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I need to make my sons grooms cake in camoflouge but I am in a time crunch. Anyone have a good an simple fondant camo idea.please help
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Probably too late, but I would just use crusting buttercream in a time crunch, tint it, pipe it in a camo pattern with a tip 12, and flatten with a paper towel. We did it that way at a bakery I used to work at . Hope it all worked out.

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That first video was pretty cool I definitely think ill be trying that!! I've done the buttercream method and it worked great IMG
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post #5 of 6

Sharon Zambito use to have it on her blog using fondant.

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That first video was pretty cool I definitely think ill be trying that!! I've done the buttercream method and it worked great Camo cake done in buttercream technique learned on cc Rice Krispie plaque covered in fondant with gum paste antlers


You Go rexigirl, You did it!  And it turned out great;-D

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