Chalk Board Cake

Decorating By cake-o-holic Updated 6 May 2015 , 2:17pm by ypierce82

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cake-o-holic Posted 6 May 2015 , 1:23pm
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Looking to do something like this.  Just wondering what i would use for the writing? and how to get that white wash affect.  Maybe use white americolour airbrush liquid?

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SweetShop5 Posted 6 May 2015 , 1:34pm
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I'm pretty sure it was done using candy melts. Check out this video: 

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ypierce82 Posted 6 May 2015 , 2:17pm
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You can use the gel food color to paint the design on, or use candy melts. I used the candy melt method to do fondant chalkboard cupcake toppers. I wanted them to look like a chalk board that has been erased. I let the fondant set up a bit and then I used a paint brush to brush on some powdered sugar....that part came out perfect. The problem with the candy melts is that, well, they melt. I kept the whole bag in the freezer and pulled out a few at a time. Once you break it in half to "write" with it,  you have one point on each end to write with; I began to cut them into four pieces. It took 2 bags to complete 280 of the toppers. If I were doing a cake, I would probably paint on the details then once they have dried, go back with a brush and some sugar to get the white washed effect, but either method would work.  Good luck!

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