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    Once any cut outs or figurines have hardened store them in an air tight container out of the light so the colours don't fade. Purple can particularly fade.

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    http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...type=1&theater

    I made this for my daughter's alice in wonderland party

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    Im making a hens party cake next weekend. Im using that roll out icing, how to i apply colour to it? so i just paint it on? im clueless

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMCandAmelia View Post
    Im making a hens party cake next weekend. Im using that roll out icing, how to i apply colour to it? so i just paint it on? im clueless
    Knead it so it softens and then add a few drops of colour (don't add too much as it will make the icing too soft) and knead the icing until it all works in - that's what i do.
    You can buy spray on colours and just stray that on once you have iced the cake - i have no experience using these though so can't tell you what they are like.

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    wonderful thanks heaps!

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    There are awesome cakes in this thread!

    I have never used fondant, but want to start practicing now so that I can make something super for ds' 1st birthday next year :-)

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    I really really would like to take the basics class ( I'm only 14 and I would like to learn some basic tips and techniques) but my family can't afford the $20 PLUS the cost of all those supplies. It really disappoints me that they don't have extra supplies that people can reuse.

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    You tube has plenty of "how to" guides from people who want to be the next Jamie Oliver of the cake world. I learnt everything I know from You tube.

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    I really really would like to take the basics class ( I'm only 14 and I would like to learn some basic tips and techniques) but my family can't afford the $20 PLUS the cost of all those supplies. It really disappoints me that they don't have extra supplies that people can reuse.
    If you can't afford supplies then you can afford to do the course. You buy supplies for a very good reason. If you are looking at a basic course at TAFE you'd be too young anyway as the minimum age is 16 given that the environment is adult ed. Speaking of which, you're 14. What are you doing in Bubhub?

    jumski
    I learnt everything I know from You tube.
    You Tube is great for how to vids. The woman who has set up Melbourne's Cake School started her career doing exactly that...learning off YouTube.


 

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