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Another royal Icing question

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After making your royal icing decoration in this cake flowers. if I put them in a container after they get dry would they get weak again?????
I try to make them before but it took quite a while to dry but after they are dry if I place them in an air seal container would they get damage???
post #2 of 5
Once the flowers are dry, you can put them in tupperware or whatever and they will stay dry. I made some for practice and they stayed dry and fine for over a year and even survived a cross country move.
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I've kept royal icing flowers in a tupperware container for several months before and they looked/felt just like the day I made them. (I actually just forgot about them, that's why they were there so long! I threw them out anyway, though. There are limits...)

I put a few paper towels in the bottom to cushion them. Don't know if it helped soak up any humidity. Just keep them in a cool, dry place.
post #4 of 5
As long as they are completely dry you shouldn't have any issues. If they aren't, then the moisture will make them all soft.

You can also save them in a cardboard box.
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OMG thanks so much for your help, is very much appreciated now I don't have to worry. Thanks again
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