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post #91 of 121
Thanks for this post SquirrellyCakes! Here is my chocolate transfer...

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post #92 of 121
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Originally Posted by reesesob

Thanks for this post SquirrellyCakes! Here is my chocolate transfer...

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Holy Macaroni Batman, that's some chocolate transfer!! Good job!!
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post #93 of 121
Thats so cool. I'm going to try them this week! Thanks alot! Heather
post #94 of 121
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Originally Posted by bobwonderbuns

Holy Macaroni Batman, that's some chocolate transfer!! Good job!!



THANKS!!!
I am trying a FBCT right now and so far the chocolate is winning hands down. My FBCT is stuck to the wax paper!!! DAG NABBIT! I might just go and buy all the colors in choc and start over.
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post #95 of 121
Love it!
post #96 of 121
reesesob, great job! What did you use for coloring?

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post #97 of 121
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Originally Posted by khoudek

reesesob, great job! What did you use for coloring?



Thanks, all I did was used the "make n mold" melting chocolates that I bought at ACMoore. I know Wilton sell some too but I have never used them. HTH
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post #98 of 121
Well, that settles it! I've GOT to try these. I know what I'll be getting with the next round of Michael's 40% off coupons! Now I just need a cake to try it on! icon_biggrin.gif

Thanks for all the great info.

- Paula
post #99 of 121
I just did my first choclate transfer for a St. Patty's day cake ....I have only even done a few cakes....
If you want to see how easy it is even for a newbie that is waiting to take classes so I can learn basics,like how to pipe..lol
Check out my leprachaun transfer and shamrocks....it's not under my photos,you have to go to naughty cakes under male anatomy ....it's nothing too risque ...a mooning leprechaun..lol

If I can figure it out anybody can .....thanks Squirrelly
Nancy
post #100 of 121
Thanks so much, it's a great tip!!
Alicia

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post #101 of 121
Beautiful cake.
This seems much easier than colorflow also because there is no real drying/setting time and it would be a bit stronger too.
Could you do the chocolate coloring on wafer paper that you had your design on, would that help with strenght as well? I might try that. I have to start making some Easter chocolates to ship tomorrow! I think my Nieces would love an Easter princess print!

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post #102 of 121
Wow, I am going to try this !!! While looking through post and pictures I fond kayscake, have you seen her website, she has 100's of chocolate transfers, some really large ones too!!
post #103 of 121
Thank you for this post.....I can't wait to try the chocolate transfer. thumbs_up.gif [/b]
post #104 of 121
Thanks!
post #105 of 121
So much info for us newbies! Thank you for taking the time to write all this wonderful information down for us!! Jen
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