Fondant Figurines

Decorating By DecoAddict Updated 31 Mar 2014 , 10:46am by 1nonlyqueen

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DecoAddict Posted 11 Mar 2014 , 10:11pm
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ASo, I'm just getting into the whole Fondant thing. I took all 3 courses of the Wilton Cake classes and love decorating. Now, I'm intrigued to try the Fondant Figures I see being done. I want to try and see if I can grab that talent.

My question - these are mainly just 'decoration' for a cake right? No one really eats them? What happens after that - are they savable? Or just have to get thrown away after some time?


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1nonlyqueen Posted 31 Mar 2014 , 10:46am
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I work with a few people that only want to use edible materials like Rice Krispies...

But when it comes to making cakes for myself and family I like to us sticks, wires, styrofoam to help me create the skeleton of my figurines... When I use these materials I always warn people before hand that the figures are non edible...

And I mostly save the figurines especially the ones I've made for my daughters birthday.. The figures remain the same the only thing is the color of the fondant fades a bit after years..

Hope I was able to help!!!

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