Fondant Dog Tutorial



1. Preparation – I always use several pieces of polystyrene. This is how I achieve that the model has inside’s wooden stick long enough to be stable on a cake and also I do not damage hours of attempt when I want to move it from polystyrene to a cake. It is easier to move several layers from the bottom and then the topper.

I hope other pictures are so obvious they do not need other comments. If so, do not hesitate to ask.
The light is not the best, but I am always modeling in late hours and taking pictures at this time is a big misery.

Hope this helps someone :)


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With the help of your Fondant Dog Tutorial, I have also made similar toy for my children who is very happy to have it. Website is helpful in providing essay help. In this tutorial, you have mentioned very clear instructions about how to make this fondant dog.


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