I Love sugar veil don’t get to use it much but I did on my corset cake using the Rose mantilla mat
To get the black lace i had to add alot of black powedered colour, I haven’t seen it used a lot in NZ but only been avaliable 6 months
bootiful cakes has a tutorial posted here. It’s from a couple of weeks ago, just go to tutorials & in the search bar type in her name or “sugar veil”. It doesn’t look like a tutorial at first, but if you scroll down just a bit there are very detailed pictures to go with the instructions. I also love the look but don’t use because I don’t sell my cakes & it would be too costly.
this really the only time I have tried it.. it was my first time and it was in really humid conditions, so it flopped. I intend to do it again though… Jo’s of Ciccio looks amazing!!!
its veyr expensive though, but do love the effects. I use the mat and make pseudo sugarVeil now by pressing icing in and dusting the embossed area with pearlescent… like this…
It is too expensive here and it is not something I would like to invest in for the time being… This being said, I love the look, it is so versatile and with your experience, I see you use it in so many ways!!!
I used it couple of times. It depends on the humidity a lot so sometimes Ijust use small pieces on the cakes – like for my Lilly of valley. I would not say it is popular in my area, but it looks really good.