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I went on the youtube channel for Global Sugar Art and Mr.Tetreault said"If you are laying it on a cake top or sides, it will hold up to the moisture. It would not hold it's shape in a bow or ribbon, etc. The added moisture would cause it to collapse"So I'm a happy caker! By the way if you haven't seen the Sugar Dress Lace in action, here is the video
Does any one know how well this holds up to moisture? I do mostly non dairy whipped topping cakes and I would love to try this. But whopped topping is very moist, I wonder if this stuff would start to melt?
I toss them in frozen as well. They do not come out soggy.
If you add some tylose powder or gumtex to the fondant it will harden and it wont need any other support. Or use gumpaste and let it dry. That is how I made this bottle. It is actually just a shell of the bottle.
Also, let your gumpaste sit about 10-15 minutes before you use them. The gumpaste will not be sticky and won't stick in the tappit.
Here is a tutorial. It is in another language but you can follow the pictures. Scroll about 1/2 way down the page and you will find it.¤tPage=2
Fill it with a store bought cupcake.
Yes you can if you put a layer of royal icing or even a crusting buttercream on them first. If they are that delicate, I would use royal to strengthen them up a bit. Make sure the icing is dry before you put on your wafer paper or it will sink a bit as it dries.
I agree with JWinslow and I'm glad I could help! Beautiful cake!
Not sure where you are located but in California you can buy Pastry Pride at any Smart and Final store. It is a non dairy whipped topping which needs no stabilization and whips up stiff enough to make roses and stars. At Sams club or Costco you can buy Bettercreme or Rich's which is pretty much the same as Pastry Pride. Ask for it at the bakery. Take a look at my gallery, Pastry Pride is all I use, no buttercream or fondant.
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