Created by: Abi Burgess
Project

My First attempt at a Fondant Frill Cake

What are you most proud of? I am most proud of the fact that I was even able to complete this project, let alone my efforts be good enough to present as a wedding cake and I feel confident I won't let my brother and my new sister down on their special day! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't be daunted. This cake looks amazing and technically very difficult but actually its easier than it looks. You just need to allow plenty of time. I found that when running the fondant through the KA pasta roller the suggested level (6 i think) was too thin and the fondant tore really easily. I adjusted the thickness up to level 4 and this seemed to work much better for me as an amateur.

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Abi Burgess made My First attempt at a Fondant Frill Cake with:

Fondant Frills

Online Class

Fondant Frills

with Maggie Austin

  • Fondant

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I am most proud of the fact that I was even able to complete this project, let alone my efforts be good enough to present as a wedding cake and I feel confident I won't let my brother and my new sister down on their special day! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't be daunted. This cake looks amazing and technically very difficult but actually its easier than it looks. You just need to allow plenty of time. I found that when running the fondant through the KA pasta roller the suggested level (6 i think) was too thin and the fondant tore really easily. I adjusted the thickness up to level 4 and this seemed to work much better for me as an amateur.

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Skill Level

Intermediate

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