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post #31 of 141
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Originally Posted by anasazi17

I am going to try this with Wilton tomorrow! I am very excited to see if it works!! I'll let you all know icon_smile.gif



Please let us know if the Wilton works.

And thank you OP for posting this information. This opens up a whole new world of playtime for us. Can't wait to try it out.
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post #32 of 141
Being able to bend over the edges opens up a whole new world of possibilities! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #33 of 141
Thank you so much everyone , I can not wait to start using these new suggestins! [/i]
post #34 of 141
Thanks for the info--look forward to trying it!
post #35 of 141
I LOVE EVERYONE ON CC!!! Nowhere else can you find out things like this. This tip alone will open so many new doors! icon_biggrin.gifthumbs_up.gif
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post #36 of 141
Marci_Jay, would you mind looking on the package and telling me if this product is kosher? It would have either a U, V, or K in a circle or other shape. I'd really appreciate it!!

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Kathi
post #37 of 141
Thanks so much for sharing. I can see the possibilities now.Can't wait to try some.
post #38 of 141
hi all i use the recipe for gum paste on the back of the gum tex can wonder if it will work going to try tomorrow
post #39 of 141
Very cool....thanks for the tip icon_smile.gif
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post #40 of 141
Zut! I just used my whole canister of Wilton g.p. mix to make gum paste... May have to go get another one tomorrow to try this! Looking to make a 3D Eiffel Tower out of RI, but afraid RI will be too brittle. This should work great!
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post #41 of 141
Ok, I just tried this method with Wilton GP mix, I tried a few different ratios of water to GP mix ...and I am not sure if it has worked. For my first try I used 1/3 C. H2O+1 C. of GP mix = no good. Try #2 might be the ticket; 1/3 C H2O+2 C. GP mix. This mixture held its shape after piping, unlike try #1 which just oozed together into a mess. I am going to let the second one dry over night to see what its like in the morning. I hope it works...but it was totally fun experimenting today! I took pictures of all of the steps, I'll post them later with my results after plenty of drying time.
post #42 of 141
Would anyone mind giving me the link to the site where I could order the kitchen brand gumpaste, the one that sent the email with the new info. TIA
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post #43 of 141
Recipe for flexible icing (originally for spider webs):

http://cakecentral.com/recipes/7283/gummy-spider-webs-with-marshmallows

HTH
post #44 of 141
Question: is TBK gumpaste mix the same as the other gumpaste mixes in a bag? Or do you have to use THAT brand?
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post #45 of 141
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Originally Posted by JanH

Recipe for flexible icing (originally for spider webs):

http://cakecentral.com/recipes/7283/gummy-spider-webs-with-marshmallows

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Laughing as I type: This looks like too much work! LOl, if I can add water to gumpaste mix and get much the same results I'm taking that route, for sure! icon_lol.gificon_biggrin.gificon_lol.gif
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