03 May. 1986|
How to make a park bench out of fondant,scrap wood furniture nz,wood hi fi racks - Plans Download
Garden beds with fondant gardening tools, vegies, and crushed up chocolate ripple biscuits for the dirt. A belated tutorial for you today about making a fondant garden – just in time for Spring!
For the cauliflower, mix in some ivory colouring to your white fondant and roll out some balls.
For the gardening tools, roll out two circles of white and two thin sausages of red for the handles.
This part will test your patience!
When rolling out your fondant, make sure you lift it slightly and turn every time you roll it to stop it from sticking to the bench.
Once you have rolled it out enough to cover your cake, gently place it over the centre of your cake and slowly lay it down to cover it. Strain the cooled liquid ingredients in to the powdered sugar and mix by hand until just combined.
Add half of the remaining icing sugar (sifted), and mix together very slowly with a dough hook on your electric mixer
Continue to add the rest of the powdered sugar (sifted), once cup at a time until the fondant comes together and resembles a soft ball. Using a fondant smoother or spatula, gently start flattening out the top of the cake before smoothing down the sides of the cake.
The combination of the two will stop the fondant from sticking to your bench.
When you are ready to use your fondant, remove it from the pantry and divide it into portions so that it is easier to knead.
Repeat the process until you get your fondant to a soft and smooth consistency where you can knead it.