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Covering a dummy in fondant (with sharp corners) - video

Hi all,

Here’s a tutorial I filmed not too long ago. Hope you find it useful :)
best wishes

Sawsen

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The Rosehip Bakery

Thank you!

Rebekah Naomi Cake Design

the exact way I do it too :-)
great vid Sawsen.

Cakemummy

Thanks xx

Fancy Favours & Edible Art (Sawsen)

You’re welcome all <3 Rebekah good to know! Seems like the most logical way to me but I wasn’t sure who else would agree! Xx

Elli Warren

Brilliant!! You made it look so easy!!! Thank you so much!! :-) x

AWG Hobby Cakes

thanks xx

Fancy Favours & Edible Art (Sawsen)

you’re welcome! lol Elli don’t jinx me, I tried a double barrel the other day and kept tearing the fondant lol xx

SugarMagicCakes (Christine)

Thanks Sawsen!

June ("Clarky's Cakes")

Just how I do mine, except I use piping gel on my dummy instead if shortening.

Fancy Favours & Edible Art (Sawsen)

My pleasure :) June there’s a clever idea! Never thought of using that! Xx

June ("Clarky's Cakes")

I tried shortening Sawsen, but found my fondant didn’t “stick” in place. Piping gel holds the fondant, but it’s still not so sticky you can’t reposition your fondant.

CAKE RAGA

Thank u !

Toni (White Crafty Cakes)

Great tutorial Sawsen! Thank you for sharing it!

Calli Creations

Thank you lovely Sawsen xx

Fancy Favours & Edible Art (Sawsen)

Good to know June! 💖💖 my pleasure all xx