I decided to try Fondarific because I did a taste test at my local cake supply store. It tasted great. I did more research and watched James Rosselle use it on their website. I figured if it was good enough for him to use, it would be good enough for me to use!
I made a 3 tier cake today and used the Fondarific for the first time. If I had a couple more hours to work on the cake, I would have gone to Michaels and bought Wilton...and I don't like Wilton!
Fondarific is way too soft, sticks to the counter (it says you need little to no powdered sugar or cornstarch), stretches like crazy, and you can't make long strips of anything without it stretching out by the time you get it on the cake!
Has anyone had any success with Fondarific? It says even beginners can work with it. I don't see how! I have used fondant for years and years without this much of a problem! So glad it wasn't for a wedding cake!