Fondant/gumpaste To Store Them?

Decorating By sumerae Updated 30 Sep 2010 , 7:53pm by TexasSugar

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sumerae Posted 30 Sep 2010 , 3:39pm
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When you make them ahead of time?

I need to make one for the top of a cake, it'llbe laying flat on the cake. If I make it this weeken, how should I store it for the next 2 weeks until I use it?

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casme Posted 30 Sep 2010 , 6:20pm
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put the dryed pieces on a piece of styrofoam and then put them in a cardboard cake box. Don't put them in plastic or they will soften up.

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Cakegirl313 Posted 30 Sep 2010 , 6:48pm
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Yeah I've alwasys been told to keep in a box like a shoe box in a cool dry spot and they will last for a really long time.

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zespri Posted 30 Sep 2010 , 7:26pm
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the pieces I practice with (not intending to be eaten) just sit on a tray on a shelf, and they're fine. some of them have been there months and months, they're still perfect. Obviously if you intended to eat them you'd be more careful of bugs and things potentially landing on them, definitely a cardboard box, plastic makes them kinda melt.

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TexasSugar Posted 30 Sep 2010 , 7:53pm
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I like a card board box myself. It protects them for dust and stuff but still lets them breathe and finish drying out. The one time I put something in a plastic air tight container, the little black spots I used for eyes and eyebrows bleed and spread.

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