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Pink Ombre

Created in this Craftsy Course

Fondant Frills taught by Maggie Austin

Couture cake artist Maggie Austin shows you how to create an elegant ombre cake with her signature – and secret! – frill technique.

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Category Cake Decorating
Material Fondant
Style Whimsical
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Fondant, ball tool, cel-pad

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Really pretty,

12/14/2012 Flag

Thanks

12/14/2012 Flag

pretty :)

12/28/2012 Flag

Thx

12/28/2012 Flag

Congratulations, Beautiful work. I also signed up for this class. I can't wait to make one. HOw long did it take you to decorate this?

01/16/2013 Flag

It did take a log time but once i got a rythem going it went buy pretty quickly, luckly it was a practice cake so there was no time constraint. And the flowers I always have some ready and packed away.

01/16/2013 Flag

Hi, this looks amazing. Did you just use the Satin Ice pink as a base? Also, do you think the frills would be fine for 2 days at room temperature or you think they might start breaking? Again, congratulations on your beautiful work.

10/10/2013 Flag

For the fondant I used number wrap fondant to color I used Wilton rose gel color. The longer the frills have to dry the better they look in my opinion. You may want to try diluting coffee creamer in some hot water to use as your liquid for your icing if you will be leaving your cakes out.

10/11/2013 Flag

That's Nu-Wrap fondant ordered through Cal Java.

10/11/2013 Flag