I've made a few practice snowflakes for a cake I'm making in April. It will have large and small snowflakes standing up around the cake.
So it's been raining for two days here, and the humidity has been 90% all day and my snowflakes, made from gumpaste, are wet and floppy. I made them 4 days ago.
It's pretty unlikely that there will be rain like this in April, but if there is, how do I get these things to dry and how can I get them to stay hard enough to stand up if the day is as humid as this?
I don't have air-con, and I can't turn only the light on in my oven. And even if I had them dry and hard enough here, an hour out of the house and they'd be flopped over and soggy again.
Any suggestions apart from hope and pray?