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post #166 of 260
Eileenscakes

Canadian Tire has towels called Shop Rags they are blue. That is what I use, never had a problem smoothing since.
post #167 of 260
I went to Golda's last week and stocked up. I bought both the red and the black Satin Ice, as those are impossible colours to make. I can't wait to try them!

Also bought the new Wilton book, which I thought was a waste of 12 bucks. thumbsdown.gif
post #168 of 260
Martha - when you use the red fondant, would you mind taking a pic of the cake and posting it on here? I would be interested to see what the red looks like. I say that because I ordered the pink fondant on-line, expecting it would be more of a "baby" pink. You can't really tell the colour from the "swatches" on Golda's site. However, as is clear in my photos (the "present" cake), the actual colour was more of a fuschia, quite bright, almost neon. I gather that black is pretty much black, but I'd love to see the shade of red. I'd appreciate if you could show what the red looks like. Thanks!
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post #169 of 260
Just a quick question...
Have any of you tried mimac glaze delux ice rolled fondant???
I found a supplier in Brampton and apparently once you have tried this fondant you will never go back to what you were using before!?! I currently get Choco Pan from a supplier in Mississauga and it would be nice to try something else!

Anna
post #170 of 260
ohare - never heard of it??
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post #171 of 260
I may order a 10lb pail, as I seem to be busy and am slowly running out of Choco Pan. The supplier gave me a price to ship it from Brampton to where I live in Brooklin and it works out to be the same amount that I spend on Choco Pan. The only thing with the Choco Pan is I have to drive into the bowels of Mississauga to pick it up! That supplier is conveniently only open mon-fri 9-5, go figure.

If I order some and try it out I will let you know what it is like!
post #172 of 260
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Originally Posted by ohare

I may order a 10lb pail, as I seem to be busy and am slowly running out of Choco Pan. The supplier gave me a price to ship it from Brampton to where I live in Brooklin and it works out to be the same amount that I spend on Choco Pan. The only thing with the Choco Pan is I have to drive into the bowels of Mississauga to pick it up! That supplier is conveniently only open mon-fri 9-5, go figure.

If I order some and try it out I will let you know what it is like!


That sounds interesting! Our son lives in Brampton, so we are up there at least once a month, so I could save on shipping. Can you share the name of the supplier?
post #173 of 260
The supplier is Essence Cakes. I believe the website is www.essencecakes.com
post #174 of 260
I spoke to this supplier a few weeks ago and she said that their product was made by another popular named fondant (she would not say but I am thinking it is satin ice??) and that they just put their label on it and sell it. When I priced the cost of shipping it would have worked out to be the same as a pail of satin ice including the shipping. ohare I too would be interested in hearing how it is if you do order some. I ended up not getting any from there because I had a trip to Port Huron already planned and bought the fondex down there.
Martha - I too just bought some black and red because I am sick of trying to get the colours right!!! I have not used the red yet but the black is great!!
post #175 of 260
Eileenscakes,

The fondant is made by Mimac Glaze and is sold under the name Deluxe Ice Rolled Fondant. I'm not sure if that is the same as Satin Ice! I will definately let you know how it is when I order some. I still have 1/2 a 10 lb pail of Choco Pan to go through. Now that is good fondant!! The supplier for Choco Pan is in Mississauga.
post #176 of 260
Hey Everyone!

I got a new Michael's coupon today - good until July 26th. It's for 20% off an "entire regular price purchase" so not just one item. As usual, it's no good on sale items, but I haven't seen them do a coupon for an amount off an entire purchase before - ? Anyhow, Here's the link if you want to print it off and use it.

http://www.michaels.com/coupons/071408/coupon.html
Mommy to Colette (b. Oct. 4, 2006) and to my four-legged "baby" Otto (b. July 7, 2004)
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post #177 of 260
I just came back to my puter and saw a new post here and a Micheal's coupon. icon_biggrin.gif Yeah, not as good as 50% off ones,but I guess if I buy a few items it might work out as good or better!

Finally!


Nancy
post #178 of 260
Hi All,

I am looking for some advice. I am doing my first wedding cake, carrot with cream cheese icing and covered in mm fondant. Someone wrote in another post never to use cream cheese icing under fodant because it makes the fondant melt ( I really don't want that to happen). Any words of wisdom from anyone would be really appreciated.

Thanks
post #179 of 260
Hey all.
I'm from Cambridge Ontario. Just made my first trip tp Goldas last week and really liked it.(a little pricey) And luved using Satin Ice for the first time.
Has anyone ever purchased Sweetex here in canada?
And the Mccalls wharehouse is it open to the public? Is it worth the mmbership?
TIA
post #180 of 260
Kels...I think it's worth it. Mostly because of availability tho. The prices were good but what I liked was that you could get just about ANYTHING you were looking for. Liked that.
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