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Placing a shoe on a cake board

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First time trying this....how do i place a shoe on a cake board and make sure it does not fall over?

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I just use royal icing...not too thin and allow 24 hours to dry.......I've heard of people using melted chocolate too.
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I do it with a smear of melted chocolate under the foot of the shoe. The shoe adheres immediately.

If I need to remove the shoe at a later date (and I've done that), I can use a hair dryer on warm (blown under the board) to melt the chocolate and remove the shoe with no damage.

Rae
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Thank u both so much!
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