How To Make An Eiffel Tower Ready In Less Than 24Hours?

Decorating By hd14 Updated 13 Jun 2013 , 6:57pm by Norasmom

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hd14 Posted 13 Jun 2013 , 5:53pm
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Hi all...


I have a Hermes cake due in less than 24 hrs. After covering it with fondant, there was a spot that i need to hide. I thought an eiffel tower will be a great idea. But can it dry and be sturdy enough for delivery if i only have a few hours to have it ready? If anyone has a quick eiffle tower tutorial pls pass it to me :) thanks in advance! Xx

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Norasmom Posted 13 Jun 2013 , 6:57pm
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I don't have a template, but I am sure you can find diagrams of the Eiffel tower to trace.  If you need it dried in 24 hours, I suggest you pipe candy melts onto parchment paper.  Then "glue" the sides together with the same candy melts.  Royal icing will not dry fast enough and breaks easily.  Candy melts break as well, but they harden up in the refrigerator nicely so you can break them and just make more.  

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