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Grey fondant

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I have to make this cake next month and I am not sure how to cover/make the fondant grey.

I don't whether to try to mix a bunch of fondant grey or use like grey petal dust and dust it or paint it.
The girl wants exactly like the picture except in a hexagon shape.
post #2 of 6
Add a touch of black color or black paste to white.
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How come there is ALWAYS an "except" right behind the "exactly".  Doesn't anyone just say. "Make me this cake"? Period.  It's a really elegant cake!!

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~~We are living in a world today where lemonade is made from artificial flavors and furniture polish is made from real lemons. ~Alfred E. Newman  
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Originally Posted by MBalaska View Post
 

How come there is ALWAYS an "except" right behind the "exactly".  Doesn't anyone just say. "Make me this cake"? Period.  It's a really elegant cake!!

What?  Lots of people ask for 'exactly this cake.' There are whole threads about whether decorators should do that or not.

 

OP, just do what Godot said. Brush on some pearl dust after if you'd like.

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I think what MBalaska meant was if it's "exactly" with an "except" it's no longer "exactly"?
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With exact, I was the one who suggested to hexagon. She wanted something different. So it was my bride that changed the cake.
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