I have been doing cakes for 25 years and have always steered away from fondant, but I just had a bride insist on it and as I was searching youtube
I came across your video about the mat. I knew it would work because this is how I always made my pie crusts so I ordered the mat immediately. Needless to say it was a complete success. The cake was flawless! I am sending an attachment to share. Plus I used about 1/2 of the fondant that Wilton said was needed which saved me $$$ and made to overall texture of the cake more pleasant to eat!
If you use one special dust all the time (like super pearl), you will love this pump brush. It makes dusting cakes and decorations so easy and will literally pay for itself over time because you'll use far less dust as this brush prevents waste. In addition, you'll get a much more even (not so splotchy) look to the cake. Now try this new and improved version with the brush sleeve that makes capping and storing even easier.
Fondx is a great tasting, easy to work with fondant. It accepts color nicely using either gel paste or dust colors. It also paints well with dust and airbrush colors. Add tylose to create an easy to work with gum paste.
Satin Ice products a satin-smooth elegant finish to all your cakes. It may also be used as a modeling paste to create decorative pieces; it is the ideal cake covering for wedding, novelty and special-occasion cakes.
This is another one of Kathy's Favorites! Take your leaves from dull to realistic in a snap! Create beautiful leaves using this mold with rolled fondant, modeling chocolate, gumpaste and even pulled sugar! Size: 3" x 2". Instructions included. Kathy's Tip: Cut leaves of various sizes, press, and dry in natural (not flat) shapes. You can keep them for months in a container, and then paint them for what you need them for - gold or silver for an anniversary, assorted Fall colors, or a bright Spring green.