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Basic Fondant Techniques taught by Elisa Strauss

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Category Cake Decorating
Style Traditional
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Fondant, edible icing sheets for the photos, piping gel, food grade dusting powders

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What are you most proud of? With the help of the edible pictures the towel seems to have passed this challenge of looking like itself, a towel.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Carve the underlying cake of the towel to resemble the basic shape of the finished towel then curl and roll and fold the fondant in a similar fashion as one would a towel; fondant, before it hardens will want to flatten to whatever shape it is covering. I used a piping tip to put a texture on the towel to help create it's effect. To help with the towel effect I heated up some piping gel to help create the water droplets.

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Wow!! I love it please explain exactly how you did this !! I would love to try to make this for my church . Outstanding !!!!

08/16/2013 Flag

You do stunning work!

08/16/2013 Flag

Amazing work! Was this cake for a freiend?

09/08/2013 Flag

Wonderful! Wish I had your skill for our last convention. In trying to figure out your work on the towel, did you pipe "loopy" part of the towel on top of the fondant, if so what did you use? If not, did you poke the the tip in and out? That towel sends it over the top for me. Love all of your projects!

09/30/2013 Flag

wow... perfect.. was that photo edible..what was that_

10/08/2013 Flag