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post #16 of 18
Armids - after washing and drying hands roll some fondant around in your hands then toss it away. Sometimes, even after scrubbing, your hands may not be perfectly clean. Make sure you wear lint free clothing....no knitted jumpers.

For larger size balls I roll out even log/s, cut into same size pieces, then roll into ball. This does take a lot of fondant though.
post #17 of 18
That's a great idea, Zoozicake. Thank you for your suggestions. I'll try it.
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post #18 of 18
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Well, I made my cake and I went the sixlets route. Looked great! I also did a vertical gumball machine with the sixlets in it. Again, looked great! So glad I asked! Now lets see if I can upload some photos!
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