Help! What Is Fbct?

Decorating By MellasMagic Updated 4 Feb 2016 , 12:52am by kakeladi

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MellasMagic Posted 3 Feb 2016 , 9:16pm
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Okay, so I have been out of the decorating world for about 14 years now and I have decided to come back to what I love to do! I have been reading and learning and couldn't figure out what FBCT stands for! Can someone please tell me what this is? relaxed.png Thanks! 

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costumeczar Posted 3 Feb 2016 , 10:19pm
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Frozen ButterCream Transfer :)

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kakeladi Posted 4 Feb 2016 , 12:52am
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It is really easy.  Just pipe your design in b'cream on plastic wrap (on a flat surface like a cookie sheet or if small on a cake board) and stick it in the fzr. for a couple of hours.  When ready to place on the cake, turn it over and lay on cake peeling off  the plastic wrap.    Some peoiple use wax paper.  Just remember what is against the plastic is what will be seen as the finished top.   Some people put a layer of solid color - usually white over the finished piece before fzing so the colors don't run if the cake has sweat &/or make it thicker.  

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