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Basic Decorating Technique

Covering the Cake
Rolled Fondant

How do you cover a cake with fondant that's perfectly smooth, without wrinkles or air bubbles? The flexibility of fondant is your secret weapon.

Just follow the instructions for the right ways to knead, roll out and lift the fondant, and you will find that covering a cake is easy.


1. Prepare cake by lightly covering with buttercream icing.


2. Before rolling out fondant,
knead it until it is a workable consistency.
If fondant is sticky, knead in a little confectioner's sugar. Lightly dust your smooth work surface and your rolling pin with confectioner's sugar (white powdered sugar to prevent sticking. Roll out fondant sized to your cake. To keep fondant from sticking, lift and move as you roll. Add more confectioner's sugar if needed.


3. Gently lift fondant over rolling pin and position on cake.


4. Shape fondant to sides of cake with Easy-Glide Smoother.
We recommend using the Smoother because the pressure of your hands may leave impressions on the fondant.Use the straight edge of the Smoother to mark fondant at the base of cake. Trim off excess fondant using a spatula or sharp knife.


5. Smooth and shape fondant on cake using Easy-Glide Smoother. Beginning in the middle of the cake top, move the Smoother outward and down the sides to smooth and shape fondant to the cake and remove air bubbles. If an air bubble appears, insert a pin on an angle, release air and smooth the area again.


Your cake is now ready to decorate.

Easy-Glide<br>Fondant Smoother<br>Works like a charm!

This is an essential can't-live-without tool for shaping and smoothing rolled fondant. 6 1/4 inches long x 3 1/4 inches wide. White only.


Other Fondant Tools
to make it even easier
to use fondant

Cutter-Embosser<br>Useful Tool<br>for Rolled Fondant Rolling Pin<br>Use with Fondants<br>Oh so easy! Fondant Flower Tool Set<br>5 Tools to use for detail


Ready-to-Use White Fondant
(can be tinted to any colors or used as white)
Variation for coloring white fondant: Decorate with Edible Brush On Paints.

Rolled Fondant<br>PURE WHITE<br>Ready-To-Use (24 oz.)http://thepartyworks.com/product_info.php/cPath/3_431/products_id/3452

Ready-to-Use Already Colored Fondant:
Neon Colors, Pastel Colors, Primary Colors

Rolled Fondant<br>NEON COLORS<br>Ready-To-Use (17.6 oz.) Rolled Fondant<br>PASTEL COLORS<br>Ready-To-Use (17.6 oz.) Rolled Fondant<br>PRIMARY COLORS<br>Ready-To-Use (17.6 oz.)
Celebrate with Fondant
This book is filled with exciting, colorful cakes for children's birthdays, family birthdays, bridal and baby showers, weddings and more. Photos of finished cakes, instructions and there is a step-by-step technique section.

Celebrate with Fondant<br>Photos & Instructions<br>FABULOUS!http://thepartyworks.com/product_info.php/cPath/3_431/products_id/4024
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