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For the L.V. purse in my gallery, I cut the strip of fondant, then pushed a real zipper into it to make the impression or you could just make the impression with some tools. Then I painted it with gold luster dust. HTH!
I tried this with the ID coffee creamers, and they never froze solid enough for me to take out of the ice cube trays, what is your secret?
I have used chocolate pudding as a filling before, but I normally put down a thin layer of BC first to make sure it doesn't soak into the cake. You definitely cannot leave it out, it will need to be refrigerated. HTH!
I have used chocolate pudding as a filling before, but I normally put down a thin layer of BC first to make sure it doesn't soak into the cake. You definitely cannot leave it out, it will need to be refrigerated. HTH!
Since I do so much of my orders online, I simply send a sweet little note asking how everything went via email, and that way I always get a reply and know if anything went wrong. It helps me tons knowing what they thought of flavor, design, etc. I have lots of customers that just email the next day letting me tknow their experience. HTH!
Into the oven carries them now too:http://www.intotheoven.com/Fondant-Tools-Smoothers-&-Edgers/c118_119_128/index.html
You can also add Crisco, it works just like the crystals if you don't have them on hand. HTH!
I just made a bunch of cakes this weekend for a lady whose son has these same allergies. I used the Vegan Chocolate cake from this site:http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-2122-Vegan-Chocolate-Cake.htmlIt is a very yummy chocolate cake, you don't even miss the dairy! And then I used an all shortening buttercream...remember not to use milk to thin. I did this this weekend and had to make a whole other batch!
I would just take a little Crisco and buff it into the part you would like to make shiny...it doesn't take much but it stays shiny.
I did brush embroidery on this all BC cake. Just make sure it is nice and crusted, and I like for mine to be chilled as well.http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&file=displayimage&pid=154073
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