Chocolate Transfer Emblem

Decorating By rhiannonsmon Updated 10 Aug 2008 , 12:14am by kakeladi

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rhiannonsmon Posted 9 Aug 2008 , 8:45pm
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I found a cake in the gallery section that I would like to attempt for my granddaughter. It's a webkinz cake and in the baker's descpription she said that the emblem on the cake was a chocolate transfer emblem. Can someone guide me on how to do this or where I can get the information as I am a novice at cake decorating. Thanks very much in advance for your help!

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kakeladi Posted 10 Aug 2008 , 12:14am
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Using candy melts, melt the colors you need.
Place plastic wrap over the picture and fill in.
Let dry at room temp - can take up to an hr depending on the temp & humidity of room.

If you don't have colored candy melts, add candy food colors to white w/a toothpick.
If it is very hot/humid you can place the figure in the frig for 20 minutes.
To fill in, place the melted candy into a small parchment bag (OR a plastic sandwich bag) and cut a tiny hole in the end. Use a toothpick to nudge the melted candy against outlines or other colors. Be sure there are no holes (even tiny ones) in the finished picture.
What is the bottom of the finished piece is what is place against the cake.

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