Sugarcraft: Materials , Techniques etc #4: Cold Porcelain Recipe

This recipe is’t mine, but it pretty much reflects most of what’s out there for basic Cold Porcelain. I did my own vid as I wanted to try out easy to find UK ingredients and add ‘troubleshooting’ bit at the end. The result is consistent and CP is perfectly fine to work with , although , as vid shows, it’s marginally more fragile than Modena. The cost works out to be under £3.00 for the amount you would pay around £9.00 plus the postage.


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Christina Wallis

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gail ...

cant wait to try it .

Fifi's Cakes ...

beautiful, thank you for the video x

CAKELOSOPHY ...

Thank you, guys. Sangeeta Shah, recipe creator, left some pointers of Facebook page ‘Flower Artists Worldwide’ , if you’re interested. High Tack glue is important, glycerine adds to elasticity, that kind of thing.

Elli Warren ...

Brilliant! Thank you for sharing!! :-) x

Clara ...

Thank you for sharing, Christina!

CAKELOSOPHY ...

Thanks Clara & Elli !

Donna22 ...

Ty was interesting to watch

Calli Creations ...

Thanks so much for sharing Christina !!

CAKELOSOPHY ...

THANK YOU SO MUCH for including this tutorial in WEEKLY BRIEF ! :) :) :)

Sandra Smiley ...

Thank you so much for sharing this tutorial!

CAKELOSOPHY ...

You’re welcome Sandra & Donna, I’m still on a look out for a completely brilliant recipe, as this has a limitation of not being 100% flexible and a very slight risk of breakage, neither of which affect the ease of work or how the final product looks, but it is till annoying me, and I’m sure many others, who love to work with CP , but find it hard and expensive to access!