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Basic Fondant Techniques taught by Elisa Strauss

Build a sweet and solid cake decorating foundation with acclaimed cake designer Elisa Strauss in this free beginner fondant mini-class.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Cake Decorating
Occasion Wedding
Type 3 or more Tiers
Material Fondant
Style Simple
Clare Bodlovic on craftsy.com

Do you sell this cake? No, just for fun

Clare Bodlovic on craftsy.com

Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: made for a wedding gift for a friend at work, my first cake i have made, its basic sponge recipe, each tier is 4inch high starting with a 10" , 8" and a 6"

Clare Bodlovic on craftsy.com

Do people eat fondant? Is there a way to make it tastee better?

10/18/2013 Flag

Yes it's totally edible. You can add extracts or candy flavoring and mix it in just like you would if you were adding color

10/19/2013 Flag

yes Bryannal is right i normal mix a bit of lemon flavor in to mine, found this out after this cake goes down well

10/20/2013 Flag

that looks great for your first cake. Im really impressed

10/19/2013 Flag

thank you :)

10/20/2013 Flag

fantastic!!

10/24/2013 Flag

well done, it looks elegant

11/07/2013 Flag