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post #31 of 90
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LOL Laura...nope not gonna say a thing.. ANYWHO .. I made 3 cups to stack on top of the top tier of the stacked cake... get it now my friend? icon_biggrin.gif
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post #32 of 90
Ahhhhhhhhhhhh now I see the light tapedshut.gif
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post #33 of 90
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bout time LMAO

I was wondering if I needed to draw you a pic... OH please dont ask me to do that.. I have NO Time LOL
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post #34 of 90
icon_rolleyes.gif patiently waiting for the results..... just an idea... next time make some rkt inside the cups.... let set up, remove from cup, and then cover the rkt with fondant..
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post #35 of 90
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That makes MORE sense... Hey I have to go the store tomorrow..maybe I should still think about that... ok.. cups have been in there 10 min....should I try now?
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post #36 of 90
wow...so i was thinking if you had a tall enough food dehydrator it would help them dry and possibly release. good luck.
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post #37 of 90
oops, that won't work if you need the cups empty.......
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post #38 of 90
yep........ go to the freezer...........
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post #39 of 90
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Originally Posted by lovetofrost

wow...so i was thinking if you had a tall enough food dehydrator it would help them dry and possibly release. good luck.



good question.. I thought she was going to do that........ icon_confused.gif
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Hilarious... icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif Wonder what she was doing the day she decided to be a speed stacking champ (can't type it as fast as she can stack lol)
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post #41 of 90
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Hilarious... icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif Wonder what she was doing the day she decided to be a speed stacking champ (can't type it as fast as she can stack lol)



I can't even imagine icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

CHRISTI.... are you done yet?
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post #42 of 90
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Well I DID try that..and it seemed to make them soft icon_sad.gif ..

GOT THEM UNMOLDED WOOO HOOO>.. there are some small hairline cracks but I pushed them back together and I think they will dry fine icon_smile.gif
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post #43 of 90
YeeeeeHawwwwww thumbs_up.gifthumbs_up.gif
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post #44 of 90
I am glad that crisis is over...... my bedtime......... icon_smile.gif
good night my friend.......
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post #45 of 90
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The one I had unmolded without going into the freezer seems very hard on the inside... so I didn't put any of them on cups.. (TOOO SCARED)
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