Cold Porcelyn

Decorating By slimkim Updated 7 Mar 2010 , 2:27pm by psmith

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slimkim Posted 7 Mar 2010 , 1:28pm
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does anyone know if you can place items made with cold porcelyn on a cake. Seeing that is not an edible item?

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psmith Posted 7 Mar 2010 , 2:27pm
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I think it would be good for display cakes/dummies. I think that the ingredients in the glue may be questionable for contact with anything edible. Found this:


Cold porcelain is considered a DECORATIVE MEDIUM and it is NOT RECOMMENDED that it be in direct contact with food. The medium is NON-TOXIC but considered to be non-edible. Susan uses only food-safe dyes in her palette of colors. She recommends that you display your originals on cake forms cut from Styrofoam and covered in rolled fondant or royal icing. If you choose to use cold porcelain ornaments on an edible cake you must first place them on a food-safe disc so that they do not come into direct contact with anything that may be eaten. She specializes in "display cakes" believing you will find her designs " too pretty to eat and her cakes too nice to slice."

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