When To Ice A Cake, & Stars On Wires

Decorating By lupitt Updated 29 Jul 2011 , 8:40pm by patjobes

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lupitt Posted 29 Jul 2011 , 8:36pm
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Hello, I'm here again with my newbie questions!

I have made a fruit cake which I've covered in marzipan and is now drying on top of the piano!

Can someone tell me please when I should ice it? It's been drying for 2 days so far and is for my parents anniversary 'do' which is in 8 days. I was thinking of icing it on Tuesday/Wednesday which gives me about 3 days to put wrong any mistakes!


I'm adding stars on wires and wondered a) how far in advance I can make those and b) is there anything I should know before starting them?!!

Thanks in advance, CC has become the new 'Facebook' I'm loving it!

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patjobes Posted 29 Jul 2011 , 8:40pm
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you can make your stars on wires many months in advance and they will be fine in fact i think the earlier the better for them to dry out, also if its a fruit cake and covered in marzipan first you can decorate it now if not then two days early will be fine

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