Cake Modelling Board

Decorating By JaynieKinns Updated 24 Jul 2013 , 5:40pm by AngelFood4

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JaynieKinns Posted 24 Jul 2013 , 8:51am
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Does anyone know of a good board they use for making models on? Thats not too pricey (and hopefully available in the uk or ship to the uk) I've been looking for acrylic boards but I don't know if they would be the best option, as I've never used one I don't know how they fair for none stick. That and most boards I find, fair enough they are chopping boards, have that rough texture on them and obviously I want a smooth board so the board doesn't effect the texture of the fondant.

Hope this makes sense and someone can give me ideas! =)




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AngelFood4 Posted 24 Jul 2013 , 5:40pm
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I like using a craft self-healing cutting mats to make my models on (I have a small 10 inch one).  Fondant doesn't stick to it so need to grease or cornstarch it and you can cut right on it without worrying about scratching it up.  Plus it has the measurements right on it to help keep everything to size.

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