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ariun Says... 9 years ago

wow! perfect pearls

Tweedy Says... 9 years ago

Really like the marble effect. Good job.

MichelleM77 Says... 9 years ago

I love the marble effect too. Very pretty colors!

tiptop57 Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty

arrylia Says... 9 years ago

how do you do the marble effect? can u share and teach us?

Genna Says... 9 years ago

I learned from one of the Wilton books...can't remember which, but it was in the back. You start with a ball of base color fondant (in this case white) and then apply streaks of Wilton color with a toothpick (pink). Then you knead the ball of fondant like dough, but not too much because the purpose is to only marble the color- not blend. I would use gloves as it gets messy! If you have two solid colors of fondant on hand you can also marble those by kneading them together in the same manner.

Tweedy Says... 9 years ago

Really like the marble effect. Good job.

MichelleM77 Says... 9 years ago

I love the marble effect too. Very pretty colors!

tiptop57 Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty

arrylia Says... 9 years ago

how do you do the marble effect? can u share and teach us?

ariun Says... 9 years ago

wow! perfect pearls

Genna Says... 9 years ago

I learned from one of the Wilton books...can't remember which, but it was in the back. You start with a ball of base color fondant (in this case white) and then apply streaks of Wilton color with a toothpick (pink). Then you knead the ball of fondant like dough, but not too much because the purpose is to only marble the color- not blend. I would use gloves as it gets messy! If you have two solid colors of fondant on hand you can also marble those by kneading them together in the same manner.


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