Medieval Shield

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I made this rolled fondant medieval shield for my 10 years old son. He raves about medieval stuff and since it was his birthday's theme, that's what I came up with...

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The gold and silver are luster dust. It is sold in 1 or 2 oz. containers. You need to activate it with an alcool like vodka and then, paint it on on the cake. You can buy these in cake decorating stores, depending on where you are located in the world. Here in Quebec (Canada), it has been avalaible for only less than three years...This can be found on hte internet at www.creativecutters.come, or sugarcraft.com... Thanks for your nice words!

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I've seen some of the cakes the SCA people create, and this one CERTAINLY would rank highly with them! VERY NICE!

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fantastic cake!! such talent, but how did you get the gold and silver? what products did you use?

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I've seen some of the cakes the SCA people create, and this one CERTAINLY would rank highly with them! VERY NICE!

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fantastic cake!! such talent, but how did you get the gold and silver? what products did you use?

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The gold and silver are luster dust. It is sold in 1 or 2 oz. containers. You need to activate it with an alcool like vodka and then, paint it on on the cake. You can buy these in cake decorating stores, depending on where you are located in the world. Here in Quebec (Canada), it has been avalaible for only less than three years...This can be found on hte internet at www.creativecutters.come, or sugarcraft.com... Thanks for your nice words!


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