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post #106 of 142
With the gumpaste mix does everything need to be grease free like with royal icing?
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post #107 of 142
Thanks for all the posts, I was looking into sugarveil for a wedding cake that I'm doing in March and thought I would check CC to see if there were any postings and how people liked it when I ran across this thread. I am definitely going to try this. Has anyone tried making ribbons and bows with this? if so how did you like the results?
post #108 of 142
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Thanks for sharing, I wonder if this would work for piping messages. My hand writing sucks to begin with, it's worse on a cake.

Unfortunately you cant do the handwriting as it would be a mirror image.. so the words would be backwards when you tried to apply to your cake.. icon_biggrin.gif



You could do the writing if you turn the paper over and write it backwards. It should not be too hard to do as you are now seeing it backwards. When it dries then you can place it on your cake and it shows as the correct direction.
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You wouldn't need to write it backwards, the top is what is seen, the back of the piping rests towards the cake. Like here:
http://cakecentral.com/gallery/1940664

I just lightly greased a piece of parchment and piped out the web and lettering, let dry overnight, peeled off the parchment and the side that was against the parchment is the back of the design.
post #109 of 142
Neat! what did you use to hold up the web?

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You wouldn't need to write it backwards, the top is what is seen, the back of the piping rests towards the cake. Like here:
http://cakecentral.com/gallery/1940664

I just lightly greased a piece of parchment and piped out the web and lettering, let dry overnight, peeled off the parchment and the side that was against the parchment is the back of the design.
post #110 of 142
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post #111 of 142
Forgive me if this is a dumb question, but can one use Tylose powder and water for the same effect? We dont have these brands you're talking about, but if tylose would work, how would it taste nice???
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A down-to-earth South African who has a growing interest in fondant cakes...I've been bitten by the cake bug!
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post #112 of 142

Can someone please post the recipe of the TBK White gumpaste mix? I'm curios if it is has eggs or gelatin coz I can't eat those :( Thanks in advance!
 

post #113 of 142

The gum paste is a great idea.  Adding corn syurp or pipping gel also works well.  I will try the gum paste, sounds like it may be a good choice.  Thanks for the tip.

post #114 of 142

I have a doubt about sugarveil mats.. Does fondant work with the sugarveil mat jus like they work with any other silicon mold? or are they too intricate for that..

post #115 of 142

this sounds very interesting.. might have to give it a try!

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post #116 of 142

BMarlowe 001 Did you try putting it in the freezer for a few minutes and see if it will slide off of your paper? It is worth a shot to see if that helps!


Edited by remnant3333 - 11/26/12 at 11:13am
post #117 of 142

I have to try this!

post #118 of 142

Can someone either post a link to Baker's Kitchen or send me the link in a PM? ARe you referring to the business in the US or UK or other? I've Googled it and found a few hits so not sure which one is correct or even if either are ;(

post #119 of 142

Thanks for sharing everyone.

Reeny  I have not tried it but I read somewhere recently to roll fondant on to sugarveil mats for a quick lace effect,
 

post #120 of 142

Awesome tip! Thanks!

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