Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Chunggington For Baby Jaren & Daddy Adrian

8 comments:

Blessed Homemaker said...

Good job on your fondant again. I failed hahaha

Honey boy said...

Blessedhomemaker,

Why fail my dear? What went wrong??
(if you don't mind to share) see if I can help.

hanushi said...

Yours are so pretty! I don't dare to touch on fondant yet. :S

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that looks nice, very cute. :D


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Blessed Homemaker said...

I did MMF, too soft.

Do I need to use the rolling pin for fondant? Or can I just use my wooden one and roll the fondant in between plastic sheets?

Honey boy said...

BH,
MMF? Yes, it is a must to use rolling pin that meant for fondant use. The wooden ones are not quite hygienic though. If roll in between plastic sheets you will find it very messy and the sheet will not give the fondant a smooth finishing.

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