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Spiderwebs WITHOUT Sugarveil? Thought there was a sub...?

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I am positive that someone had a substitute 'formula' to get a similar effect as the Sugarveil product. I need to make some spiderwebs for a cake this week, and I can't find this info anywhere. My search only brings up the real Sugarveil info. Can anyone help me!?? And quick?!!
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http://cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=32371&postdays=0&postorder=asc&&start=30

Here is the thread. HTH
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I just made a cake with spiderwebs, I used a gumpaste mix from bakers kitchen, it makes flexible royal icing. I just drew spiderwebs on parchment paper and piped the royal on the paper, let it dry overnight then peel it right off! I works like a charm! They have different colors.I used the chocolate then added black color. I first saw it on Amazing Wedding Cakes.
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I made some for a quick cake for a spiderman cake out of choc...I just followed and outline on paper and put in the refrig to dry hard...and peeled them off...
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Originally Posted by lyndim

I just made a cake with spiderwebs, I used a gumpaste mix from bakers kitchen, it makes flexible royal icing. I just drew spiderwebs on parchment paper and piped the royal on the paper, let it dry overnight then peel it right off! I works like a charm! They have different colors.I used the chocolate then added black color. I first saw it on Amazing Wedding Cakes.



I did this as well, using Wilton gum paste mix (dry powder in the can). Worked perfectly. Used in on the Charlotte's Web/Farm Cake in my pics for a large web, also did it for small webs on cupcake (not in my photos).
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Full house, what recipe did you use with the dry powder?
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Originally Posted by FullHouse

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Originally Posted by lyndim

I just made a cake with spiderwebs, I used a gumpaste mix from bakers kitchen, it makes flexible royal icing. I just drew spiderwebs on parchment paper and piped the royal on the paper, let it dry overnight then peel it right off! I works like a charm! They have different colors.I used the chocolate then added black color. I first saw it on Amazing Wedding Cakes.



I did this as well, using Wilton gum paste mix (dry powder in the can). Worked perfectly. Used in on the Charlotte's Web/Farm Cake in my pics for a large web, also did it for small webs on cupcake (not in my photos).



Stupid question??? did you make a standard royal recipe and then add the gumpaste powder to it??? or did you have a recipe that used the gumpaste??? sorry I tried the original thread and it is corrupt so I could not get an exact recipe... Thanks Kat
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thanks TexasSugar!!
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post #10 of 13
Sorry, I'm just now seeing this thread again. I found all of the info here:
http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-676017.html
post #11 of 13
Recipe: 1/3 cup of hot water to 1 cup dry gum paste mix. Whip as you would RI.
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I'll have to try this sometime!
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Can someone please post the recipe of the TBK White gumpaste mix? I'm curios if it is has eggs or gelatin coz I can't eat those :( Thanks in advance!
 

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