I know you don't need me to tell you HOW GREAT "THE MAT" is!!! I just used it and I Love It probably as much as everyone else does!!! I had been thinking that someone should invent a way to help with the application of fondant. Didn't realize that your product was already out there. So glad I found it and YOUR Video is also perfect and correct! I had to try and see if I could hold up the mat with the fondant on it too!! It makes me think...."Why didn't I think of that"!! lol I started to shy away from covering my cakes with fondant but now "The Mat" has given me the confidence I needed! Love the way and how easily it worked! So happy :)
Thanks again and Happy Valentine's Day!
Ready-to-use Gum Paste Directions: Knead in hands to get desired consistency for making ruffles, frills or moulding shapes and figures. For best results use a stick-free roller. Roll paper-thin prior to using desired cutters. This is a softer gum paste, great for modeling figures. Use Tylose if faster dry time or firmer result is required. Shelf Life: 12 months. Net Weight: 1 pound.
The easy way to make gumpaste. Just add water. Directions: 1 cup gum paste mix and 1 tablespoon hot water. Blend 1/2 of the mix and the water in a small lightly greased bowl. Stir in balance of the mix. Mix and form into a ball. Grease lightly and wrap in plastic. Let stand 24 hours. Change the amount of water or mix to get the desired consistency. Shelf Life: 1 year if kept in cool, low humidity environment. Note: This product is prepared and packaged using machines that may come into contact with wheat/gluten, eggs, dairy or dairy products, peanuts, soy, tree nuts.
Net Weight: 16 oz. (453.6g)
Gum paste is a ready to use sculpting paste sugar used to make decorative pieces such as flowers, leaves, ruffles, character figures and other edible decorations. Modeled pieces will set hard and keep their shape
Add to fondant to create an easy to work with gumpaste. Can be used in place of gum tragacanth and CMC. Added to fondant, it adds elasticity and decreases drying time. Use approximately 1 tsp to 6oz fondant. More or less can be used depending on your needs for slower modeling or quicker, firmer drying. Net Weight: 2 oz