Rosa Cooking

A la lace for fondant

I don't have real molds_ extruders similar for making all decorations for fondant cakes, gum paste, so this is a "manage" version, I'm mostly satisfied with the result, now I'm throwing myself into making new molds

Preparation steps

  • so, prepare the remnants of the gumpasta and something that will be used for imprinting in this case of mine is the rest of the hair band :) plastic part that I of course washed and disinfected before use
  • roll out the rubber (not thin) and press the pattern into it, then lightly separate the sample, if you need to make holes with a scalpel, etc .; leave day two to dry well and here you have a mold to call some kind of lace. That was the first attempt and here it worked is
  • a la lace



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