Godiva, I went and looked at all your posted pics and they are georgeous!! On my fondant covered items you can see dips and smudges and it seems I can never get all the cornstarch off....how do you do it? Your fondant is PERFECT!!!!!

Godiva Says... 10 years ago

Make sure your cake is well covered w/btcm and lump free. Although I think the problem may be that you are rolling it too thin; try rolling it to 1/4". Also, do you smooth with your hands? Warm hands can soften the btcm and create these dips under the fondant. Lastly, I try not to put too much pow.sugar the top...I lightly dust it with whatever I pick up with my hand. Also, make sure your rolling pin doesn't have clumps of the sugar as that will also create markings on it...

zoozieqv Says... 10 years ago

thanks for the tips, I will try them next time... :)


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