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post #16 of 18
I have been wanting to steam fondant for a while. I, too, saw episodes on the Cake Boss and it looks wonderful. Just remembered I purchased a steamer from HSN and I am going to try it next week. I can't wait. Thanks for this site and the sharing subscribers.
post #17 of 18
Thanks for sharing everybody. I have a croc wedding cake coming up. Thinking of brushing with black dust and steaming instead of coloring fondant prior to applying. Will buy clothes steamer.
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post #18 of 18
When I make gumpaste flowers I usually apply petal dust to them to enhance the flower. I then use my clothes steamer to steam them. It sets the color and make the whole flower look so much more realistic. You won't be a bit disappointed in the results.

I got my steamer from Sears a couple of years ago. I got a Sears gift card from my stepson for Christmas and new exactly what I was going to use it on. Haven't regretted it once. And it was under $40 if I remember correctly.
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Myra
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Thanks,

Myra
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