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post #76 of 121
Almond Bark is often mentioned - but if you melt it, what happens with all the little almond bits in it (if you want, say, smooth white chocolate)?
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post #77 of 121
Almond bark doesnt have almonds in it.
post #78 of 121
Thanks, Merissa.
Almond Bark in Canada seems to always have almonds in it - unless there are any Canadians out there who can chime in and lead me elsewhere?
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post #79 of 121
okay, I tried to go back in to edit my post to clarify, but then they were down for maitenence. Almond bark the coating doesnt have almonds in it (at least not here anyway) It is a confectionary coating that is usually vanilla flavored I think. Here in the US it is sold in the baking isle with the chocolate etc and usually comes in big squares. I think there is some candy with almonds in that is probably also called almond bark. Or I guess you could add almonds and also call it almond bark. Sooooo if you cant get it plain in canada, you'd be best using something else I would say!
post #80 of 121
Appreciate the tip and instructions for chocolate transfers - will have to try. Your Dora cake is super.
post #81 of 121
hi..still new here ..On the link it says printed backwards how.. do you print backwards ?
post #82 of 121
In whatever photo program you use, you should have the option of flipping the image you're working with in any direction, at any angle. I use ULead Photo Impact, and in that program I choose the transform tool, and in that menu I choose "rotate and flip". If you flip your image horizontally it should then be backwards. Hope that helps!
post #83 of 121
merissa,
What brand of candy melts do you use?
post #84 of 121
almond bark is also referred as vanilla candy coatin. and I reverse my prints in the print menu as reverse for iron on transfer in most programs it is a check box just before you hit the print button.
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post #85 of 121
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Originally Posted by Destini

merissa,
What brand of candy melts do you use?



sorry I didnt see this before! I use wilton candy melts.
post #86 of 121
Thanks for the tips on this. I just did my first FBCT & now I have to try this this weekend!!! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #87 of 121
Im making my first chocolate transfers tonight! Wish me luck! I'll post pictures tomorrow.
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post #88 of 121
Ok, here goes... my first chocolate transfers-- the words & flowers...

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post #89 of 121
wow! those look great!

Thanks for bringing up this thread - it's super helpful!
post #90 of 121
can you color white chocolate chips for the same purpose, will that work just as well.
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