When you purchase a digital subscription to Cake Central Magazine, you will get an instant and automatic download of the most recent issue.
Teapots & Teacups
Cupcakes With Fondant Icing
Knitting Basket Cake
These are beautiful! Did you dip or pour?
They look flawless and so elegant.
Thanks! I dip the cupcakes in the fondant twice for an even coat.
This picture belongs in a cookbook! They are very pretty and so uniform. Did you use Wilton's poured fondant recipe?
No, this one is one that I have bought. But I have tried to make it myself only it will not get total white but its ok to use. Try see on Baking 911.
beautiful!! love these too. your work is flawless. I want to know how do you get the cupcakes nice and full w/round top?
Thank you all. Katskakes: Try see under the other photo. I dont know if it will help. :D :D
These are so perfect and feminine.
Beautiful!! :D where do you buy "poured" fondant?
how did you make the tiny flowers? so cute! :roll:
I buy the fondant from Almondart.com it is called "white fondant" the roses are small sausages rolled slightly flat with a rolling pin and then just rolled into shape. Thank you for your nice comments.
they are perfect - into my favs
Beautifu I love them thanks for your tips
I'm ready to give a ladies luncheon just so I can make these cupcakes. They're beautiful! Will you share your technique of making such lovely, round cupcakes? Thank you in advance!
Absolutely stunning!!....So dumb question....You say you buy it...Is it runny? Or do you make it runny?
MaryAllison: try see under the other photo for hints. Nicoles-a-trying: The fondant is a bit sticky but not runny. When you heat it in the microwave it becomes runny.
(if this is a private computer)
Yes please, register now!