Winnie The Pooh Cake....making Characters Out Of Mmf

Decorating By rolosgirl Updated 5 Jun 2009 , 1:17am by Rylan

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rolosgirl Posted 4 Jun 2009 , 11:33pm
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What is the best way to get all the colors I want?

Should I buy some of the colored Wilton, even though it tastes awful? Or is there an easy way to get bright reds with MMF?

And the best way to get a honey brown color for Pooh?

What is the best way to get good colors with fondant, in general.......using regular icing colors?

I am new to this, so any tips would be greatly appreciated?

Thanks ladies!

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Rylan Posted 5 Jun 2009 , 1:17am
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1. You use food gel coloring

2. That's up to you, I personally would buy colored red fondant or just use an airbrush.

3. I believe you can achieve that color by adding brown on yellow fondant.

4. I really have no tip. I usually mix colors to a small piece of fondant and see how it works.

5. I use Satin Ice, when I add too much gel coloring, it tends to change the consistency of the fondant. To give any color an earthy tone, just add brown.

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