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post #46 of 104
sugar shack has a fondant camo tutorial on her website!! sugaredblog.blogspot.com and search camo hat HTH!!
post #47 of 104
Thanks for sharing.... thumbs_up.gifthumbs_up.gif
post #48 of 104
such a good idea! Thanks so much!
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post #49 of 104
Thanks for sharing that neat idea!!
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post #50 of 104
Thanks so much for this tutorial. I saw it a few months ago and finally got a chance to try it for my brother's birthday cake(pic in my album). We're a big military family, so my Grandfather was extremely impressed. I can't wait to do it again!
post #51 of 104
awesome! THANKS
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post #52 of 104
Thank you so much for sharing!!! That is awesome!!!
post #53 of 104
You did a great job of explaining the camo look. Thanks for the info! icon_lol.gif
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post #54 of 104
great info!!
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post #55 of 104
thank you for the tutorial... I use it for a cake for my sone and it worked like a charm.... icon_smile.gif
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post #56 of 104
cant wait to try this i have a camo smash cake to do and this will be perfect!!!
post #57 of 104
i'm having a lot of trouble with this technique. iput the 4 different colors on a crumbcoated cake, but everytime i try to roll over them with a foam roller, the icing sticks and smears. any tips?? thanks
post #58 of 104
Thank you for sharing!! Now my son wants a camo cake for his birthday and my daughter was happy to hear that it would look cool done in tye-dye!
post #59 of 104
would this work if i just needed to outline and fill in a 1 on a cake
post #60 of 104
I can't imagine that it wouldn't work sweettooth. I think it will look amazing. Be sure to post pics ^-^
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