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Advanced Fondant Techniques taught by Marina Sousa

Learn how versatile fondant can be in this video class! Make ribbons and flowers and add texture, sparkle and detail to your fondant and gum paste designs.

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Category Cake Decorating
Type Three Tiers or More
Material Fondant
Style Traditional
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Fondant, metallic pink food color, stenciling brush, and a scrapbook paper with a cutout design.

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What are you most proud of? The overall finish. It was my first time doing technique and applying fondant as tiles.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't be scared to try something new.

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Absolutely Gorgeous for a beginner! I loved it so much I want to now take the classes on line. Thanks a million, you inspire me!!!

11/18/2012 Flag

Thanks for your comment. Even though I've been doing cakes for about five years now, I never want to stop learning. I've just recently, through another Craftsy class, learned how to work with royal icing. I was always scared to work with it, but am now more comfortable, since taking the class. It is a blessing to inspire others. Blessings.

11/18/2012 Flag

Amazing work!!! Is it made out of cake?

01/03/2013 Flag

Cake stand, baby carriage covering and two flowers are the only things that weren't edible. The carriage body is all cake. Handle bars, wheels, all the metal-like pieces were pastillage covered with royal icing for design. Thanks for looking.

01/03/2013 Flag

Where /or how did you get those wheels and handles. I am wanting to do a pram for an event here in uk and this is just what i am looking for. Only i had no idea how to do the wheels.Jen

02/07/2013 Flag

I did the wheels and the handles in Pastillage, and reinforced it with royal icing design. Trust me, it is very delicate. The final ones were my third attempt. Suggestion, the silver design above the wheels, should be done in all royal icing. Mine turned out heavy. Luckily I was able to rest them on the white Styrofoam behind the wheels.

02/08/2013 Flag

I did the wheels and the handles in Pastillage, and reinforced it with royal icing design. Trust me, it is very delicate. The final ones were my third attempt. Suggestion, the silver design above the wheels, should be done in all royal icing. Mine turned out heavy. Luckily I was able to rest them on the white Styrofoam behind the wheels.

02/08/2013 Flag