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Hello I think this was maybe posted at sometime but what do you use to make gumpaste flowers but still be sort of unbreakable . I don't want them to break as much. Thanks for all of your help.
post #2 of 5
I use fondant. It can be strengthened a bit by adding some Tylose powder or Wilton's GumTex.
post #3 of 5
Your question is confusing. Gumpaste is ideal medium for flowers, it dries rock hard. You must be very careful while handling them.
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post #4 of 5
Try Scott Woolley's gumpaste recipe. His has gelatin added to it, and one with agar-agar which makes it even more strong, yet flexible.
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Was that supposed to say stable gumpaste flowers? It was really confusing!
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